Chan (Dungeons & Dragons)

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Chan
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Title(s) Princess of Good Aerial Creatures, The Silent One, Glorious Zephyr
Home plane Elemental Plane of Air
Power level Archomental
Alignment Neutral Good
Portfolio Good-Aligned Air Elementals and Air Creatures
Domains Air, Good, Meditation
Design details

Chan is an archomental in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game.

Publication history[edit]

Chan first appeared with the good archomentals in the second edition book Planescape Monstrous Compendium Appendix III (1998).[1]

Chan appeared with the good archomentals in the third edition in Dragon #353 (March 2007).[2]

Description[edit]

Chan is an Archomental, the Elemental Princess of Good Air. She is an invisible entity of softly churning air. Though master of calm breezes and gentle sounds, she can rage like a harsh wind or even a violent tornado when she must. She resides on the Elemental Plane of Air, within her floating citadel, the Palace of Unseen Contemplation, where good air elementals, air mephits, djinn, invisible stalkers, air monoliths, sylphs, arrowhawks, air weirds, spirits of the air, ki-rin, hollyphants, shedu, senmurvs, aarakocra, avariel, cloud giants, giant eagles, air genasi, and pegasi revere her. The majority of her worshippers on the Prime Material Plane among the humanoid races tend to be air elemental savants, bonded summoners, druids, good-aligned monks, skylords, skypledged, and air shugenjas.

Relationships[edit]

Chan is the greatest foe of Yan-C-Bin.

The Princess of Good Aerial Creatures maintains friendships with Talisid and his Five Companions, Koriel of the Ki-Rin, Syranita of the Aarakocra, and Aerdrie Faenya of the Avariel.

Lissa'aere the Noxious considers Chan to be her enemy.

Realm[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cook, Monte. Monstrous Compendium Planescape Compendium III (TSR, 1998)
  2. ^ Jansing, Eric, and Kevin Baase. "Princes of Elemental Good: The Archomentals, Part II." Dragon #353. Bellevue, WA: Paizo Publishing, 2007