Rilmani

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Rilmani
Characteristics
Alignment True Neutral
Type Outsider
Image Wizards.com image
Publication history
Source books 3rd Edition Fiend Folio, Planescape Appendix 2

In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game game, rilmani are the exemplar race of the Concordant Domain of the Outlands.

Publication history[edit]

The abiorach rilmani, the argenach rilmani, the aurumach rilmani, the cuprilach rilmani, the ferrumach rilmani, and the plumach rilmani appeared in second edition for the Planescape setting in Planescape Monstrous Compendium Appendix II (1995).[1]

The aurumach rilmani, the cuprilach rilmani, and the ferrumach rilmani appeared in the third edition Fiend Folio (2003).[2]

Description[edit]

These outsiders represent true neutrality and focus on maintaining a balance throughout the multiverse.

They are the only beings (aside from major deities) completely unhindered on the second level of magic cancellation near the Spire.

Types of Rilmani[edit]

Rilmani names are based on the alchemical sequence of metals. There is room for a seventh rilmani (stanach?) based on tin (stannum)

  • Aurumach: (aurum, gold) The most powerful rilmani and the de facto leaders of the race.
  • Abiorach: (a- bio: no life, maybe mercury) Agents that watch over the various elemental planes.
  • Argenach: (argentum, silver) Maintain the Balance, particularly on the Material Plane.
  • Cuprilach: (cuprum, copper) The spies and assassins of the rilmani.
  • Ferrumach: (ferrum, iron) The countless minions of the rilmani.
  • Plumach: (plumbum, lead) The common citizen of the Outlands, they are least powerful of the rilmani. They are a craft-oriented people, and are hard workers.

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