Dual-Type D&D Monsters

The Nerdd

Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition loves categorizing aspects of itself, especially in the new OneD&D Playtest, as they are categorizing the classes into groups (like Expert Classes). This makes it so that a spell, feature, or some other rule can affect an entire group of similar creatures, and they don’t have to list them all out. A spell like Turn Undead can affect every creature in the Undead category.

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There are 14 categories, with each creature in only one:

  • Aberration
  • Beast
  • Celestial
  • Construct
  • Dragon
  • Elemental
  • Fey
  • Fiend
  • Giant
  • Humanoid
  • Monstrosity
  • Ooze
  • Plant
  • Undead

Last week, @SpicyEncounters on Twitter tweeted this:

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