Dungeons & Dragons: Candlekeep Mysteries

One of my favorite things about fifth edition D&D is the new trend of publishing adventure collections in a single book. We’ve seen this in releases like Tales from the Yawning Portal and Ghosts of Saltmarsh. Well, once again Wizards of the Coast has given us a new collection to dig into with the release …
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Dungeons & Dragons: Into the Borderlands (Official Reprint)

This is a post that I’ve been wanting to write for sometime. Now that I’m all caught up on my current D&D releases, this is a good time to take a look at some of the “deep cuts” that are floating around bookstore shelves. In the past, I’ve discussed two third-party D&D books; the Tome …
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Dungeons & Dragons: Tasha’s Cauldon of Everything

Dungeons & Dragons is more popular than ever. As a result, fans are clamoring for more options than what can be found within the covers of the basic Player’s Handbook. Since the release of the 5th Edition of D&D, there’s been a handful of releases that provided a few new options here and there. But …
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Dungeons & Dragons: Icewind Dale – Rime of the Frostmaiden

Icewind Dale; one of the northernmost reaches of the Forgotten Realms. An area famous for being an untamed artic wilderness filled the frightening monsters and undiscovered treasures. It’s an isolated region where only the hardy survive. Its frigid environment makes it the perfect setting for this time of year. So it’s fitting that it is …
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Dungeons & Dragons: Mythic Odysseys of Theros

It’s been a few months since I’ve made a Dungeons & Dragons related post. But I’m back today to discuss one of the latest D&D releases, The Mythic Odysseys of Theros. Now, this is a book that I wasn’t really sure about before I actualyl got my hands on it. The marketing materials that came …
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Dungeons & Dragons: Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount

Man-oh-man! Wizards of the Coast has really been pumping out some major content lately! One my original criticisms with 5th Edition D&D was the fact that seemed destined to ignore all of the other previously published campaign settings and were exclusively focused on the Forgotten Realms.. Thankfully, a few years ago we began to see …
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Dungeons & Dragons: Eberron – Rising from the Last War

Wizards of the Coast is back with another campaign setting book for 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons! And while it’s not the Dragonlance setting I’ve personally been waiting for, it’s still a pretty welcome addition to the 5E family. This time, WotC has returned to Eberron! In case you’re unfamiliar, Eberron is a campaign setting …
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Dungeons & Dragons: Baldur’s Gate – Descent into Avernus

For as long as I’ve been a fan of D&D, one aspect of the game lore has always been a favorite of mine: The Outer Planes. There’s just something about the idea of visiting what are essentially “other dimensions” that I find fascinating. Now, add in the fact that most of the planes are rooted …
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Dungeons & Dragons: Acquisitions Incorporated

Of all the fifth edition D&D products released so far, Acquisitions Incorporated is the first one I considered passing up. Compared to other D&D supplements, this one seems a little odd. You see, while most supplemental material focuses on serious things like new campaign settings and cultures, this one strikes a comical tone and introduces …
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Dungeons & Dragons: Ghosts of Saltmarsh

All has been silent on the D&D front for the last few months. So far in 2019, we’ve only had one real official release, and that was merely a revamp of the 5th Edition Starter Set. The good news is, all of that is about to change. Now that the month of June is upon …
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