Laeral Silverhand’s Explorer’s Kit is a small bundle of goodies for your Dungeons and Dragons campaign. It features a set of really beautiful arctic blue and silver dice, a fancy carrying case and adventure cards of Sword Coast people and places.
Combining the Hoard of the Dragon Queen and Rise of Tiamat modules from 2014 under one new cover with some minor story touchups, Tyranny of Dragons offers classic dragon slaying role-playing where characters can rise from humble beginnings all the way up to level 16, assuming they survive the journey.
The Eberron: Rising from the Last War Campaign setting book takes the mysterious and magical land of Eberron and brings it in line with the new fifth edition Dungeon and Dragons rules. This solid supplement also adds some interesting elements like a patron system and a new crafting-based artificer class.
In this wonderful new boxed set, the crazy comedy of Rick and Morty take on the greatest RPG game ever made, Dungeons and Dragons. This is probably one of the coolest, funniest and most unique takes on the game ever created. And of course, Rick and Morty fans will be in heaven.
Baldur’s Gate Descent into Avernus is one of the most ambitious campaigns ever produced for Dungeons and Dragons. Spanning the realm from that classic city down to the depths of the Nine Hells, this is one hot module for the fifth edition game that players will love.
If you are just getting into playing Dungeons and Dragons, or want to help someone along who is, the new Dungeons & Dragons Essentials Kit has everything they need to play the world’s greatest roleplaying game including dice, basic rules, a starter adventure module and even a DM screen.
The Acquisitions Incorporated supplement for Dungeons and Dragons is packed with the same kind of wacky, over the top corporate humor found in the famous Penny Arcade podcasts and comics of the same name. If you love those, then this is your game.
The Ghosts of Saltmarsh Dungeon and Dragons supplement is one of the most ambitious for Wizards of the Coast, updating classic modules like Danger at Dunwater into fifth edition masterpieces while adding new rules and settings to help launch exciting seafaring adventures.
Michael is covering a famous D&D character’s backstory series in this week’s Book Series Wednesday! He’s talking about The Dark Elf Trilogy by R.A. Salvatore of course!