Dungeons And Dragons Reveals New And Expanded Rulebook
Wizards of the Coast made exciting announcements for Dungeons and Dragons. In addition to a celebration event taking place this Fall, D&D revealed a brand new “magical mixture of rules options” called Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything by the great wizard Tasha herself. The manual covers expanded subclasses, additional character options, magic tattoos, artifacts, puzzles, and more.
According to Dungeons and Dragons, “The wizard Tasha, whose great works include the spell Tasha’s hideous laughter, has gathered bits and bobs of precious lore during her illustrious career as an adventurer. Her enemies wouldn’t want these treasured secrets scattered across the multiverse, so in defiance, she has collected and codified these tidbits for the enrichment of all.”
Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything hardcover version will be be available for purchase on November 17th for $49.95. Check your local comic book store or mosey on over to Amazon to pre-order! Here’s a summary of what the book includes:
Dungeons and Dragons: Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything Features
- Expanded Subclasses: Try out subclass options for every Dungeons & Dragons class, including the artificer, which appears in the book.
- More Character Options: Delve into a collection of new class features and new feats, and customize your character’s origin using straightforward rules for modifying a character’s racial traits.
- Introducing Group Patrons: Whether you’re part of the same criminal syndicate or working for an ancient dragon, each group patron option comes with its own perks and types of assignments.
- Spells, Artifacts, and Magic Tattoos: Discover more spells, as well as magic tattoos, artifacts, and other magic items for your campaign.
- Expanded Rule Options: Try out rules for sidekicks, supernatural environments, natural hazards, and parleying with monsters, and gain guidance on running a session zero.
- A Plethora of Puzzles: Ready to be dropped into any D&D adventure, puzzles of varied difficulty await your adventurers, complete with traps and guidance on using the puzzles in a campaign.
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