New Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Sends Players To Hell
If you came here looking for ways to spice up your D&D night, we’ve some exciting news for you. Dungeons & Dragons has announced a brand new adventure geared towards low level players that will take you, of all places, to hell. Called Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus, the book will take adventurers through the questionable street of Avernus, the first of the nine layers of hell, giving players a front row seat to the planes-spanning Blood War.
Written by Chris Perkins, the 256 page adventure is now available for pre-order with a release date of September 17th of this year. The recommended player level range is 1-13, though experienced Dungeon Masters shouldn’t have too many issues retooling stats as needed should more experienced players wish to journey through hell.
Here’s the breakdown of the new Dungeons & Dragons adventure courtesy of D&D Beyond:
“Welcome to Baldur’s Gate, a city of ambition and corruption situated at the crossroads of the Sword Coast. You’ve just started your adventuring career, but already find yourself embroiled in a plot that sprawls from the shadows of Baldur’s Gate to the front lines of the planes-spanning Blood War! Do you have what it takes to turn infernal war machines and nefarious contracts against the archdevil Zariel and her diabolical hordes? And can you ever hope to find your way home safely when pitted against the infinite evils of the Nine Hells?
This purchase unlocks the entire contents of the book version for use with D&D Beyond, including the adventure in digital format and access to all the adventure’s options in the searchable listings, character builder, and digital sheet.”
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