Dungeons & Dragons Is Getting An Adventure Book Collab With Critical Role
Matthew Mercer is undeniably one of the first people that comes to mind when one thinks about Dungeons & Dragons, thanks in no small part to his position as Dungeon Master for the hit D&D series Critical Role. Now, it looks like the bond between Dungeons & Dragons and Critical Role is going even further, as it has been revealed that a Dungeons & Dragons collaboration with Critical Role is on the way that will result in a new adventure book based on season two of the show.
The news comes by way of a new product listing from Amazon called the Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount. For those unaware, Wildemount is the location of Campaign 2 of Critical Role, and as such the book will provide loads of info on the various subclasses, magic items, monsters, spells, and more based on things seen in the show. Here’s the official description of the book courtesy of Amazon:
“A war brews on a continent that has withstood more than its fair share of conflict. The Dwendalian Empire and the Kryn Dynasty are carving up the lands around them, and only the greatest heroes would dare stand between them. Somewhere in the far corners of this war-torn landscape are secrets that could end this conflict and usher in a new age of peace—or burn the world to a cinder.
Create a band of heroes and embark on a journey across the continent of Wildemount, the setting for Campaign 2 of the hit Dungeons & Dragons series Critical Role. Within this book, you’ll find new character options, a heroic chronicle to help you craft your character’s backstory, four different starting adventures, and everything a Dungeon Master needs to breathe life into a Wildemount-based D&D campaign…”
Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount is now available for pre-order and is slated to release on March 17, 2020.
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