New Dungeons & Dragons Supplement Dives Deep Into The World Of Eberron
Just recently, we covered a new Dungeons & Dragons supplement titled Ravnica Revealed: The Guildmaster’s Toolbox. The supplement offers loads of world-building tools for new and veteran DMs alike, and at a price point of $2.99 it can truly elevate your next campaign for the price of a coffee. Now, we’re pivoting over to Eberron with yet another new supplement, though this one has a bit more substance for players looking to trick out their characters with some interesting subclasses.
Called Morgrave Miscellany, the supplement is written by Keith Baker, one of the original creators of Wayfinder’s Guide to Eberron. The 164 page book is chock full of information for those looking to get the most out of an Eberron-based campaign, bringing with it various player options, prestige classes, and more. Here’s the breakdown of what’s available in each chapter:
- Chapter 1 dives into the Eberron lore and player options that realign the prestige classes of Dungeons & Dragons third edition into the archetypes of fifth edition.
- Chapter 2 offers a look into the Eberron’s cultures and background.
- Chapter 3 is designed to offer a few resources and optional rules for players and DM’s telling stories that hold true to the classic elements of a hardboiled, high-stakes, pulp noir setting.
- Chapter 4 presents some suggestions for hooks and 0-level adventuring in Eberron by way of the Gumshoe Chronicles.
“The purpose of this book is to provide you with additional rules and character options that let you delve deeper into the world: new subclasses & races, racial feats, new forms of dragonmarks, and more. It also provides you with the lore you need to build a deeper character and story. While this is presented in a player-focused way, these ideas should inspire DMs, as well as players. Even if no one at your table creates a barbarian or druid character, the information about the Druidic sects of the Eldeen Reaches or the concept of the supersoldier barbarians of House Vadalis could be the seedlings of a story yearning to develop its maturity.”
The new supplement is now available for purchase as a PDF for $14.95. Those looking to purchase it can do so right here.
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