New Dungeons & Dragons Supplement Takes A Deep Dive Into Inns And Taverns
Dungeons & Dragons tends to have a few constant things going between campaigns, from dragon-slaying escapades to stealing things from npcs to trying to get frisky with the local shop owners (you know who you are). One other constant is the ever-present sanctuary that is the local inn or tavern, where players can go to take a load off, plan their next move, and acquire information while downing some delicious frothy beverages. Now, Dungeon Masters and players alike can expand their knowledge of inns & taverns with a brand new D&D supplement.
A new Dungeons & Dragons supplement has made its way to the Dungeon Masters Guild website, where it is now available for purchase for $9.95. The purchasable 89-page PDF comes chock full of information on services, recipes, NPCs, and more all designed to help world builders create numerous, vastly different establishments that revolve around the providing of food and drink to the weary traveler. Here’s the official breakdown of the supplement:
“This PDF is a one-stop gastronomic and relaxation resource for DMs and Players alike. Explore 9 unique location-agnostic businesses, each one offering a different suite of services, amenities, NPCs, food, lodging, and drink for your 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons campaign. Pour over 10 full pages of charts and prompts to build your own establishment, complete with pricing and descriptions. Take a look at 4 unique planar locations written by Loren Peterson of the Nerds on a Roll podcast. Enjoy 56 unique alcoholic beverages made to fit in almost any setting, complete with rare ingredients, prices, and rare effects. Finally, entice your players with a suite of 12 unique magic items, for when the promise of food and drink is not enough!”
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