In what might be one of the most dense collections of content, encounters, and story from Wizards of the Coast for fifth edition, Out of the Abyss takes players into the rich depths of the Underdark. An adventure that spans a massive region and huge amounts of in-game time, it is a challenge of epicContinue reading “Out of the Abyss ADVENTURE REVIEW”
Fetch Phillips became a favorite character of mine after reading The Last Smile in Sunder City, and Luke Arnold’s craft at storytelling meant that I have been recommending his books ever since. When I picked up Dead Man in a Ditch, I was excited for the return to the fantasy noir genre, which always promisesContinue reading “Dead Man in a Ditch BOOK REVIEW”
Heath stood idly patting his mare in the cool morning air as he waited outside the guildhall. The gates were open, and scattered in the courtyard and in the street the members of Guild #237 set about preparing themselves for their journey. Even as the morning sun broke the horizon and began to warm theContinue reading “Chapter 22: The Apex”
Contains spoilers for The Shadow of the Gods. The sequel to what quickly became my favorite new read of 2022, The Hunger of the Gods continues the legacy of the Bloodsworn Saga with its fantastic cast of characters set in the Battle-Plain in a story influenced and inspired by Norse sagas and mythology. After Lik-RifaContinue reading “The Hunger of the Gods, The Bloodsworn Saga 2 BOOK REVIEW”
Ranging across the Sword Coast, Storm King’s Thunder is a dangerous, challenging adventure that pits players against terrible foes and cunning villains set against the backdrop of Faerun’s wide and diverse landscape. In a book that is one part campaign sourcebook and another part adventure, Storm King’s Thunder is everything a Dungeon Master in theContinue reading “Storm King’s Thunder ADVENTURE REVIEW”
As surprising as it may seem, the thing that made The Shadow of the Gods first catch my eye was the cover art. Scrolling through social media and it was enough to make me look a little deeper. I then learned about John Gwynne as an author and read the synopsis for the book, andContinue reading “The Shadow of the Gods, The Bloodsworn Saga 1 BOOK REVIEW”
In the first D&D Direct, hosted by B. Dave Walters and Anna Prosser, Wizards of the Coast announced a slew of their upcoming projects, from new settings, books, video games, and more. Here is our recap of everything covered in this year’s D&D Direct and what is coming next for Dungeons and Dragons. Spelljammer ConfirmedContinue reading “D&D Direct Recap”
During the D&D Celebration in September of 2021, Wizards of the Coast announced their Rules Expansion Gift Set. It would include Xanathar’s Guide to Everything and Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything along with the new Mordenkainen Presents: Monsters of the Multiverse bestiary. Monsters of the Multiverse was presented as combining and updating the game statistics forContinue reading “Rules Expansion Set with Monsters of the Multiverse BUNDLE REVIEW”
By the time they rode through the gates of Aleria, Heath was sore and in a dark mood. A single night’s sleep had done little more than dull the edge of his coiled irritation. Mercifully, Victra had held off on her usual biting banter, recognizing the darkness that had been creeping in the peripheries ofContinue reading “Chapter 21: The Hunting Party”
In the longest and potentially most vibrant work of Sarah J. Maas’ I have read, A Court of Silver Flames bursts with color and emotion from the first pages. Returning to the land of Prythian is familiar, but in stepping away from the similarly familiar perspectives of Feyre and Rhysand, the story takes a differentContinue reading “A Court of Silver Flames, ACOTAR 4 BOOK REVIEW”
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