In our fourth WotC official review we take a look at the newest book, Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage. If you’re like me, you’re incredibly curious as to what is useful inside this gargantuan, tightly packed book. Situated as an adventure from 5th to 20th level, it has an incredible gap to fill. With the release of Dragon Heist not that long ago, will Waterdeep still hold the attention of gamers for several more months?
Let’s look at the introduction, skim through 289 dense pages of dungeon, as well as my recommendations for how to best utilize this monster of a book.
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In our third WotC official review we take a look at the brand new book Waterdeep: Dragon Heist. There are some misconceptions about the usefulness of this book – being it is an adventure from 1st to 5th level. But what if I told you that there is more to use in this book than any other Wizards of the Coast adventure to-date? Want me to prove it to you? Keep reading.
We’ll pick apart the introduction and chapters 1 and 2, as well as an overview of chapters 3+ and the appendices.
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City of Mist is a TTRPG that puts PbtA on its head and sets you front and center in a Modern City filled with average people empowered by all the legends of history – from Hercules to Czernobog, from Bloody Mary to Slenderman. Want to play as the modern god-like embodiment of the Cheshire Cat? This RPG might be for you.
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In our second ever WotC official review we take a look at the brand new book Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes. Most people know a few things about this book by now: “It’s got plane stuff in it” being chief among them. Who is this book for? What will you find useful between the covers? Well, let’s take a close look; after all, only you can decide if its worth your precious monies.
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