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Customer Newsletter for 03/24/2020

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Free PDF of the Week

Free weekly productConnection To All - New Warlock Patron
by Scott Borland

"Remember that you are never alone. Everyone is connected. You just need to find the key to their heart..."

In this supplement, you learn to bind with not a being, but a concept. The concept that the universe is not bound together by one entity, but by the connections we make with everyone we know. Pulling inspiration from close friends, Connection To All - New Warlock Patron shows you how you can gain power from that connection.

Remember that no matter how dark of a hole you fall into, there is someone who has been in that same hole who can at least relate if not help. The greatest power we have is with each other.

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Notes from Lysa's Desk

Well met, readers! How is everyone holding up? As we all stay safe and keep healthy, meeting with your D&D party for online play is a great option to stay connected with friends and family. There are tons of articles floating around right now - like here and here - with tips no how to get started playing virtual D&D and more tabletop RPGs.

Plus, our friends at Astral TableTop are making their virtual tabletop premium features available for freeeeee through April. Jump online and start gaming!

Play Solo or Duet Dungeons & Dragons

If connecting with others online isn't an option for you, or schedules just aren't meshing, you can still enjoy some Dungeons & Dragons by yourself or with one other person! This is called "solo" or "duet" D&D.

We posted a Twitter thread with a bunch of recommendations for these genres. Read the thread for a bunch of titles, or check out "First Blush" (duet) or 5e Solo Gamebooks.

New Hardcover Books!!!

Only select books join our library of softcover/hardcover books, printed on demand in stunning quality, so it's always exciting when we add something new... and today I have TWO for you.

Ulraunt's Guide to the Planes: Acheron details this harsh plane of CUBES with character options, creature stats, deities, and much more. Check out the product page for tons of previews frmo this 300+ page tome.

Meanwhile, Book of Seasons: Equinoxes brings you 20 original adventures based around Spring and Autumn themes. The art inside is gorgeous, and the adventures are varied and creative. This hefty anthology includes multiple new monsters, NPCs, magical items, and more.

Lysa Penrose
DMsGuild Brand Manager

Featured PDFs: Nefarious NPCs and Super Sidekicks

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MAGIC: Eladrin Edition
by Zac Goins


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The Wayfinder Foundation's Register of Extraordinary Individuals
by Sven Truckenbrodt


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Wanted: Dead or Alive - A Collection of Dastardly Criminals for Fifth Edition Dungeons & Dragons
by Adam HancockAnne GregersenBrittney HayBryan HolmesJustice ArmanMark Staun PoulsenSteve "Jaspor" Orr, & Vall Syrene


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Pick of the Week

Pick of the WeekThe Compendium of Written Works: Faerûn
by Robyn NixSteve FidlerAshton Duncan, & Lydia Van Hoy

The Compendium of Written Works: Faerûn

Do your players' characters like to read books? Is finding a library to do monster research something that occurs frequently in your games? Is there a character in your world who just wants to gobble up all the written knowledge that they possibly can? Do you just like books? If so, then this supplement is for you!

What's Inside?

This compendium features downtime rules guidance and over 60 books (or other written works) for Dungeon Masters to use as rewards for knowledge-seeking players.

Each book listing is complete with a dowtime reading time and a mechanical completion benefit to convey that the character has learned something from reading the book. These benefits range from damage bonuses to skill gains, and more!

Every book presented in this Compendium can easily be used in any campaign set in Faerûn, and all can easily work in other campaign settings with a simple title change to fit your campaign setting. You can adapt any of the written works' benefits as needed. Several tables are included in this supplement to aid Dungeon Masters in creating custom books as well.

Included in this supplement is a section with information about different types of libraries for use in your games, as well as descriptions of some of the most famous libraries in Faerûn.

Lastly, every book offered in this supplement is included in a printer friendly handout sheet at the end of the supplement, as well as blank handout cards for custom books that a Dungeon Master invents for their games!


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