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Sights and Sounds of Ravnica


Ravnica: The City That Never Sleeps

Ravnica is a vibrant and diverse city, filled with the absolute wonder, near-constant rivalry, and unique challenge that comes from the ten Guilds packed together on a single set of labyrinthine streets. As your players race around this wonderful city, you’ve got to make sure that they’re always looking around corners to find something new and exciting! Give them some fantastic Sights and Sounds of Ravnica to see!

My hope in writing this little guide to Ravnica is simply to help flesh out the world. Maybe your players just want to see what the Simic are up to in the middle of their battles against the Cult of Rakdos. Or maybe your team of Boros Guards need to a few quick patrols before they get into the heart of your adventure. Either way, with this book and a quick roll of the dice, you should have plenty of events to get fill your city with some serious Ravnican delights.

Author Richard Malena–Webber is an academic, puzzle and game designer, and presenter. He's designed puzzles for everything from the launch of the Tomb Raider movie to live interactive crime-solving mysteries. Rich created and hosts Atomic Game Theory, a video series devoted to game analysis, and he created the Puzzle Keyring, an educational decryption tool for codes and ciphers. In addition to developing his own projects, he's contributed to RPGs and board games like Betrayal at the House On The Hill: Widow's Walk and Phoenix: Dawn Command. Currently you can find Rich co-hosting the tabletop news podcast Going Last and the RPG actual play podcast Gosh Darn Fiasco, teaching math to high school students, and playing lots and lots of board games.

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Matthew G September 20, 2019 4:28 am UTC
This sounds fun. I really wish you would do one for Forgotten realms...
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This title was added to our catalog on December 18, 2018.