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Domains of Delight (5e)


All proceeds from Domains of Delight go to non-profit Extra Life, an online grassroots movement working to save sick and injured kids through the power of play.

Domains of Delight are to the Feywild what Domains of Dread are to the Shadowfell: sequestered realms governed by powerful beings. Whereas a Domain of Dread is ruled by a Darklord, a Domain of Delight is ruled by an archfey—the most powerful of Fey creatures. An archfey gives form to their Domain of Delight, shaping it in ways unique to their personality. Some Domains of Delight are bright and cheery, while others are gloomy, but each one reflects the emotional state of its ruler. A Domain of Delight can be as small as a few acres or as big as a country.

This accessory helps you create Domains of Delight and the archfey who rule them, building on the information about the Feywild that appears in the Dungeon Master’s Guide. The ideas, tips, and tables in this chapter are meant to spark your imagination. Use what excites and intrigues you, discard what doesn’t, and make up the rest!

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Ian V October 13, 2021 9:51 am UTC
I'm really starting to wonder if Hasbro is trying to put something over on their stockholders by customer manipulation (artificially drive the stock price down so insiders can buy more stock cheaply). How do you keep your customers happy? Not by doing what Wizards of the Coast did with this product. So, instead of including the rules in the book, you mention this product on a picture in the book (page 131). Then, to add insult to injury, you only offer it as a PDF and not as a POD. I bought the book because I wanted a hard copy. But now I CAN'T get a professional quality hard copy of the actual rules. This is either blatant customer manipulation, or complete incompetence.
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Ian V October 15, 2021 11:46 pm UTC
Sorry, I should clear up the above review. Domains of Delight is a necessary supplement to D&D 5e The Wild Beyond The Witchlight. Well, necessary if you actually want to create some domains yourself. And half of the product is specifically designed as extra info for The Wild Beyond The Witchlight. It should have been included in the hard copy of The Wild Beyond The Witchlight but for some unfathomable reason it wasn't. As I mentioned above, this is either incompetence, or in hindsight, probably a pathetic desire to look "good" while actually being just greedy. Cutting down on the page size of The Wild Beyond The Witchlight gives them more profit. Having Domains of Delight be used for charity gives them the veneer of caring, without doing any work. You know what, Wizards, if you actually cared you would have included this product in the actual book where it belonged and then donated a percentage of the book price to the charity itself. But that would have cut into your own profits, eh? So...See more
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Ander T October 13, 2021 4:17 am UTC
Is there a print friendly version of this included in the purchase? I don't enjoy trying to flip through PDFs, but I also don't enjoy trying to print dozens of pages of full-bleed artwork at home.
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Ander T October 14, 2021 3:04 am UTC
I purchased this. To answer my question: No, there is not a print friendly version. It's all full color background and *large* full color art.
It should give me a starting point to develop some feywild adventure for Adventurers League, but it's a very rough sketch. The last line of the product description is "...make up the rest!" Yep.
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Daniel C October 11, 2021 4:45 pm UTC
It upsets me to buy this... upsets me greatly. Buying this makes me part of the problem :(
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Theo P October 11, 2021 5:47 am UTC
It seems disingenuous of WotC to:
Firstly, remove this from published material (I know WBtWL is an adventure module, but if you're not planning a full-on book for the feywild itself it makes sense to keep it together. If there is additional content to be published on the feywild in future... then this is being unnecessarily "commercial"); and
Secondly, 'proceeds for charity' will be offset against WotC's tax dollars.

Buy the product if you wish, but I feel it's disproportionate to pay $8 for content that was slated for an original release book, that was excluded on the basis of "not fitting" and has been leveraged to increase WotC's social capital and offset tax...
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Ian V October 15, 2021 11:49 pm UTC
Well said!
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Craig D October 01, 2021 8:31 am UTC
This is great. Would love to be able to buy it on DDB as well.
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L. N September 29, 2021 7:59 pm UTC
I like the fact that they are raising money for charity, but I don't like the fact this was removed from the book, advertised in the book it was removed from and because of that also not on roll20. If they wanted to raise money for charity I better way would have been to put this in the book and give a percentage to the charity from it. That would put less of a bad taste in my mouth. Especially as I can see this being done in the future.

Maybe as exclusive content for their own VTT product they are hoping to roll out?

This is exactly the sort of thing I was wanting to see in the actual adventure. Very disappointed by this ploy.
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Ryan F September 29, 2021 4:51 pm UTC
I find it pretty frustrating that the content I actually wanted from Wild Beyond the Witchlight was 1. removed, 2. sold separately "for charity" and 3. not available on D&D beyond (though I'm sure at some point I'll have the option of giving D&D money again.

Just another amateurish product role out.
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Paul D September 28, 2021 5:50 pm UTC
Are Chwingas in this in any form? I love Chwingas.
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Elise C September 25, 2021 7:50 pm UTC
The writing is excellent and really brings the Feywild to life and has already sparked some fey inspiration and ideas. This is a great tool for DM's interested in building their own Feywild domains of delight or archfey. There are some cool DM tools for adding flavor to your Feywild campaign such as whimsy weather patterns, fun fey character quirks, and the ins and outs of tricky fey contracts. The art and layout are beautiful and 100% interested in a softcover printing of this supplement to add to my D&D book collection!
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Aaron M September 25, 2021 2:18 am UTC
There is a smaller version now, as of two days later. It is optional. Don't purchase if you do not like or want it. This was an effort to boost the younger and newer designers. If you do not already own the main module, the repeated content is extra added value, not an extra revenue stream for WoTC. Most of the money grab would stem from the artwork and such. This is not an uncommon practice. Look at all the community-made adventures. WoTC decided to promote this as they did with the Tortle and the One Grung above content. Maybe the timing was not right, or they had to split the charity sales to account for the taxes? Who knows. The intent of this supplement has and was mentioned the day of the official release...

"The supplement also contains reprints of appendices from The Wild Beyond the Witchlight for players to print out and use instead of writing or tearing out pages in their adventure book." You can purchase Domains of Delight today on the DMs Guild for $8.00."
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C. G September 23, 2021 3:57 am UTC
Feels insulting that they have published this right after the wild beyond the witchlight, the content of these pages should be in that book. Like seriously, if they so wanted to do it for charity, release something different. I don't mind where the proceeds are going, I am talking about the content of this material.
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William K September 22, 2021 5:41 pm UTC
This has some good information and quality but wasting practically the last 4th of the pages on content some of us have already purchased that was copy pasted from WBtW is kinda lame
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Ander T October 14, 2021 3:08 am UTC
My problem was the opposite: I wish they had copy/pasted *more* of WBW into this document to make it an independent tool. Monster stat blocks would have been useful, and wouldn't cost anything to duplicate.
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Otto V September 22, 2021 3:55 pm UTC
For that price and the neat Arch Fey content, I wish WotC D&D would have included the character options. With their past earnings, they could slap it in there.
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Josh S September 22, 2021 1:02 pm UTC
I would love to see a print on demand option for this.
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Ander T October 14, 2021 3:05 am UTC
I would love to see a print on demand version if there were enough pages for it to be worth printing.
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