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Shore of Dreams
by Curse o. S.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/07/2019 16:49:36
Shore of Dreams Shore of Dreams by Florian Emmerich (@PoisonPotPress) & JVCParry (@JVCParry) This truly is a beautiful looking and beautifully crafted adventure full of stories, some true, some not, but all exciting, entertaining and accessible. The first thing that crashes upon your like a mighty wave, stealing your breath, is the spectacular cover art by Raluca Marinescu "Pisca Ahlorsath enthralls Rolen Moonbrook, Chung and the Highbarrel siblings. The writers are not responsible for harsh labor conditions or loss of life." What can I say? This is seriously mind blowing art! Marinescu's interior illustrations are captivating and serve as a perfect reflection of the quality of the adventure. Shore of Dreams This is a 3-6 hour (depending on elements encountered) adventure for 5th-7th level players, which can link to Princess of the Apocalypse, Tomb of Annihilation, or be used in any hoek setting. Essentially, it can take place anywhere a remote island could be found with advice for amendi...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Amarune's Almanac: Forests of the Realms
by Mark S.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/07/2019 12:32:59
Amarune's Almanac: Forests of the Realms This is one of those lore books that 3rd edition pumped out for the Forgotten realms every few months that explored a different part of the world. However this is more generalized on biomes, particularly forests for this first entry. Inside is a ton of lore presented in a journal narrative by a wife and husband duo (more the wife), of whom both have established lore already and are not some OC's by the author. First, after the foreword and introductions (The foreword by FR creator himself, Ed Greenwood), we come to subclasses, for the Druid and Ranger. Druid receives the Circle of the Grove subclass, and frankly I hope at least the Druid gets a subclass in each book, because they would be served as better versions of the circle of the land subclasses, this making a more flavorful Circle of the Forest than the actual PHB subclass does. A mix of moon and land powers from the PHB to start, including creating his own small forest, the grove druid gets a heavy tree and plant theme with...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Baldur's Gate: The Fall of Elturel
by Trevor T.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/07/2019 12:18:19
Baldur's Gate: The Fall of Elturel I am the Dungeon Master for Dungeon Hunters Podcast as well as the Dungeon Master for multiple other DnD sessions of Descent Into Avernus and after reading this supplement I am REALLY excited to run my players through this alternate beginning! It has so much packed into it that it provides everything I need as a Dungeon Master to help create an awesome session to launch my adventuring party right into the thick of Baldur's Gate Descent Into Avernus! I can't wait to see which factions my characters will align with! I am also using this as an alternate opening and having one group of players descend straight into Avernus with Elturel and I CANT WAIT! Pick this up and prepare to lead your players into the Fires of Avernus!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
A Thousand Classes + A Thousand More
by Daniel H.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/07/2019 08:08:35
A Thousand Classes + A Thousand More This is just fantastic! Absolutely loads of outstanding content inside of this book, what I've looked through so far all seems quite well balenced and looks like it will bring a lot of fun to the table. I think my favourite stand out is the School of the Honey Mage wizard tradition, it really stands out as a wacky unique subclass that would bring a lot of diversity to a table, braking away from the norm of a typical wizard expectation. I also like that the setup is their for the new school of magic and that it can be expanded upon more. Overall there is a few changes I've made to certain things before adding them into my games, but they really are minor. I think this product is a must have for anyone who wants to increase the diversity of charecter types and magic going on at their table, or for someone who just wants to give their players some more options to play with. Great Job!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Accursed Apple Twists
by Elisha B.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/06/2019 21:19:29
Accursed Apple Twists SPOILERS IN REVIEW! I had never DM'd before and my players had never played. This was easy to fashion into the world I've been working on. I did change the name of the village to Flavorfield and the Courier had been Fuy Gieri. The players loved the entire experience. I will say when I read the info for the BBG at the end I said to myself "no one is going to bite a giant apple demon". The very first thing my players did was bite it.... Genius to include that in to the description. Loved it all around....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Challenge Accepted!
by Leigh M.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/06/2019 19:56:19
Challenge Accepted! I purchased this title a little while ago now but thought it was only proper that I add to the growing review list. I used it on the very next session. An amazing resource for inspiring content

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Fey Compendium II: Hags
by Cormac O.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/06/2019 17:20:40
Fey Compendium II: Hags Hags are by far my favourite monster to throw at my party. They are gross and unrelentingly evil, but also very fun to roleplay. Fey Compendium II: Hags adds a huge variety of content for someone looking to add a hag or two (or three, mwhahaha!) to their game. This includes nasty friends to help your hags take care of pesky adventurers, new types of hag that may be a better fit for your game setting, Elder Hags to challenge high level parties, and creepy trinkets and items that flesh out the hags' abilities and add a certain grotesque ambiance to their lair. I was very pleased with the amount of content provided, and immediately added several elements to my game prep. Some of this stuff is just too horrifying not to use....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Academy: The Wizard Class Hall
by Nikolaos D.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/06/2019 14:12:05
The Academy: The Wizard Class Hall The Academy is everything it promises to be. If you want your players to visit a school of magic, you will not be disappointed. Make sure to have them meet a few of the sidekicks and read their quotes as more locations are discovered. The layout is very well done, too. One thing to note, be careful with the Prestige Class features presented here. Some might find them too powerful for feats, but maybe you could use them for NPCs. Anyway, this book is a great hit for me. Mandatory for any High-Fantasy setting!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Purrfect Catastrophe!
by Harrod J.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/06/2019 10:35:57
The Purrfect Catastrophe! I got this adventure because a friend told me to check it out. I was very impressed, the characters are very interesting and well developed. I found the story to be exciting, and the book itself easy to follow. If this is their first adventure, I'm really looking forward to seeing what they will continue to put out. Great job!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Extensive DM Screen for DnD 5e with Party Tracker (Landscape)
by Chris C.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/05/2019 23:31:35
Extensive DM Screen for DnD 5e with Party Tracker (Landscape) Love this DM Screen! Lots of useful info on it that I reference more than I think.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Ghostwalker: Eidolon
by Timothy B.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/05/2019 23:03:49
Ghostwalker: Eidolon It's fun to see a throwback to the Ghostwalk campaign setting from the D&D 3.5 era. I've always appreciated options that allow a player to continue playing the same PC, even after that character died. The Eidolon provides a solution to that challenge. There are seven different paths, and your Eidolon will be able to choose three of them by the time they reach 6th level. That's 35 different possibilities! Combined with the feats and spells offered in this supplement, and that's a whole lot of content for your back-from-the-dead PC. I appreciated the flavor text scattered throughout the book. It never mentions the Ghostwalk setting, but references to manifest wards and ectoplasm draw enough flavor from the setting, while making it available for any campaign where the tone is a good fit. Not every setting is going to feel right with physically manifest ghosts showing up. But I suspect many would benefit from a character where this is essentially their One Unique Thing. The setting does...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
EB-01 The Night Land
by Mitchell Y.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/05/2019 19:23:52
EB-01 The Night Land I ran this twice at a convention. Liked it so much that I bought it here too! It is both an excellent adventure for 1st level characters and a solid introduction to Eberron. Players really enjoyed the illusion of free will that comes with picking their own missions. The missions themselves are dynamic: 1. Search and rescue that forces the PCs to race against the lightning rail 2. A fetchit quest that may or may not involve bodies being sewed into a hideous abomination 3. A dungeon delve...with explosions! I want to again emphasize that this adventure gets the lore right. If you are into Eberron, you will be happy with this. If you are not into Eberron, it's still a great adventure. The layout is superb. Adventure Records are along overdue in AL and implemented very cleanly here. I really appreciated how the achievements are naturally woven into future adventures (they were also previewed at Gamehole Con). Lastly, an underrated aspect is that since the missions are sepa...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Scourge of the Nightingale: A Song of Revenge
by Ken C.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/05/2019 19:04:08
Scourge of the Nightingale: A Song of Revenge Part 2 leaves off from where Part 1 finished. Now in collaboration with the fantastic **JVC Parry** (another of my favorite guild writers), both writers have managed to not cause the 'usual' lull experienced in some Part 2 adventures, keeping the adventure moving at a pace that is both easy for the DM to follow but gripping enough for the players to experience. This is a credit to both writers and VERY MUCH looking forward to reading through the final Part 3 to the trilogy. As with Part 1 ... Very Much Recommended!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Scourge of the Nightingale: A Song of Love
by Ken C.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/05/2019 18:58:52
Scourge of the Nightingale: A Song of Love What can I say ... Jeff's pulled another rabbit from the hat that is both entertaining for the DM to run and thrilling enough for the players to play through. I have to admit that this adventure actually has me feeling sorry for the villian straight off the mark, which would not have been possible if Jeff had not put enough thought into the backstory and his execution of the adventure as a whole. Very Much Recommended!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Vault of Magic - Versione Italiana
by Marco B.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 12/05/2019 18:23:57
Vault of Magic - Versione Italiana Excellent publication: I especially loved the magic items, some of them will be surely integrated in my ongoing campaigns!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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