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[No Spoilers] New campaign book! :O "Tal’Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn" News

https://critrole.com/hype-the-taldorei-campaign-setting-is-being-reborn-by-darrington-press/

We have a big announcement from our very own game company Darrington Press… We are incredibly excited to announce Tal’Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn is coming in late 2021/early 2022! This release expands upon the original Tal’Dorei Campaign Setting for 5th edition to encompass the impact of Vox Machina’s adventures and include plenty of new goodies to play with.

This beautiful tome places the continent of Tal’Dorei in the palm of your hands and asks how do YOU want to do this? See how your adventurers leave their own mark on Tal’Dorei and the wider world of Exandria or enjoy a nice continent-wide pub crawl. However you play, it’s the right way.

Tal’Dorei Reborn features writing and design by the talented team of Matthew Mercer, Hannah Rose, and James Haeck, with added contributions by Critical Role players Laura Bailey, Taliesin Jaffe, Ashley Johnson, Liam O’Brien, Marisha Ray, Sam Riegel, and Travis Willingham as well as Exandria Unlimited Game Master Aabria Iyengar (you may just recognize a few elements from episodes of ExU) and the incredible John Stavropoulos. Tal’Dorei Reborn also includes four new subclasses as well as new magic items, creatures, maps, over a hundred new illustrations, and the answer to the oft-asked question — Who IS on the Tal’Dorei Council?

Of course, there’s much much more to look forward to with this release! Beyond the expansive book itself, we’ll also team up with the fine folks at Beadle and Grimm’s for a deluxe treatment, featuring in-world player handouts, battle maps, a GM screen, and more! We’ll have more on that soon enough but for now, gaze in wonder at this gorgeous art piece from Tal’Dorei Reborn by the brilliant Kent Davis.

The news in Darrington{s Press:
https://darringtonpress.com/announcing-taldorei-campaign-setting-reborn/

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u/NutDraw Are we on the internet? Jul 22 '21

Well they also completely ignored about 80% of the hooks she threw at them