Every Dungeons & Dragons book coming in 2021
Wizards of the Coast has released many new Dungeons & Dragons reference books this year, with more already confirmed for the remainder of 2021.
Many new adventures have been released for the 5th edition of Dungeons & Dragons so far this year. The mysteries of the candle introduced new campaigns and Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft expanded the content originally available for Strahd’s curse and the half-plane of Barovia. However, Wizards of the Coast has announced several other sources slated for release this fall and each will include new ways to enjoy a D&D campaign.
Dungeons & Dragons has grown in popularity in recent years. Although still a well-known fantasy table game, Dungeons & Dragons” the player base has grown dramatically thanks to tabletop podcasts like critical role and The adventure zone. These podcasts have helped those who might not otherwise have been exposed to D&D get the chance to see adventures in action, encouraging new players to join campaigns or create their own adventures as a DM. For this reason, Wizards of the Coast has continued to release new and revamped content specifically for the 5th gameplay, providing new and old players with plenty of adventure options.
The first to come D&D sourcebook fans can expect this fall to be Nature beyond the light of the witches, released September 21, 2021. The campaign follows the Witchlight Carnival, a fantastic roadshow that only takes place once every eight years, which serves as the gateway to the Feywild. Players will uncover the mystery behind Carnival runners, Mister Witch and Mister Light, and explore the Feywild in a full campaign. The source book will also add new D&D backgrounds, like Feylost and Witchlight Hands.
Dungeons & Dragons will release new adventures in fall 2021
Dungeons & Dragons will also see an expansion to dragons and dragons related content with the upcoming release of Fizban’s Dragon Treasure October 19, 2021. Just like Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything and Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft, this guide will expand D&D lore, focusing specifically on dragons in 5th grade. The reference book will go into more detail about dragons and their abilities, as well as the introduction of new species, including the Gem Dragon.
For those who wanted to attend a magic school in a Dungeons & Dragons campaign settings, Strixhaven: A Chaos Study Program, releases November 16, 2021 and could be the perfect official reference book. University of Strixhaven, a location of Magic: The Gathering, will allow players to create students and study at one of five different colleges. Fans of stories like Harry potter will be able to create their own fantastic school adventure with access to new backgrounds, achievements and a new breed: the Owl. With so many exciting Dungeons & Dragons Campaign opportunities on the horizon, players may want to start forming groups to take advantage of all that the new source books have to offer when they are released.
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