The Explorer’s Guide To Wildemount Joins The D&D Realms

January 14, 2020 by brennon

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Dungeons & Dragons welcomes a new realm to its many planes of existence with The Explorer's Guide To Wildemount which is the brainchild of Critical Role's Matt Mercer.

Explorers Guide To Wildemount

This new book is a campaign setting for those who want to delve into the world created by Matt Mercer for Campaign Two of the Critical Role series. The book, available in March, will cover the continent which is the focus for the latest campaign featuring The Mighty Nein.

As well as focusing in on the plot which is unfolding across Wildemount, Mercer has also delved into the wider world of Exandria and brought in more elements from his world's history to give you an idea as to how everything came to be. It is going to be a really massive chunk of awesomeness for those obsessed with his world and characters.

  • An expansive Wildemount gazetteer.
  • Descriptions of the major factions of Wildemount.
  • Player options that include new subclasses, new spells, and a tool to help players deeply integrate their characters into the setting.
  • New magic items, including weapons that become more powerful to match their wielders.
  • New creatures native to Wildemount.
  • Four introductory adventures—one for each unique region of Wildemount.

Matt Mercer has previously worked with Green Ronin to produce the Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting which dealt with that continent in Exandria and the lands ranged by Vox Machina in Campaign One but this new book, an official D&D sourcebook, means that Exandria is now a legitimate and permanent part of the D&D planar universe. This is pretty awesome as previous to this the last setting to do so was probably Eberron!

Even if you're not a fan of the world Matt Mercer has designed, this book offers up a multitude of new options for those who want to take parts of it and transplant them into their own worlds. New systems of magic, creatures, classes and even race variants are all included in here for you to use as if from a toolkit.

So, make sure to let me know what you think!

"... this new book, an official D&D sourcebook, means that Exandria is now a legitimate and permanent part of the D&D planar universe"

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