Endless Quest D&D Books Return Later This Year!

May 24, 2018 by brennon

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Wizards Of The Coast are visiting a golden oldie later this year as they look to bring back their Endless Quest Gamebooks in September thanks to Penguin Random House. You will be able to take on quests solo in these exciting adventures, playing as core Dungeons & Dragons classes.

Endless Quest - Fighter

Each of the stories will focus on your character having to survive against the odds, flipping from page to page, defeating foes and working your way towards the end of the quest. As mentioned above they are focusing on four key classes from Dungeons & Dragons, namely the Fighter (as seen above)...

Endless Quest - Rogue

...followed by the Rogue, Cleric and Wizard. Each of the books has their own unique storyline. For example, the Rogue's story includes...

"When you tried to pick the pocket of a civilar in the night-shrouded streets of Waterdeep, you never thought she’d catch you — and you never dreamed she’d force you into her service. Now you must find the baby griffon stolen by the beholder Xanathar, leader of the city’s powerful Thieves’ Guild. And if you should fail . . . you can count on spending the rest of your life behind bars, rogue."

This all sounds very cool indeed and if you are one of those people who likes delving into solo play, this might be the antidote to your woes.

Endless Quest - Cleric

The real question is which one of these books do you start with? It's nice that they've gone to the lengths of including the classic races alongside the classes, but they've also done it in a way which gives you options for male and female characters too.

Endless Quest - Wizard

Do you think you'll just be getting all of these? I reckon these are going to be great for kids who are starting to get the feel for role-playing games and want a bit extra to help get them ready for the choices they'll face during campaigns.

What do you think?

"...if you are one of those people who likes delving into solo play, this might be the antidote to your woes"

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