Bring Fascinating New Dragons Into D&D With Fizban’s Treasury!

July 21, 2021 by brennon

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Wizards Of The Coast announced a new supplement for those venturing into Dungeons & Dragons. Whether you are a dragon slayer or a scholar wanting to learn more about these creatures, Fizban's Treasury Of Dragons looks like the sourcebook for you.

Fizbans Treasury Of Dragons - Dungeons & Dragons

Fizban's Treasury Of Dragons // Dungeons & Dragons

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Within this new book, you'll find a brand new style of dragon. Gem Dragons have now been introduced into 5th Edition alongside new player options and ancestries for Dragonborn. You'll also find new dragon-themed subclasses for Monks and Rangers plus new feats and spells.

From a Dungeon Master point of view, you'll also find background on the First World and how Bahamut and Tiamat were involved in that calamitous time. This then leads to loads of ways for you to craft adventures inspired by dragons. This includes new lairs and the twenty different kinds of dragons!

Fizbans Treasury Of Dragons Alt Cover - Dungeons & Dragons

Fizban's Treasury Of Dragons Alt Cover // Dungeons & Dragons

Those tales and adventures are then backed up by a massive bestiary of new dragons, dragon-related creatures, gods, dragon minions and more. Basically, if you're a lover of dragons in some way then this probably works for you.

You can also pick up the alternative cover for the book (pictured above). It looks suitably awesome and shows a Gem Dragon taking on a fearsome Red Dragon. I am looking forward to seeing how they weave more dragon-related content into the worlds of D&D. I am particularly interested in the idea of playing as a gem-based Dragonborn. I think that could be a cool lineage!

Are you going to be picking this up and adding it to your D&D collection?

"Basically, if you're a lover of dragons in some way then this probably works for you..."

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