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Dungeons & Dragons Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avernus (Dungeon & Dragons: Descent into Avernus) £15.51 at Amazon
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Dungeons & Dragons Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avernus (Dungeon & Dragons: Descent into Avernus) £15.51 at Amazon

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Dungeons & Dragons Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avernus (Dungeon & Dragons: Descent into Avernus) £15.51 at Amazon
Posted 26th Sep 2020

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Do you like dice? Punching devils in the face? Making deals with infernal fiends for unimaginable power or an evil scone? Feeding the souls of the damned into the fuel tank of your Mad Max-mobile to tear across the ravaged planes of hell in search of adventure? Then you're in the right place!

Forge Your Fate In Hellfire
Welcome to Baldur’s Gate, a city of ambition and corruption situated at the crossroads of the Sword Coast.

This heroic Dungeons & Dragons adventure book takes players from levels 1 to 13 as they journey through Baldur's Gate and into Avernus, the battleground of the Blood War. It introduces infernal war machines to Fifth edition D&D—battle-ready vehicles, which you can customise as you blast off into the battlefield.

Dungeon Masters will also be able to entice their heroes with devils' deals, designed to lure with the ultimate temptations of power and treasure.
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Heated... Blackwells slightly cheaper for anyone who'd rather avoid Amazon / don't have prime
blackwells.co.uk/boo…wcB
Edited by: "Sanjzilla" 26th Sep
Great price, normally around 30 quid.
Amazing price, just picked it up for my 14yr old - he DM’d his first game last week and will love running this campaign
Thank you OP
Curse of Strahd - the 5th editions trip to Ravenloft, widely considered one of the best d&d villains of all time and one of the better 5th ed. Modules narratively, though it's a bit rail-roady and it's depiction of generic gypsies has become problematic - is sitting at £21 at the moment too. It was as low as 19 earlier in the week but if you're outside the UK and need to make up your free delivery, you could do a lot worse.
Fair warning though - there's a lot of blood and death and such, so while your 14 year old might be fine with it, you might not want it coming from you
I'm very tempted by this, but my kids and I have not finished The Lost Mines of Phandelver yet and we still have the dragon of Icespire Peak to go.
I've also heard that much of the DnD stuff is going to be redone to be less racially insensitive and I'm worried they might chuck out 6E at the same time rendering modules like this obsolete
That change is coming in Tasha's Cauldron of Everything in November, they're ditching the term Race and the broad generalisations that Racial Traits represent. A 6th edition will happen eventually but given the current wave of popularity 5e is riding, I wouldn't worry about it happening too soon.
Also, people still play third edition and AD&D - they only become obsolete if you let them!
Haven't gotten around to Icespire, but phandelver is great as an intro. And don't forget if you bought the pack with Icespire in it you get a code to unlock additional higher-level digital-only modules on D&D beyond. So you may have an even bigger backlog than you thought!
Edited by: "nunberry" 26th Sep
nunberry26/09/2020 19:28

That change is coming in Tasha's Cauldron of Everything in November, …That change is coming in Tasha's Cauldron of Everything in November, they're ditching the term Race and the broad generalisations that Racial Traits represent. A 6th edition will happen eventually but given the current wave of popularity 5e is riding, I wouldn't worry about it happening too soon. Also, people still play third edition and AD&D - they only become obsolete if you let them!Haven't gotten around to Icespire, but phandelver is great as an intro. And don't forget if you bought the pack with Icespire in it you get a code to unlock additional higher-level digital-only modules on D&D beyond. So you may have an even bigger backlog than you thought!


We're looking forward to the extra modules
Thanks for the reassurance over 5e, hopefully the kids will remain interested (and living at home) long enough to play some more campains
badbunny4226/09/2020 19:24

I'm very tempted by this, but my kids and I have not finished The Lost …I'm very tempted by this, but my kids and I have not finished The Lost Mines of Phandelver yet and we still have the dragon of Icespire Peak to go.I've also heard that much of the DnD stuff is going to be redone to be less racially insensitive and I'm worried they might chuck out 6E at the same time rendering modules like this obsolete



nunberry26/09/2020 19:28

That change is coming in Tasha's Cauldron of Everything in November, …That change is coming in Tasha's Cauldron of Everything in November, they're ditching the term Race and the broad generalisations that Racial Traits represent. A 6th edition will happen eventually but given the current wave of popularity 5e is riding, I wouldn't worry about it happening too soon. Also, people still play third edition and AD&D - they only become obsolete if you let them!Haven't gotten around to Icespire, but phandelver is great as an intro. And don't forget if you bought the pack with Icespire in it you get a code to unlock additional higher-level digital-only modules on D&D beyond. So you may have an even bigger backlog than you thought!


Third Edition, Third Edition! Blasphemy! First edition rules literally. Whilst the material for the original 1st Edition Dungeons and Dragons and AD&D Books and Modules are expensive, used or PDF copies can be obtained cheaply. Whilst the original material was less user friendly and lacks the beautiful illustrations, the rule books are more comprehensive and treat players as an adult not shying away from political connotations. It is up to the DM and players to thresh out encounters and monster and bring the worlds alive.

It is inconceivable that WOtC think it's acceptable to manipulate, cajole, and discard the foundation rules of D&D due to their political desires and ideology. Whatever possessed them? (Probably a 10th Level SJW Faerie with a wand of Feeblemind).
Edited by: "nemesiz" 1st Oct
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