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  1. Echohawk

    5E Tasha’s Cauldron Delayed Outside North America

    D&D Beyond now has Tasha's available for preorder.
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    General D&D Annual 2021

    The April(!) press release for this is here.
  3. Echohawk

    5E Tasha’s Cauldron Delayed Outside North America

    About that... "R&L started out making snap-together items that worked like tiny plastic model kits that didn't need any glue and were issued in a clear glassine bag, inside Kellogg's cereal boxes. [...] In 2006, one sold on eBay for $450." [from Crater Critters]
  4. Echohawk

    5E Tasha’s Cauldron Delayed Outside North America

    I realise that the vast majority of WotC customers are in North America, Europe and Asia/Pacific, but it is still somehow vaguely irritating to have two whole (populated) continents just ignored. There are D&D customers in South America and Africa too.
  5. Echohawk

    Heroes' Feast: A Cookbook & DM's Resource

    There were actually three volumes of Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home, the original (1987), a sequel More Leaves (2000) and Lost Leaves (2007). The last one doesn't quite have the same charm as the first two, but it does have about a dozen pages of recipes including Kender Stumblenoodles...
  6. Echohawk

    General Index of Dungeons and Dragons Monsters?

    On the plus side, I pulled White Dwarf #39 out of the cupboard to double check that reply, only to discover that there was a picture of K'ooriall, so I scanned it and added it to the aarakocra article.
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    General Index of Dungeons and Dragons Monsters?

    No. The first aarakocra god (K'ooriall) appeared in White Dwarf #39, in an article titled Inhuman Gods, but the aarakocra debuted in the Fiend Folio.
  8. Echohawk

    General Index of Dungeons and Dragons Monsters?

    The index I linked to a few posts up includes all 1st, 2nd and 3rd edition monsters, including things from adventures and from Dragon, Dungeon, Polyhedron and Imagine magazines. It's at least 99% complete. And yes, of course a half-fiend vampiric gelatinous gibbering mouther deserves to be...
  9. Echohawk

    General Index of Dungeons and Dragons Monsters?

    Heh. Of course, now I'm obliged to correct my own correction, because I've realised there was never a BECMI version of the aarakocra :p
  10. Echohawk

    General Index of Dungeons and Dragons Monsters?

    No chance. I'd say the aarakocra has "medium" coverage -- it has appeared in every edition, but doesn't have many variants. There are plenty of monsters with a far more extensive publication history (including the vampire). If I was to guess, I'd say that the lowly zombie is probably the most...
  11. Echohawk

    General Monster ENCyclopedia: Catoblepas

    The third entry in the Monster ENCyclopedia has been updated and revised, with rescanned images, additional material (including the catoblepas's appearance in the Spelljammer comic) and coverage of 5th Edition. As usual, here is a poorly laid-out PDF version of the article as a bonus.
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    5E What changes or retcons would you approve in a reboot?

    That doesn't sound right. Dragons of Spring Dawning was released in October 1985, the same month as DL10: Dragons of Dreams so by the time the first three novels were out, there were already ten adventures available for the setting. Or by "become a setting" did you mean "get a dedicated...
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    General Monster ENCyclopedia: Barghest

    This entry in the Monster ENCyclopedia series has received a much needed upgrade. It now covers the 5th Edition barghest, some of the other sections have been expanded, the existing images have all been rescanned and a bunch of new pictures have been added. As a bonus, here's an (amateurishly...
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    General Monster ENCyclopedia: Aarakocra

    Now with 50% more feathers! I've given this entry in the Monster ENCyclopedia series a fairly thorough overhaul. It now includes all the 5th Edition material released since it was first published in 2014, as well as expanded coverage from several earlier sources. I've also rescanned all the...
  15. Echohawk

    Unconverted D&D creatures

    Oh, I definitely think about updating that index quite often...
  16. Echohawk

    Greyhawk Collector's Guide

    Yes, the scaled cult surfaces again in URD3-07: Purloined Letters. Quoting from the "Adventure Background" section:
  17. Echohawk

    General DMs Guild Classics Wishlist

    These four were all released this month.
  18. Echohawk

    General DMs Guild Classics Wishlist

    Indeed. The DM's Guild keeps surprising me by releasing things I wasn't expecting to ever see in digital format. This is a good thing!
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    General DMs Guild Classics Wishlist

    *cough* Planescape Monstrous Compendiums *cough*
  20. Echohawk

    WotC D&D's Best Year Ever - But Hasbro's Goal Is For D&D e-Sports

    To be honest, I'd say that still rates it higher than most TV talent shows! (I like Whose Line.) I'm not saying I think that would be a good idea, just that it could be done. Spectator D&D is apparently a big thing; it makes sense to leverage that if you want to have some sort of competition.
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