D&D 5E Chronicles of Eberron Is Keith Baker's New D&D Book, out now!

After a few days of teasing, Eberron creator Keith Baker has announced his new book -- Chronicles of Eberron! By Keith and Imogen Gingell, the 200-page book will be available on DMs Guild in December.

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Hektula is the Scribe of Sul Khatesh, the Keeper of the Library of Ashtakala, and the Chronicler of the Lords of Dust. Her treasured tomes hold arcane secrets still hidden from human and dragon alike. What lies beneath the Barren Sea? What powers does Mordain the Fleshweaver wield within Blackroot? Who are the Grim Lords of the Bloodsail Principality? All these secrets and many more can be found in the Chronicles of Eberron…

  • Chronicles of Eberron is a new 5E sourcebook from Eberron creator Keith Baker and designer Imogen Gingell.
  • This book explores a diverse range of topics, including lore and advice for both players and DMs, along with new monsters, treasures, spells and character options.
  • Chronicles of Eberron will be available on the DMs Guild as a PDF and print-on-demand.

But that's not all! There is a collaboration with Hero Forge and new T-Shirts!

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Thank you for the reference to Map Perilous.

I've just bought it, and it's so awesome it's actually made me want to run a 5th edition game so I can try out some of the NPCs (I usually play Pathfinder).

I've already got the Eberronicon, which is a great overview of the setting.


I crit!

The first readthrough of a book you've created is always exciting... especially the game of "What typc did we miss?" Fellow creators, do you have a favorite typo? #ttrpg #ttrpg


Twogether Studios posted a video of Keith unboxing their POD proof. You can see both of my favorite art pieces in the book, the First War scene about 40 seconds in and then at the end he shows the map of Riedra!



Frumious Flumph
Look, when they announced Eberron for the first time, the marketing guys had no idea how to market it. "It's a new setting! Different from the ones before!" The Marketing guys only knew Greyhawk and the Forgotten Realms, so they figured this would be the same thing. They looked over the materials and latched on to the Extreme Explorer prestige class, which was meant for your Lara Croft/Indiana Jones types. So, they inundated GenCon with placemats with the Extreme Explorer prestige class; just, literally, you would find the large round tables in empty rooms just completely covered with these placemats. It became a joke with me and my friends. "You think your guy is extreme? Mine climbed a mountain... WITH HIS TEETH!" "That's nothing! Mine ran out of rations during the expedition, and ate his porters!" Just unhinged oneupsmanship.

Then the book came out, I read it, and I loved it. It's fresh, and does a really good job of fixing some of the stuff I already homebrewed at my table. 4E was a bad fit for it, but the 5E implementation is easy and mostly fine (except for warforged... NOT EVERY RACE NEEDS SUBRACES!)


New Publisher
I mean, you can completely ignore the magitek .... There is more than enough great fantasy in the setting to play it that way.

You can also have older tech that isn't as advanced, that's what I do in ruins..... Really, the setting is very usable for different types of campaigns. You can have war, or not. The west is filled with ruins and druids... The east with city states


5e Freelancer
If you all tell me there is an area that is low magic, more 'rough', lower population, more 'frontier' like...I'm not sure what I'll do.

@Bolares @Levistus's_Leviathan
There are four. Just on the main continent alone. Then an entire continent of low magic and ruins from an ancient Giant civilization that's now a jungle, the undead elf island cluster, the cluster of islands ruled by pirate princes, the two poles and their ice-sheets, a continent of psionic-tek instead of magi-tek, and a continent of Dragons.

Check out Q'barra. Based on what you've said, it sounds like it would be right up your alley.

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