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D&D 5E Curse of Strahd 'Revamped' Boxed Collector's Edition

If you're in the market for a revamped (geddit?) edition of Curse of Strahd (which is my favourite of all the D&D adventures so far) in a coffin-shaped box with additional material, you're in luck!


This boxed set is coming out in October and costs $99.99.

There's a whole bunch of stuff included:
  • Updated softcover of the adventure itself, including errata and presumably some of the other adjustments to Vistani talked about recently.
  • A short 20-book of monsters called Creatures of Horror.
  • Double sided poster map of Barovia and Castle Ravenloft.
  • A Tarokka deck and 8-page booklet.
  • Handouts for players.
  • A dozen 'postcards' from Barovia.
  • A DMs Screen.
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Updates to the original adventure include errata, minor tweaks, and sections of text which have been identified as problematic regarding the Vistani.

IGN has a video looking inside the box.
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Russ Morrissey

Russ Morrissey


Yeah, we've got one more product to go. I think the guess that the Vistani will feature into the new Xanathar's book, possibly by it being a planes travelling-themed book, is a pretty good bet. (Next question, in that case: Do they make the Vistani playable?)

Well, speculating a bit, it might be they are doing an Ancestry-Culture replacement for Race. If it is a Planar themed book, as the Subclasses tend to suggest, more literally out there options like Vistani or "I grew up in Sigil" seem probable.

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Looks like it shot back up from 59.99 to 64.99 just now. But just nabbed it before that happened. So I would suggest that if anybody wants it now, you should probably nab it before it shoots back up to 99+tax.

Dire Bare

So, I have a completely serious question here...

Can the hardback book fit into the coffin-shaped box? :D
I don't think so . . . . at least, not with the insert that holds all of the other goodies too. With the page sizes (very likely) being the same, the hardcover is going to be just a bit taller, wider, and thicker than the softcover. And from pictures I've seen of Revamped, it's a tight fit.

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