D&D 5E D&D 2022 Overview - Did you purchase any of the books?

D&D 2022 - Did you purchase any of the books?

  • Mordenkainen Presents: Monsters of the Multiverse - May 16, 2022

    Votes: 76 45.5%
  • Critical Role: Call of the Netherdeep - March 15, 2022

    Votes: 36 21.6%
  • Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen - December 2022

    Votes: 42 25.1%
  • Journeys through the Radiant Citadel - July 19, 2022

    Votes: 65 38.9%
  • Spelljammer: Adventures in Space - August 16, 2022

    Votes: 69 41.3%
  • None.

    Votes: 55 32.9%
  • ADDED: Dragons of Stormwreck Isle Starter Set - Aug/Oct, 2022

    Votes: 26 15.6%

Scribe

Legend
Looking over Wikipedia, these are the printed books released in 2022, just curious which if any did you pick up?

Dragons of Stormwreck Isle Starter Set was added after to the poll, and current results do not reflect that it was always an option - 11/29/2022
 
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Alby87

Explorer
Monsters of the Multiverse because of the races I didn't have and the updated statblocks. Not running new modules (still running CoS and TftYP since last year, LMoP+DoIP for a new group of people, and a Forgotten Realms homebrew adventure).

Next year very much interested in Bigby (Fitzan for me was a hit, hope they bis), and if the Book of Many Thing is what I hope it is (an "of everything" style book for DMs) also that.
 


None of them were particularly appealing to me. PM:MoM was probably the closest, but I really hate the idea of paying for an updated version of something I already have. I had objections to the 3.5E PHB, MM, and DMG as well.
 


DND_Reborn

The High Aldwin
None. And I don't intend to purchase any of them.

On the plus side, I purchased a new PHB, MM, and XGtE for my Tuesday night group to share when we play (well, the MM is more for me as DM...), so WotC got a bit more of my money. ;)
 


Just Spelljammer - I'm a sucker for campaign settings. Next year I'm down for I think everything other than the Phandelver campaign. Feast and famine.
 


Stormonu

Legend
I’m waiting on my B&G Spelljammer to show up, and have the Soth cover of Dragonlance on preorder.
Ended up picking up the Monsters of the Multiverse book (after not being interested in it initially), and gave my Volo’s/Mord’s book to my wife.
 

J.Quondam

CR 1/8
Monsters of the Multiverse, because I hadn't previously gotten Volo's or the earlier Mord's.
Radiant Citadel, because I like its potential as a new setting.
 




Micah Sweet

Legend
This is the first year I've not purchased a single book from WotC, although at this point I will likely buy the DL book eventually. I'll keep abreast of the Planescape buzz, though. Like DL, they may surprise me, but I remain skeptical.

None of their non-setting stuff has even a chance of interesting me anymore.
 


Ayeffkay

Villager
I was purchasing every book on release whether I'd use it or not, I'm a sucker for fancy covers. I skipped Mordenkainen because of WotC's limited exclusivity BS, and then when Spelljammer was a dud I started giving my money to Paizo instead.
 

pukunui

Legend
I purchased the Rules Expansion Gift Set in order to get Monsters of the Multiverse early, and I pre-ordered the Dragonlance book in order to get the early DDB access.

I only purchased Spelljammer and Radiant Citadel on DDB. I'm regretting those purchases a little, but I'm glad I didn't get them in hard copy because I wasn't all that impressed by either of them.

I didn't bother with Call of the Netherdeep because a) I'm not a Critical Role fan and b) I heard it was pretty bad, which is a shame, because I've been wanting an official 5e underwater adventure for some time.
 
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Voadam

Legend
I received Mordenkainen's as a birthday gift. I purchased Radiant Citadel as a birthday gift for my brother. It has been years since I purchased a hardcover for myself. I bought some WotC PDFs two days ago.
 


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