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D&D 5E D&D Celebration Schedule

From September 23-26, the D&D community comes together for D&D Celebration – a weekend celebrating the release of The Wild Beyond the Witchlight, and previewing Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons (Oct 19) and Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos (Nov 16)! The first official D&D musical? The cast of Star Trek: Discovery rolling the d20s? This year’s D&D Celebration will offer fans a front row seat to...

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From September 23-26, the D&D community comes together for D&D Celebration – a weekend celebrating the release of The Wild Beyond the Witchlight, and previewing Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons (Oct 19) and Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos (Nov 16)!

The first official D&D musical? The cast of Star Trek: Discovery rolling the d20s? This year’s D&D Celebration will offer fans a front row seat to watch all that and more as hilarious Dungeon Masters lead adventures in a slate of side-splitting virtual games including:

- Disco Does D&D
o Cast members from Star Trek: Discovery Anthony Rapp, Mary Wisemann, Blu del Barrio, Ian Alexander, and special guest Wil Wheaton, play D&D with Noah Averbach-Katz at the helm as DM

- The Circus of Sound – a D&D Musical
o The long-awaited D&D musical event starring Anthony Rapp, Jason Charles Miller, Azie Dungey, Vico Ortiz, and Mariah Rose Faith with Kelly Lynne D’Angelo as DM

- The Slapstick Hunt: A Silly Chase
o DM Amy Vorpahl leads cast members from The Guild, Sandeep Parikh, Vince Caso, Robin Thorsen, Amy Okuda, and Jeff Lewis on a comedic adventure through the multiverse

- The Dungeon & The Dragon
o An unlikely band of monsters are assembled to help a wronged dragon track down the heroes who stole her hoard with Alicia Marie, Deborah Ann Woll, Todd Stashwick, Patrick Rothfuss, and Matthew Lillard playing as monsters and B. Dave Walters as DM

- The Great Dragon Tourney
o Get ready for a tourney unlike any other featuring dragon jousting, racing, and diplomacy starring Anna Prosser, Mica Burton, Nathan Sharp, Jonathan Indovino, and Kate Welch (in an extra-special role) with Mark Hulmes as DM

The weekend will close with a look to the future of the brand with the Future of D&D panel hosted by D&D’s own Liz Schuh, Ray Winninger, Chris Perkins, and Jeremy Crawford.

The full schedule of events, including virtual gaming and D&D Studio and community led panels, can be found here: https://dndcelebration.com/schedule
 

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Urriak Uruk

Gaming is fun, and fun is for everyone
Wait, that's on purpose??

I just thought Seattle drivers were being dumb...

Yeah it's mostly Lawful Stupid rather than Lawful Evil. Though there definitely are folks are jump in front of you and then brake, because they want to drive the speed limit but also don't like being passed.
 


MGibster

Legend
Seattle's a great town. I visited in 2013 and walked all over the city, every meal was great, and I only wish I could have spent more time there. The only thing I didn't like about it was that I smelled marijuana just about everywhere I went no matter the time of day. It's 7:30 AM and I'm walking to the Museum of Pop Culture and I'm in a big public area when I get a strong whiff of the Mary Jane. Walking not too far from Pike Place Market and suddenly I walk into a cloud of smoke as some dude around the corner exhales. I smelled more marijuana than I did tobacco. But I saw a lot of fun things in Seattle.

1. A man dressed as a frog dressing down a cowboy preacher telling him, "God loves everyone. Even the gays and the potheads."
2. I saw seals around Bainbridge Island on my way to Bremerton.
3. The Underground Tour was a lot of fun and provided me with plenty of fodder for a Vampire campaign.
4. I learned about Shelly's Leg from the Museum of History and Industry.
5. Every place I ate was fantastic. King Street Bar & Oven makes a good pizza and loaded mine up with garlic.

I cannot recommend Seattle enough as a place to visit.
 


Parmandur

Book-Friend
Seattle's a great town. I visited in 2013 and walked all over the city, every meal was great, and I only wish I could have spent more time there. The only thing I didn't like about it was that I smelled marijuana just about everywhere I went no matter the time of day. It's 7:30 AM and I'm walking to the Museum of Pop Culture and I'm in a big public area when I get a strong whiff of the Mary Jane. Walking not too far from Pike Place Market and suddenly I walk into a cloud of smoke as some dude around the corner exhales. I smelled more marijuana than I did tobacco. But I saw a lot of fun things in Seattle.

1. A man dressed as a frog dressing down a cowboy preacher telling him, "God loves everyone. Even the gays and the potheads."
2. I saw seals around Bainbridge Island on my way to Bremerton.
3. The Underground Tour was a lot of fun and provided me with plenty of fodder for a Vampire campaign.
4. I learned about Shelly's Leg from the Museum of History and Industry.
5. Every place I ate was fantastic. King Street Bar & Oven makes a good pizza and loaded mine up with garlic.

I cannot recommend Seattle enough as a place to visit.
But...but...what if we catch ideological cooties??
 


bedir than

Full Moon Storyteller
Well, at least Philadelphia doesn't have the team with the longest playoff drought in North American sports (and beyond that the Mariners are the only MLB team to have never even reached the World Series), nor has it had a team move away in the recent past....
To be fair, every other top flight pro sports team in the area has had a good (Reign) to great (Sounders, Seahawks, Storm, Seawolves) past decade. The Rainiers just won the pennant and Defiance look nearly certain to make the playoffs.

The 80s were rough, the 90s outside of the Sonics were rough. But the 20-teens? Seattle sports are good.
 

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