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D&D 5E D&D Screen & Dungeon Kit

WotC has announced a new DM Screen and ‘dungeon kit’ coming later this year, including dungeon geomorph tiles, condition cards, and initiative cards.

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DELVE INTO THE DUNGEONS’ DEPTHS​

Delve into dungeons with this kit for the world’s greatest roleplaying game.

This kit equips the Dungeon Master with a screen and other tools that are perfect for running D&D adventures through dungeons, whether ruined or thriving.

The Dungeon Master’s screen features a painting of a fantastic vista that plunges into the deep reaches of a mountain. Useful rules references cover the screen’s interior, with an emphasis on dungeon-delving.
  • DM screen specially designed for dungeon delving, with tables for encountering monsters and exploring ruins and dungeons
  • Features 36 punch out dungeon geomorph cards with pathway connection points, perfect for planning a dungeon during game preparation or for coming up with a map in the middle of play
  • Customizable double sided dry-erase sheet offers unlimited versatility for tactical game play. Numbered grid for sketching maps on one side, and summary of the main actions a character can take in combat on the other
  • 18 illustrated punch out condition cards, including mold and slime cards for dungeon encounters
  • 9 punch out numbered and illustrated initiative cards to easily track the turn order for players, monsters, and nonplayer characters
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Russ Morrissey

Russ Morrissey





el-remmen

Moderator Emeritus
I find it difficult to actually read anything off a GM screen, especially a landscape (as opposed to portrait) paneled one. But I like to have one to clip print outs of necessary info in LARGER print. 😎
 

Sacrosanct

Legend
Publisher
Good timing as more people are vaccinated and are resuming face to face gaming. This wouldn't have much use when most of us were only doing online play. But by August? I suspect many more will be back to face to face where this would have value.
 

Good timing as more people are vaccinated and are resuming face to face gaming. This wouldn't have much use when most of us were only doing online play. But by August? I suspect many more will be back to face to face where this would have value.
I was thinking that exactly. Two of my younger players have been tuning out in our Zoom games, and August sounds like a good time to do an old-time face-to-face dungeon crawl with everyone in the same room together (even if the "same room" is a picnic table in someone's back yard).
 

Try #3 to have a screen without wasted space and useless tables? Let's hope!
Unfortunately a lot of what people want will likely lead to wasted space and useless tables. I don't like all the art they put in, since the side facing the players could easily have various information useful to them (such as equipment costs, container capacity, standard travel actions, light source ranges, etc).
 


jeremypowell

Adventurer
I thought the Wilderness Kit screen was decent—3 out of 5 stars—so I'll probably pick this up, too. But for the love of Gygax, just how many sets of punch-out numbers 1 through 9 does WotC think I need before I can properly track initiative?
 






Lanefan

Victoria Rules
Try #3 to have a screen without wasted space and useless tables? Let's hope!
There's no such thing as wasted space. There's just space, and if what's printed on it doesn't suit what you're running then type in and print out what you do need and tape or glue it over the material you don't need.

That said, give me portrait over landscape every time so I can clip regular papers to it and not have them getting in my way.
 

CubicsRube

Adventurer
Supporter
What's happening me back from buying a d&d screen is that they never show what tables they're including on the inside.

I'd be much more tempted if I knew exactly what I was buying.
 

Sketchpad

Explorer
I'm intrigued, but I can do without the punch out cards. Instead, I'd rather see a set of nicely done cards for the Conditions, and maybe a dry erase initiative tracker. Also, having some expanded dungeon generating rules would be pretty nice as well.
 

What's happening me back from buying a d&d screen is that they never show what tables they're including on the inside.

I'd be much more tempted if I knew exactly what I was buying.
That would probably reduce sales, since people would know if it fit their needs or not. You're either forced to buy it blind or waiting for a review, and these types of products don't always get reviews.
 

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