D&D Movie/TV Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves At San Diego Comic-Con

Attendees of San Diego Comic-Con this year will be able to immerse themselves in a 'Tavern Experience' promoting the upcoming D&D movie, Honor Among Thieves, IGN reports. It will be a 20-minute experience in which you can interact with D&D critters and characters. Additionally, guests can try both alcoholic and non-alcoholic versions of 'Dragon Brew'.

Additionally, on Thursday July 21st, during the convention, the films cast will be on stage and fans will get a sneak peek at the movie, which is due out next year.

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves includes in its cast Chris Pine, Hugh Grant, Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean Page, and more.

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DarkCrisis

Reeks of Jedi
How so it looks fine to me.
Looks very cheesy, which isn’t typically what I look for in D&D.

Also they took the lazy route with the Tiefling who’s just an attractive looking human with cute tiny horns! Ahhhh so sweet. Must be hard to know other people can spot your infernal heritage so easily. Couldn’t even bother to make her red or blue or something.
 

OB1

Jedi Master
Owbear, intellect devourer, mimic perfectly ordinary chest, displacer beast, something with tentacles, something with a skull, & a party silhouette.
Is there a D&D original IP monster with tentacles? The other four monsters are all originals, so I'm guessing that one is too, I just can't think of what? The skull could just be a skull in a dungeon.

What this poster tells me is that Paramount is marketing to D&D fans as a priority. The vast majority of the public wouldn't know what these things are.
 



DarkCrisis

Reeks of Jedi
...

D&D has always been mega-cheesy.

Sort of. While art may be funny like in the original 1E books and players around a table play cheesy characters and laugh while drinking Dew. The worlds like Faerun Krynn, Greyhawk, etc aren’t really meant to be “cheesy”.

Heck I’d say the worlds didn’t get lol cheesy until 5E.

Which as someone sort of pointed out earlier, seems to be what modern players want to go along with their anime style characters.
 

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