D&D 5E February's Keys from the Golden Vault Appears on Amazon

Announced in August, along with the rest of 2023's D&D lineup, Keys from the Golden Vault -- an anthology of adventures with a 'heist' theme -- has appeared on Amazon with a release date of Frebruary 21, 2023. The entry indicates that the book is 208 pages long.

"Greetings, adventurer. You’ve snuck in and found a wondrous treasure! Keys From the Golden Vault is a Dungeons & Dragons adventure anthology with a heist at the center of every tale. Nothing else is yet known about the contents of this tome, but keep an eye on your favorite D&D news sources for your first sneak peek inside."

So far, it only has the now-familiar D&D preview image, so we should expect a cover reveal in the coming weeks.


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Rhineglade

Adventurer
I have to kind of wonder. When "Waterdeep: Dragon Heist" was released, there was quite a bit of feedback from consumers disappointed that the storyline didn't include an actual "heist." Perhaps WotC is going overkill by now releasing a book with nothing BUT heists? Give the people what they want I guess. (Although I STILL want the official release of the Greyhawk Campaign)
 









Yeah, it is but Pre-orders on Amazon usually drop in price to about $35-$40 USD. None of whats been announced for the rest of 2022 & 2023 interests me so most likely I'm going to keep my wallet closed until 1D&D comes out.

For me I'll wait and see if Planescape is as bad as Spelljammer.

The Deck of Many Things book I need actual info on, like I know it's got some Player mechanics, but WTF is it otherwise?

And to get me to buy the Giant book they need to show me some better lore is going to be in it.

So it looks like 2023 will have me buying nothing. How disappointing.
 

the Jester

Legend
I only hope the adventures are better than the last few anthology books' have been. I was really disappointed in how thin the stuff in, f'rex, Radiant Citadel was; none of the adventures felt like they had much meat on their bones to me. The recent focus on very short, done in one or two session adventures is leading to... lackluster results, at least in my opinion. Both Ghosts of Saltmarsh and Tales from the Yawning Portal managed to have meaty adventures with pretty low page counts, so it definitely can be done.
 

Reynard

Legend
I only hope the adventures are better than the last few anthology books' have been. I was really disappointed in how thin the stuff in, f'rex, Radiant Citadel was; none of the adventures felt like they had much meat on their bones to me. The recent focus on very short, done in one or two session adventures is leading to... lackluster results, at least in my opinion. Both Ghosts of Saltmarsh and Tales from the Yawning Portal managed to have meaty adventures with pretty low page counts, so it definitely can be done.
Yeah, I was disappointed in Candlekeep Mysteries enough to avoid Radiant Citadel entirely. I presume it is market driven,though, and the audience doesn't want 8 session adventures.
 

the Jester

Legend
Yeah, I was disappointed in Candlekeep Mysteries enough to avoid Radiant Citadel entirely. I presume it is market driven,though, and the audience doesn't want 8 session adventures.
I'd be okay with a one night adventure if it was at least challenging. But the last few anthology books have been full of stuff that just looks too easy to be fun.
 



Whizbang Dustyboots

100% that gnome
A book about heists releasing right before a D&D movie about a heist does feel appropriate.
Fingers crossed that this is the missing D&D movie tie-in book. Set it in Neverwinter, give us character stats for some of the characters from the film, use concept art from the movie (which is going to be its own book in April, in fact) in Golden Vault, etc.
 


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