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D&D 5E For those who want the Alt Cover Rules Expansion: $129

Once again GameNerdz comes through with a really great price, even LESS than regular retail value: it's back in stock so get it while its hot if you want it! I had enough points for 5 dollars off so I scored it for $124 bucks . No Tax(on my end anyway) and free shipping. * I have used them numerous time and they are very reliable. You also may remember that these guys also had the Goodman Games Temple of Elemental Evil for $69.99 as well.*
 

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I wish we knew how much updating the two reprint books will have, and if they will be actual errata or just alternate versions, and also how modified the races in the critter book will be.

Without that info, even 100 even would be more than I'm willing to pay for potentially just fancy reprints.
Xanathar I am expecting to be exactly the same with the prior errata (Healing Spirit nerf and what not) already added. Tasha's is probably the same as well, I would assume, because its still "newish" but we all know that its the Volo+Mord combo book thats probably gonna have the most bulk of the changes.

If you can score it for cheaper, great. So far, this seems like the best price for something like this compared to what it is normally or what it will hideously become after it comes out and the Scalpers come out to play.
 

doctorbadwolf

Heretic of The Seventh Circle
Xanathar I am expecting to be exactly the same with the prior errata (Healing Spirit nerf and what not) already added. Tasha's is probably the same as well, I would assume, because its still "newish" but we all know that its the Volo+Mord combo book thats probably gonna have the most bulk of the changes.

If you can score it for cheaper, great. So far, this seems like the best price for something like this compared to what it is normally or what it will hideously become after it comes out and the Scalpers come out to play.
I mean I’ll probably wait for the critter book to come out by itself, if the other two books are just the same. The covers aren’t cool enough to justify paying for them again. The PHB is the only D&D book I’ve ever needed two of.
 

Xanathar I am expecting to be exactly the same with the prior errata (Healing Spirit nerf and what not) already added. Tasha's is probably the same as well, I would assume, because its still "newish" but we all know that its the Volo+Mord combo book thats probably gonna have the most bulk of the changes.

If you can score it for cheaper, great. So far, this seems like the best price for something like this compared to what it is normally or what it will hideously become after it comes out and the Scalpers come out to play.

I think that more bonus spells will be added to the Divine Soul and Shadow Magic Sorcerers, to bring then in line with Tasha's.
 

Plaguescarred

D&D Playtester for WoTC since 2012
I wish we knew how much updating the two reprint books will have, and if they will be actual errata or just alternate versions, and also how modified the races in the critter book will be.
I'm fairly sure it will have all the erratas but are otherwise identical to the original print.
 



Rabulias

Hero
Has there been any word on when and how the monster book will be available on D&D Beyond? Will you be able to buy it a launch if you already have Xanathar's and Tasha's?
Looking at the Store at D&D Beyond, they already have the Critical Role: Call of the Netherdeep (due March 15) up for pre-order, but nothing (yet) for Mordenkainen Presents: Monsters of the Multiverse (due out in January in the box set).

To me this means they will either 1) update existing stat blocks in Volo's Guide to Monsters and Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes for existing and future purchases, or 2) offer MPMotM as a separate purchase when the standalone book is released later in 2022.
 



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