Dragonlance Free Monstrous Compendium Volume II Includes Dragon Highlord Verminaard

Over on D&D Beyond you can grab a copy of Dragonlance Creatures, the second digital official Monstrous Compendium volume. This volume includes entries from the original Dragonlance Chronicles storyline of the 1980s, such as Dragon Highlord Verminaard (at CR 17!) and his dragon, Ember, along with the Forest Master (the unicorn from Darken Wood) and others.


WotC did the same with Spelljammer, with Volume 1 of the Monstrous Compendium.

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Ok so dragons of autumn will now be level 12-15, party splits and dragons of winter is 16-19 and most of spring is 16-19 as well, and temple of Ariakas is the level 20 capstone. Done and done, we got this let’s goooooo
Remember, Verminaard (and Ember) had just been attacked by Flamestrike before the Heroes fought him, so he was nowhere near full strength.
 

R_J_K75

Legend
Yeah, I thought that was R_J_K75's question...

A complete list of all the free stuff buried on WotC's various websites would be a lot more extensive. They tend not to delete content from their media server even when they delete the links!
The 3.5 archive page link I had no longer works and there was a bunch of free pdfs that came out on their site sometime between 2000-2003 I believe before 3.5 came out (I think) which you may be able to find if you fire up the way back machine. But I lost my bookmark for it.
 




mamba

Legend
I’m wondering that too. Hopefully, now that we’ve hit release day, we’ll get emails soon letting us know our physical products have shipped.
Personally I would have expected it to arrive yesterday or today. If I can get it faster and probably cheaper from Amazon, why get it from WotC?
 

pukunui

Legend
Personally I would have expected it to arrive yesterday or today. If I can get it faster and probably cheaper from Amazon, why get it from WotC?
I went with the WotC bundle so I could get the early DDB access. Also, with the free shipping to NZ, the cost for the physical + digital bundle was cheaper than if I'd bought the two items separately. I'm happy to wait for the physical book.
 

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