D&D 5E Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel Table of Contents

Take a peek at the table of contents of Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel (as shared by BoLS). The book contains the 13 adventures we already know of, a chapter introducing the citadel itself, and a chapter of stat blocks. The hardcover comes out next week, after some production delays.

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Russ Morrissey

Russ Morrissey








I'm not really interested in the actual Radiant Citadel - but I'm planning to strip the adventures and integrate them into my homebrew, since my campaign world has a wide variety of cultures and this is the first product basically allowing me to find adventures for all the different parts of my world.
 


Jer

Legend
Supporter
This is exciting to me. I hope this format works because the idea of getting mini-settings mixed with adventures in those mini-settings is one that is really attractive to me.

I'd love to have seen Ravenloft done up this way - I personally tend to get a much better feel for a setting from adventures set in that setting rather than from pure setting write ups or even game fiction.
 

Retreater

Legend
Looking at the page counts, they seem like a collection of one-shots. Those are valuable to have, but why have a gazetteer and lots of background information for a one-shot - when you play it and you're done in four hours?
 



This is exciting to me. I hope this format works because the idea of getting mini-settings mixed with adventures in those mini-settings is one that is really attractive to me.

I'd love to have seen Ravenloft done up this way - I personally tend to get a much better feel for a setting from adventures set in that setting rather than from pure setting write ups or even game fiction.
100% agreed

Show the setting with adventures don't tell me about the setting with encyclopedia entry.
 

Parmandur

Book-Friend
Looking at the page counts, they seem like a collection of one-shots. Those are valuable to have, but why have a gazetteer and lots of background information for a one-shot - when you play it and you're done in four hours?
The point is a Stargate SG-1 style "Planet of the Week" style campaign: a series of one-shot Adventures, but with some meat for each Setting that can be reused or expanded by the DM...or on DMsGuild.
 





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