More Details About Laeral Silverhand’s Explorer’s Kit

This press release just dropped into my inbox. Laeral Silverhand Explorer’s Kit contains dice, cards, and a map. This comes out on the same day as the as-yet unnamed D&D hardcover on March 17th, whose identity will be revealed on Thursday.

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Explore the realms! Wizards of the Coast once again is presenting new dice and miscellany for the world’s greatest roleplaying game. Forgotten Realms Laeral Silverhand Explorer’s Kit builds on the success of Waterdeep: Dragon Heist. Forgotten Realms Laeral Silverhand Explorer’s Kit will be available in stores everywhere on March 17, 2020!

Let Laeral Silverhand – Open Lord of Waterdeep, centuries-old archmage, and daughter of the goddess of magic – guide you on your path to adventure. The new kit includes eleven dice placed in a durable, felt-lined box that functions as two dice trays. Fans can also enjoy the twenty illustrated, double-sided cards detailing Laeral’s expert insights on key characters, locations, and lore from across the Forgotten RealmsTM and a foldout double-sided map of the Sword Coast and city of Waterdeep.
  • Eleven dice (two d20s, one d12, two d10s, one d8, four d6s, one d4).
  • Twenty illustrated, double-sided cards detailing Laeral's expert insights on key characters, locations, and lore from across the Forgotten Realms.
  • A durable, felt-lined box that functions as two dice trays.
  • Foldout double-sided map of the Sword Coast and the city of Waterdeep.
 
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Parmandur

Legend
No it doesn't. The marketplace tells you what is popular. Interesting is rarely popular. Boring unimaginative soap opera and constructed reality TV are what the marketplace likes.
"Interesting to you" ≠ "interesting to everyone." I would say that a good, solid definition of "popular" is simply "interesting to a large number of people."

Soap Operas and reality TV are, in fact, both very interesting, from multiple angles, which more goes to prove my point, so thank you.
 
"Interesting to you" ≠ "interesting to everyone." I would say that a good, solid definition of "popular" is simply "interesting to a large number of people."

Soap Operas and reality TV are, in fact, both very interesting, from multiple angles, which more goes to prove my point, so thank you.
Nope. The Forgotten Realms is "comfortable", "familiar", "conventional", "unchallenging". That's enough to make it popular. My own game is set there for those reasons. It's only "interesting" in the way a blank piece of paper is "interesting" it's a good place to put any idea you like.

Interesting things are "different", "challenging", "unconventional", "difficult" and therefore are rarely popular.
 

Parmandur

Legend
Nope. The Forgotten Realms is "comfortable", "familiar", "conventional", "unchallenging". That's enough to make it popular. My own game is set there for those reasons. It's only "interesting" in the way a blank piece of paper is "interesting" it's a good place to put any idea you like.

Interesting things are "different", "challenging", "unconventional", "difficult" and therefore are rarely popular.
No, "interesting" means "holding or catching the attention." Since you set your games in the Forgotten Realms, it is holding your attention, that is, you find it interesting.
 

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