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5E Neverland: It's Peter Pan for D&D!

Andrews McMeel Publishing has released a D&D 5E setting based on the world of Peter Pan.

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"Created by award-winning designer Andrew Kolb, endless escapades unfold – with a fascinating and mysterious cast featuring Mermaids, Crocodiles, Pirates and Fairies, but also Giants, Gnomes, and a Great White Bird. The book is a feature-length hex crawl campaign, intended for sandbox exploration. Adapted from the tales of Peter Pan and tailored for an older audience, each hex is self-contained, brimming with lore from Peter Pan and the Darlings’ escapades."

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I'm not sure how Peter Pan's stats compare to those in Mythological Figures & Maleficent Monsters! Anyway, you can buy it now for $24.99.

 
Russ Morrissey

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Rosenet

Explorer
I was confused to find out on the purchase sites that this is a pre-order available 10/6/20. The beginning of the article incorrectly says this has been released and doesnt mention the pre-release status. Maybe edit the article for clarity?
 

Morrus

Well, that was fun
Staff member
I was confused to find out on the purchase sites that this is a pre-order available 10/6/20. The beginning of the article incorrectly says this has been released and doesnt mention the pre-release status. Maybe edit the article for clarity?
Ah, my bad! Thanks!

I saw 10/6/2020 and thought "how did I miss that coming out in June?" - forgot Americans do it backwards!
 




Eyes of Nine

Everything's Fine
That's cool that a mainstream publisher is releasing an RPG (even if it's just a setting).
I wonder if 5e is really the best system for playing a Lost Boys or Peter and the Darling type adventures... Guess we'll see.
 

Wrathamon

Explorer
That's cool that a mainstream publisher is releasing an RPG (even if it's just a setting).
I wonder if 5e is really the best system for playing a Lost Boys or Peter and the Darling type adventures... Guess we'll see.
I think the core system rules are fine for it. I dont think the class/race/spell framework chassis works very well. It would need new character content for it to "feel" right and maybe some secondary system to help capture the storybook fantasy more.
 


Ravenbrook

Explorer
My problem would be to find anyone to play it with. That aside, I'm a bit surprised that they're doing this, given that J.M. Barrie is a controversial figure, to say the least.
 

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