D&D 5E Patton Oswalt playing at D&D Live!

WotC has announced a third celebrity D&D game at D&D Live in a couple of weeks. We've already heard about Jack Black and Kevin Smith, and about a group of wrestlers, and next.... it's Patton Oswalt, and a group of players in a game run by B. Dave Walters!

This year with Dungeons & Dragons, we bring you The Palace of the Vampire Queen! B. Dave Walters will lead cast of A.P. Bio Patton Oswalt, Nick Peine, Marisa Baram, Allisyn Ashley Arm & Jacon Houston to an ancient home reawakened.


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Scion of Murgen (He/Him)
I doubt it... that adventure is a dungeon delve mostly, which doesn't translate super well for these live events. I think it's probably more of an homage in the name that them actually planning on running that module.
I'm genuinely curious. I think playing the original was my first foray into OD&D, in a convention game run by Frank Mentzer ten or eleven years ago.


So it's part of the cast of AP bio. Has the show ever done a D&D episode?
I’ve seen every episode of that series and the later ones after it moved to peacock streaming for the newer season. and unless I’m completely forgetting one, then no, the series did not do a d&d episode.
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Scion of Murgen (He/Him)
The Lost Caverns of Tsojconth was slightly earlier. It didn't even had a code. In 1982 is was rereleased as The Lost Caverns of TsojcAnth, with a code.
The original Wintercon version of Tsojcanth came out in '76, the same year as Palace of the Vampire Queen; I don't have the exact dates for PotVQ but The Acaeum lists PotVQ as first.

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