5E So...Volo, Xanathar...who's next?

Durnan's guide to Undermountain, perhaps?

I do like the Nezram's Guide to the Planes angle, also Drizzt's Guide to Icewind Dale (or the North)...

I would LOVE to see a rehash of the Damara/Vaasa region, coupled with a rehash of the "Throne of Bloodstone" series, as an intro to high-level play (a "Mythic-Level Play book," if you will.) However, that might be a bit too far-fetched to gain a large audience.
Between SCAG and SKT, the North has been pretty well covered (other than possibly going a bit more in-depth with Waterdeep). And OotA did a good job of covering the northern Underdark as well. So I'm not sure what sort of product they could use his name on...
 

77IM

Explorer!!!
Alustriel's Guide to Magic
Mordenkainen's Guide to Greyhawk
Elminster's Guide to Nothing
 
Yeah, no more the North. I like the North, but it has been done to death. I like the Nezram's Guide to the Planes idea, and could also see a hybrid Waterdeep/Undermountain guide.

My apologies about assuming Xanathar's gender :p
 

Shemeska

Adventurer
[MENTION=11697]Shemeska[/MENTION]'s Guide to Sigil and Beyond.
I'd love to work on such a thing and think I could do a bang up job on it, but I'd be surprised if anyone at WotC knows who I am right now. My only 5e product wasn't released through the DM's Guild, and nobody I worked with however briefly in 4e is still there as far as I know. Plus I'm going back to school in August, so my freelance availability will be meager and ultra selective.
 

happyhermit

Explorer
Tasha and Otto's Guide to Parties?

Get it, parties? No, then how about Tasha's Guide to Hilarious Humour? My S.O is telling me that I might want to look into a product like that.
 

ScaleyBob

Explorer
Iggwilv's Guide to the Abyss, and all it touches.

Iggwilv (who has one of the daftest names in all of D&D) is one of the few female characters of any real importance from the early days of the game. It'd be good to see her have some pride of place.

I doubt we'd see a Demononicon again as it's a bit too specifically topical for the current style of supplement, but as Demons turn up everywhere, it could be used as an excuse to do a Planar Handbook.
 

Staffan

Adventurer
Ok. Stupid question time. Who the heck is Xanathar?
The Xanathar is a title taken by the beholder who is in charge of the Xanathar's Thieves' Guild in Waterdeep. I think back in 2e they were on the 2nd or 3rd Xanathar, and by now it's more like 4th to 6th.
 

Johnny3D3D

Adventurer
Iggwilv's Guide to the Abyss, and all it touches.

Iggwilv (who has one of the daftest names in all of D&D) is one of the few female characters of any real importance from the early days of the game. It'd be good to see her have some pride of place.

I doubt we'd see a Demononicon again as it's a bit too specifically topical for the current style of supplement, but as Demons turn up everywhere, it could be used as an excuse to do a Planar Handbook.
I was going to say Zagyg, but I like your idea more.
 

MonkeezOnFire

Explorer
Elminster's guide to Dating Deities
Drizzt's guide to Overcoming Discrimination
The Lady of Pain's Ǵ̴̸̘̞̩͉̼̞̠͔̱͎̘̹̼̫̣͘̕ͅu̸̡̦̟̱̙̖̫̗̪͕̱̻͕̥̬̳̗̣͙i̵̸̢͉̺̖̯͢d͏̡͍̙̪̫̝̲̪̯̘͎͙ȩ͓̟͔̯͎̭̗̙̯̺̭̝̻̳̩͘͠ ̢̪̻̼̩͎̼͇͖͕́́͟͡t̼͓͔̦͚̘̥̙͚̜̞͖͎̜̬͎̼̝̕͝ͅò̸̭͇͙̣̙͓̝̱͇̥̺̕ ̥̝̘̞͜Ṣ̡̖̬̰i̛̭̲̱̟͎̰͎̱͕̗̙͢g̷͉͇͉̞̰̥̫̗í̶͇̘͕̞̼̝̣̲͕̪̤̯͈̘̠̕͟͟l̵̸̨͙̤̬̤̭͖͔̹̠̗̺̺̤̱͚͟
 

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