D&D 5E Tal’Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn Releases January 18th 2022!

Critical Role's publishing arm, Darrington Press, has announced the release date for the...

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Critical Role's publishing arm, Darrington Press, has announced the release date for the Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn (which was originally published in 2017 by Green Ronin).

TAL’DOREI CAMPAIGN SETTING REBORN RELEASES JANUARY 18TH!
Mark your calendars, for Tal’Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn now has a release date: January 18, 2022! You’ll find it first at Critical Role shops (US, UK, CA, and AU) and Darrington Press Guild stores, followed soon after at friendly local gaming stores. The deluxe treatment from the team at Beadle & Grimm’s will release on January 30, featuring its own stunning in-world player handouts, maps, a GM screen, jewelry, and more—check out the preorder page for all the details.

 

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BRayne

Adventurer
Subclasses confirmed in the book:
  • Barbarian: Path of the Juggernaut
  • Bard: College of Tragedy
  • Cleric: Blood Domain
  • Cleric: Moon Domain
  • Druid: Circle of the Blighted
  • Monk: Way of the Cobalt Soul
  • Sorcerer: Runechild
  • Paladin: Oath of the Open Sea
  • Wizard: Blood Magic
Bold wasn't in the previous version of the book but had been shared. Italics are brand new
 




OakenHart

Adventurer
You know, I was at least expecting the Blood Hunter and Gunslinger Fighter subclass to be in this book as well so I'm a bit surprised not to see em in this.
Likely the DM's guild shenanigans that doesn't allow things published there to appear elsewhere for 3rd party products (I don't recall exact details, but it's something like that). I suspect that the Critical Role folk could probably get an exception if they pressed for it seeing as they are a huge reason for 5e's explosion among younger players, but who knows if it was something they tried or even wanted to try for.
 

grimslade

Krampus ate my d20s
Likely the DM's guild shenanigans that doesn't allow things published there to appear elsewhere for 3rd party products (I don't recall exact details, but it's something like that). I suspect that the Critical Role folk could probably get an exception if they pressed for it seeing as they are a huge reason for 5e's explosion among younger players, but who knows if it was something they tried or even wanted to try for.
Or publish it in a WotC published Critical Role book.
 




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