WotC WotC Adds 'Partnered Content' to DnDBeyond--Starting With Critical Role's Tal’dorei Campaign Setting


One of the promises Wizards of the Coast made in the aftermath of the Open Gaming License 'crisis' back in January was that D&D Beyond would eventually have some kind of third party marketplace. Up until now, only official D&D books from WotC have been available there.

Now, however, there is a section of 'partnered content' -- six titles, including three Critical Role sourcebooks, as well as some older licensed items like the Rick & Morty boxed set and the Minecraft monster tie-in. The latter were already on DDB, but the 'Partnered Content' home for them is new, as is the Tal-'dorei Campaign Setting.

As of now you can pick up Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, Call of the Netherdeep, and the Tal'dorei Campaign Setting Reborn.

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While this 'partnered content' is a long way yet from the third-party marketplace mentioned earlier this year (which is likely a a couple of years away), it is notable that third party content is now appearing on the site.
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Heretic of The Seventh Circle
It's terrible it gives me results from stuff I don't own, even if the results are from stuff I do also.
Yep, and you have to spell it exactly right, it often won’t accept part of a phrase, it can’t seem to access the same search engine that powers the search function within a set of rules, such as searching with spells, feats, magic items, etc.

It’s just bad.

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Interesting. I would have expected a bit of fanfare for this development. I wonder what will be next. Darrington has already a special relationship, since they have produced several books published by WotC. KP maybe isn't too likely, since the are working on a "competing" 5e. Maybe stuff from DM's Guild?

Technically Kobold Press and Green Ronin already have books published on D&D, KP were contracted by WotC to do the Tyranny of Dragons adventures and Green Ronin did the SCAG contracted by WotC. It's just not in the parterners section because all these books are set in FR, sticking them in partner section would be confusing.

The real mystery is why not Stranger Things.

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