Spelljammer, an environment that combines fantasy and space travel, returns to Dungeons and Dragons. The Wizards of the Coast announced the return of the stage during a live D&D presentation on Thursday.Set of three parts, titled Spelljammer: A Space Adventure† It has its own bag, including double-sided cards and a dungeon home screen. Amazon appears to be available for pre-order now, with a list price of $69.99. The release date is set for August 16th.
First launched in 1989, Spelljammer is also a Spelljammer: A Space Adventure Written by Jeff Grubb. Originally published by TSR, it is still in print, with physical copies available through a partnership with OneBookShelf.
The setting takes its name from the spaceship of the same name, a huge flying machine piloted by a powerful wizard. You can see one of these in the trailer above. Spelljammers look like slender open-deck ships with distinctive wing-like sails, used to travel through space, across the skies of terrestrial planets, and even travel between different planes of existence. In this way, they’re used to connect many different settings in the D&D multiverse, including Forgotten Realms, Eberron, and Dragonlance’s Crane.
first of three parts Spelljammer: A Space Adventure it’s known Astral Adventurer’s Guide† Wizards says it includes everything a DM needs to run a campaign, as well as six new playable character options, most notably six games from recently released test footage. This includes zealous autognomes, hippopotamus-like bipedal venoms, primate-like hadozees, slimy plasmoids, astral elves, and insect triplets.
The name of the second book is Boo’s Astral Animals CollectionNamed after the tiny giant space hamster of the same name as the original Baldur’s Gate video games. Here’s where things get especially weird: The new monsters introduced on stage include evil space clowns, vampires, intelligent comets, and, of course, space dragons.
The last book is called Adventure Light of Tharexis† Set in the wilderness of Xinghai, contains 12 episodes, each ending in suspense. It is unclear at which level the character will begin or end the adventure.
This isn’t the first time Wizards has introduced such a case-filled collection. Monsters of the Mordencan Multiverse Released earlier this year as part of a three-piece set.accompanying book Spelljammer: A Space Adventure However, they are much thinner, with only 64 pages each. Previously published 5th edition D&D hardcovers typically exceed 250 pages each.
Spelljammer: A Space Adventure
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Spelljammer, a setting that blends high fantasy and space travel, is coming back to Dungeons & Dragons. Wizards of the Coast announced the setting’s return Thursday during the D&D Direct streaming presentation. The three-volume set, titled Spelljammer: Adventures in Space, comes packaged in its own slipcase, and includes a double-sided map and a Dungeon Master’s Screen. Pre-orders appear to be live now on Amazon with a list price of $69.99. Release date is set for Aug. 16.
Spelljammer was first introduced in 1989, also as a boxed set titled Spelljammer: Adventures in Space written by Jeff Grubb. Published originally by TSR, it’s still in print with physical copies available via a partnership with OneBookShelf.
The setting gets its name from its eponymous starships, massive flying vessels piloted by powerful wizards. You can see one in action in the teaser trailer above. Spelljammers look like elegant, open-decked vessels with distinctive, wing-like sails used to travel through space, through the air of terrestrial planets, and even between different planes of existence. In this way they’ve been used to connect the many disparate settings of the D&D multiverse, including The Forgotten Realms, Eberron, and Dragonlance’s Krynn.
The first of the three volumes in Spelljammer: Adventures in Space is titled Astral Adventurer’s Guide. Wizards says it contains everything DMs need to run a campaign as well as six new options for playable characters — specifically all six of the races included in recently released playtest materials. That includes the industrious autognome, the bipedal hippo-like giff, the primate-like hadozee, the oozy plasmoids, astral elves, and the insectile thri-kreen.
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The second book is titled Boo’s Astral Menagerie, named after the eponymous miniature giant space hamster from the original Baldur’s Gate video game. Here’s where things get particularly odd: Among the new monsters being introduced to the setting are evil space clowns, vampirates, sentient comets, and, of course, space dragons.
The final book is an adventure called Light of Xaryxis. Set in Wildspace in the Astral Sea, it includes 12 episodes, each of which end in a cliffhanger. It’s not known at this time what levels characters will start or finish the adventure at.
This isn’t the first time that Wizards has unveiled these kinds of slipcase-packed collections. Mordenkainen’s Monsters of the Multiverse was released as part of a three-volume set earlier this year. The books included with Spelljammer: Adventures in Space are, however, much slimmer at just 64 pages each. Previously released hardcover materials for 5th edition D&D are generally well in excess of 250 pages each.
Spelljammer: Adventures in Space
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