IGN was lately given an early have a look at The Deck of Many Issues, a group containing two books and a pack of playing cards for Dungeons & Dragons that can deal with the all-power artifact that has appeared in numerous D&D books and video video games previously. Right here’s every little thing we all know up to now:
Launch Date: November 14, 2023
Value: $59.95 (estimated)
Size: 272 pages, between two books & a 66-card deck
The Deck of Many Issues is a set of two books and a deck of playing cards increasing upon the magical artifact seen elsewhere in D&D. The cardboard deck itself comprises 66 playing cards, 22 of which have been discovered within the unique model plus 44 new ones. The Ebook of Many Issues, a sourcebook that gives choices for incorporating the deck into your campaigns, and The Card Reference Information which teaches methods to use the playing cards.
The Deck of Many Issues
The deck itself consists of totally illustrated playing cards absent any form of description, merely meant to characterize the playing cards as they could seem inside the D&D universe. The 22 playing cards from the unique deck return accompanied by 44 new choices.
The Ebook of Many Issues
This accompanying 192-page e-book “illustrates the deck’s mysteries and supplies every little thing gamers and Dungeon Masters want to make use of it in-game.” This consists of recommendation on utilizing the deck, journey places, new monsters, character choices, magic gadgets, and organizations which have all been impressed by the enduring deck.
The Card Reference Information
This 80-page guidebook exhibits methods to use the playing cards both as a conventional oracle deck or to create D&D adventures impressed by the playing cards. In a single such mode the deck can be utilized to generate adventures randomly by laying out the playing cards and “studying” them in the identical type as a fortune telling.
That’s every little thing we find out about The Deck of Many Issues up to now!
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