D&D Curse of Strahd Review – A Return to Ravenloft

The new D&D adventure Curse of Strahd™ comes out on March 15. When I first received my copy from Wizards of the Coast, I turned to the back of the book right away to see the fold out map and then I flipped through page by page. My initial impressions were positive, the book looks great and the maps in the book and the foldout are superb. This book is 256 pages of gothic goodness full of dread, monsters, magic and more. It’s a really solid purchase that will provide hours and hours of gameplay, especially since it is designed to be re-playable. This book will give you everything you need to run CoS as a campaign or provide you with a valuable sourcebook for adding gothic horror elements to your own campaign.

Rage of Demons: Out of the Abyss Review

The new D&D adventure Rage of Demons: Out of the Abyss was available at FLGS stores on Friday and will be available for everyone else on September 15. When I received my copy from Wizards of the Coast I did an initial flip through right away. My first impressions were positive and now that I have read the whole adventure I’ve put my thoughts down in this review. This book will give you everything you need for your group to play for a 15 level campaign or its can work nearly as well as a sourcebook for running your own Underdark adventure.

Elemental Evil: Princes of the Apocalypse Review

The new D&D adventure Elemental Evil: Princes of the Apocalypse comes out on Tuesday. I received my copy last week from Wizards of the Coast and started flipping through the book as quick as I could get it out of the box. My initial impressions were positive and never lessened as I read through the book. This book is 250+ pages of elemental awesomeness full of adventure, monsters, magic and more. It’s a really solid purchase that will provide hours and hours of gameplay. This book will give you everything you need to run PotA as a campaign or provide you with a valuable sourcebook for adding elemental themes to your own campaign.