Critical Roll, Roll20, and Wizards of the Coast have announced the release of a free adventure from the Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount is now available on the virtual tabletop app. The Frozen Sick adventure is fully integrated for the VTT, including all monsters placed right on the adventure maps, and ready to drag-and-drop to create any additional encounters. This announcement comes on the heels of Roll20 offering many free additions to their app to promote Stay at Home, Play at Home.
Critical Role and Wizards of the Coast have partnered with Roll20 to give online tabletop RPG players free access to one of the first adventures in Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount, WOTC’s new Dungeons & Dragons sourcebook released today. Roll20 is an expert in dosing out social-distance solutions for game night, with a virtual tabletop that connects over five million players and DMs. Through this partnership, players can create their own online campaigns rooted in the breakout world of RPG hit, Critical Role.
Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount is the ultimate source for playing D&D on the continent of Wildemount – featuring a vibrant gazetteer to guide you through new cities, cultures, and conflicts. For those more mechanically minded, Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount introduces new character options, items, spells and creatures. Integrate Wildemount into your game, or start a whole new story in the world of Critical Role!
“Roll20’s mission has always been to unite gamers across any distance, and we’re working hard at continuing that pursuit as we see the world’s need to move their gaming gatherings online,” said Nolan T. Jones, Managing Partner of Roll20. “Critical Role has united and created millions of Dungeons & Dragons fans around the world, and we’re excited to offer their new playable adventures so gamers can continue expanding their hobby.”
Roll20 is a free service, funded by subscribers who receive features that assist advanced gameplay. On Friday, they promoted access to free and inexpensive content to entertain people and help them connect while they are in isolation.