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Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes Reviewed on The Daily Dope for May 21st, 2018

I review the latest Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition supplement, Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes, from Wizards of the Coast. Plus the latest news from Second Gate Games, Free League Publishing, Paradox Interactive, DriveThruRPG, and more.

00:15 Show opens
02:50 News of the day
24:50 What’s on the show this week as well as roleplaying remotely with Fantasy Grounds
33:48 Mordenkainen’s Toe of Foes reviewed and a giveaway for my copy of the limited edition

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While the latest supplement might not be a must have for all players and GM's, the book is still an extremely well produced addition. Personally, I love digging into the background and lore of an RPG setting so those chapters are right up my ally. Plus, the bestiary includes many higher challenge creatures, something the system has needed more of for a while. My only real knock is that about 15 pages of material from Out of the Abyss is recycled in the Tome of Foes.
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While the latest supplement might not be a must have for all players and GM's, the book is still an extremely well produced addition. Personally, I love digging into the background and lore of an RPG setting so those chapters are right up my ally. Plus, the bestiary includes many higher challenge creatures, something the system has needed more of for a while. My only real knock is that about 15 pages of material from Out of the Abyss is recycled in the Tome of Foes.

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