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Dungeons & Dragons Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything | Review and Page-Through

Jeff shares his thoughts about the latest D&D supplement, Tasha's Cauldron of Everything

Dungeons & Dragons: Tasha's Cauldron of Everything (Wizards of the Coast)Title: Dungeons & Dragons – Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything

Publisher: Wizards of the Coast

Authors: Jeremy Crawford, Dan Dillon, Ben Petrisor, F. Wesley Schneider, and Elisa Teague

Artists: Magali Villeneuve, Wylie Beckert, Mark Behm, Eric Belisle, Zoltan Boros, Christopher Burdett, Sidharth Chaturvedi, David Rene Christensen, Nikki Dawes, Olga Drebas, Caroline Gariba, Sam Keiser, Julian Kok, Titus Lunter, Andrew Mar, Marcela M Edeiros, Brynn Metheney, Robson Michel, Scott Murphy, Irina Nordsol, Robin O lausson, Claudio Pozas, Livia Prima, April Prime, David Sladek, Crystal Sully, Brian Valeza, Svetlin Velinov, Anna Veltkamp, Shawn Wood, Zuzanna Wuzyk, and Kieran Yanner

Year: 2020

Genre: Tome of optional content for Dungeons & Dragons

Pages: 192 pages

Price: $49.95 for the hardcover

I share my thoughts about the latest supplement for Dungeons & Dragons. Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything, from Wizards of the Coast, is filled with loads of optional rules for both players and Dungeon Masters. Is this tome filled with optional Dungeons & Dragons rules a great option for you to pick up? Or should we slam the lid on this cauldron and get as far away as possible from this homebrew as we can? You’ll find out!

03:25 Chapter One – Character Options
10:23 Chapter Two – Group Patrons
13:57 Chapter Three – Magical Miscellany
16:30 Chapter Four – Dungeon Master Tools
24:00 Final thoughts and review score

5.9 VISITORS' SCORE (2 votes)
I feel most players and Dungeons Masters will find a lot of useful gaming material inside Tasha's Cauldron of Everything. Granted, there were a few areas which are seriously underdeveloped such as the sections about parlaying with monsters and using puzzles in your adventures but, for the most part, I really like a ton of what's in this book. I do think the price point is a bit high for 192 pages though as we've seen D&D volume with 100+ more pages than this in the past at the same $49.95.
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Jeff McAleer

Founder/Editor-in-chief of The Gaming Gang website and host of The Gaming Gang Dispatch and other TGG media, Jeff tackles any and all sorts of games but has a special fondness for strategy, conflict sims, and roleplaying games. Plus, he's certainly never at a loss for an opinion...

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