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Dungeons & Dragons: Bigby Presents – Glory of the Giants Reviewed

Title: Dungeons & Dragons: Bigby Presents – Glory of the Giants

Publisher: Wizards of the Coast

Authors: James Wyatt, Makenzie De Armas, Dan Dillon, Ben Petrisor, and Jason Tondro

Artists: Cynthia Sheppard, Olena Richards, Carlo Arellano, Francesca Baerald, Eric Belisle, Olivier Bernard, Christopher Burdett, Dmitry Burmak, Dawn Carlos, Kai Carpenter, Manuel Castañón, Bud Cook, Kent Davis, Nikki Dawes, Olga Drebas, Sarah Finnigan, Evyn Fong, Jessica Fong, Tony Foti, Isabel Gibney, Michele Giorgi, Quintin Gleim, Alexandre Honoré, Julian Kok, Katerina Ladon, Adrián Ibarra Lugo, Warren Mahy, Andrew Mar, Brynn Metheney, Robson Michel, Riccardo Moscatello, Irina Nordsol, Hinchel Or, Vicki Pangestu, Claudio Pozas, Arash Radkia, Chris Rahn, Julio Reyna, Ilya Shkipin, Matias Tapia, Brian Valeza, Jabari Weathers, and Dyson Logos

Genre: D&D supplement focusing on giants

Year: 2023

Pages: 192 pages

MSRP: $59.95 for the hardcover or get the physical and digital bundle at D&D Beyond for $69.95

I share my thoughts about the latest Dungeons & Dragons supplement, Bigby Presents: Glory of the Giants, from Wizards of the Coast. This new sourcebook focuses on giants throughout the worlds of D&D.

1:52 Discussing what I like and also not so keen on with Dungeons & Dragons Bigby Presents: Glory of the Giants
19:39 Wrapping up

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    Dungeons & Dragons: Bigby Presents – Glory of the Giants Reviewed

    I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by D&D Bigby Presents: Glory of the Giants. Granted, Wizards of the Coast continues to play up the character options in these books while the reality is there isn't more than just a handful of pages devoted to what turns out to be cool but hardly earth shattering new options. The focus on giants with DM advice on adventures and campaigns is well done as it the overview of giant society. While there are some head scratchers in the bestiary, overall the new creatures are well done. I can solidly recommend picking up this tome for DMs who are interested in telling tales featuring giants, although the pricing of the book is far too high.
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