Artists: Karl Kersch, Even Amundsen, Jonah Baumann, Mark Behm, Eric Belisle, Dan Bittencourt, Zoltan Boros, Wesley Burt, Clint Cearley, Jedd Chevrier, Chippy, David Rene Christensen, CoupleOfKooks, Joma Cueto, Alayna Danner, Kent Davis, Nikki Dawes, Axel Defois, Olga Drebas, Lars Grant-West, Julian Kok, Linda Lithen, Jessica Mahon, Andrew Mar, Marcela Medeiros, Robson Michel, Gani Montes, Irina Nordsol, Stephen Oakley, Robin Olausson, Claudio Pozas, Livia Prima, Jenn Ravenna, Nick Robles, Caio E Santos, David Sladek, Brian Valeza, Anna Veltkamp, Richarrd Whitters, Shawn Wood, Zuzanna Wuzyk, and Anna Zee
Genre: Critical Role setting sourcebook for Dungeons & Dragons
The Explorer's Guide to Wildemount could have simply been put together as a cash grab by WotC to take advantage of the massive popularity of Critical Role. Thankfully, that's not the case and the Guide is actually an extremely well done sourcebook. DMs looking for a new world to drop their next campaign or further D&D tales into will be very pleased by what's in this book; essentially a trio of sourcebooks covering the game world, character options, and four adventures. I know many people are clamoring for new releases of classic D&D settings, and I completely understand, but at least they can rest easy knowing an exception supplement has been released while they continue to wait.
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...