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Dungeons & Dragons: Planescape – Adventures in the Multiverse Review

Dungeons & Dragons: Planescape Adventures in the Multiverse Slipcase Set (Wizards of the Coast)Title: Dungeons & Dragons Planescape – Adventures in the Multiverse

Publisher: Wizards of the Coast

Authors: Justice Ramin Arman, Dan Dillon, F. Wesley Schneider, and Ben Petrisor

Artists: Tony DiTerlizzi, Tyler Jacobson, Alfven Ato, Luca Bancone, Alix Branwyn, Bruce Brenneise, Kai Carpenter, CoupleOfKooks, Nikki Dawes, Max Dunbar, Michele Giorgi, Oksana Kerro, PINDURSKI, One Pixel Brush, Sam Keiser, Linda Lithen, Adrián Ibarra Lugo, Warren Mahy, Robson Michel, Calder Moore, Riccardo Moscatello, Martin Mottet, Vicki Pangestu, Mike Pape, Claudio Pozas, Noor Rahman, Matias Tapia, Terraform Studios, Zuzanna Wuzyk, Magali Villeneuve, Marco Bernardini, Zoltan Boros, Axel Defois, E.W. Hekaton, Quintin Gleim, Jane Katsubo, Julian Kok, Dave Melvin, Robson Michel, Aaron Miller, David Auden Nash, Dmitry Burmak, Hinchel Or, Mike Pape, Andrea Piparo, Chris Seaman, Cory Trego-Erdner, Jabari Weathers, Mark Behm, Eric Belisle, Olivier Bernard, Christopher Burdett, Ekaterina Burmak, Kent Davis, Julie Dillon, Jessica Fong, Isabel Gibney, Quintin Gleim, Katerina Ladon, Dave Melvin, Irina Nordsol, Claudio Pozas, Taras Susak, Matias Tapia, John Tedrick, Brian Valeza, and Kieran Yanner

Genre: Dungeons & Dragons setting, bestiary, adventure, and Dungeon Masters screen contained in a slipcase set

Year: 2023

Pages: 256 pages

MSRP: $84.99 for the slipcase set or $94.99 for the physical and digital bundle at D&D Beyond

I dive in to share my unvarnished review of the latest slipcase set release for Dungeons & Dragons, Planescape – Adventures in the Multiverse, from Wizards of the Coast. The slipcase contains Sigil and the outlands, Morte’s Planar Parade, and Fortune’s Turn of Fate, as well as a Dungeon Masters screen. The three volumes combined contain 256 pages of material.

3:10 A peek at the DM screen
3:40 Discussing Sigil and the Outlands
16:00 A look at Morte’s Planar Parade
22:43 Tackling Turn of Fortune’s Wheel
41:44 Final thoughts and review score
55:20 Wrapping up

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    Dungeons & Dragons: Planescape – Adventures in the Multiverse Review

    I like the setting book and gazetteer, while in indifferent to the bestiary, and the adventure is just plain awful. I find the setting to be intriguing but I also have the feeling this 5E version of Planescape is far different in it's fundamental tenants of the setting than the original version. The adventure is unbelievably bad with a multitude of issues from feeling like none of it was ever playtested to boring and repetitive quests to the player characters never actually traveling to any other plane. All told? A rather uninspiring product and it looks as if Wizards of the Coast knew full well they were unleashing a lackluster release on 5E D&D fans.
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