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Dungeons & Dragons Spelljammer: Adventures in Space | Review and Page-Through

Dungeons & Dragons Spelljammer: Adventures in Space Slipcase (Wizards of the Coast)Game Title: Dungeons & Dragons Spelljammer Adventures in Space

Publishers: Wizards of the Coast

Authors: Chris Perkins, Jeremy Crawford, Ari Levitch, Justice Ramin Arman, Sadie Lowry, and Jeffrey Ludwig

Artists: Bruce Brenniese, Hydro74, Oliver Bernard, David Rene Christiansen, Billy Christian, Kent Davis, Justin Gerard, Suzanne Helmigh, Ralph Horsley, Katerina Ladon, Olly Lawson, Robson Michel, Scott Murphy, David Auden Nash, Irina Nordsol, Jessica Nguyen, Robin Olausson, Claudio Pozas, Ned Rogers, Campbell White, Zuzanna Wuzyk, Kieran Yanner, Christoher Burdett, Kai Carpenter, Alayna Danner, Simon Dominic, Lars Grant-West, Titus Lunter, Warren Mahy, Andrew Mar, Brynn Metheney, Marta Nael, April Prime, Julio Reyna, Craig J Spearing, Matt Stewart, Cory Trego-Erdner, Brian Valeza, Randy Vargas, Svetlin Velinos, Shawn Wood, Tom Babbey, Mark Behn, Oliver Bernard, Alfven Ato, Tom Babbey, Zoltan Boros, Dmitry Burmak, Ekaterina Burmak, Nikki Dawes, Olga Drebas,, Merlin G.G., and Sidharth Chaturvedi

Genre: D&D setting, bestiary, and adventure collection

Year: 2022

Pages: 192 pages total plus a DM screen

MSRP: $69.99 for the slipcase set

I share my thoughts about each of the three books found within the Dungeons & Dragons Spelljammer Adventures in Space slip case set. Plus, learn who won my copy of the alternate art edition!

1:44 Taking on the Astral Adventurer’s Guide
15:30 Tackling Boo’s Astral Menagerie
19:38 Dipping into Light of Xaryxis and a peek at the DMs screen
27:00 Final thoughts and review score
33:35 Wrapping up

Jeff McAleer

Our Summary

Dungeons & Dragons Spelljammer: Adventures in Space | Review and Page-Through

There are things I like about the slipcase set, things I don't, and things which just left me scratching my head. Personally, I think the more invested you are in Spelljammer from back in the day the more disappointed you'll be by this product. I really believe WotC missed an opportunity to make Spelljamming ship battles a real highlight and the included adventure is far too reliant on combat and includes far too few ways to avoid the combat encounters littered all over the place. The bestiary is fun though and there are a good number of useful entries. All in all this is an okay release and might be worth your while depending on how you feel about Spelljammer in general.