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Dungeons & Dragons: Ghosts of Saltmarsh – Reviewed on The Daily Dope #304

I review the latest adventure supplement for 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons, Ghosts of Saltmarsh, from Wizards of the Coast. Plus the latest tabletop gaming news from Cubicle 7 Entertainment, Stygian Fox Publishing, Bundle of Holding, Free League Publishing, and more.

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6:30 Tabletop gaming news of the day
24:22 GM Tip of the Day
26:26 What’s coming up on future episodes of The Daily Dope
34:12 Breaking down. paging through the book, and reviewing Ghost of Saltmarsh
1:24:42 Final thoughts and the review score

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8.4 TGG SCORE
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While a majority of the content in Ghost of Saltmarsh has appeared previously, either as published TSR modules or adventures in Dungeon magazine, there's still plenty to recommend adding the supplement to your collections. The U series of adventures, as well as a couple of the stand alone adventures range from solid to great and each is expanded upon rather than simply converted to 5th edition. I especially like the inclusion of a fully fleshed out town of Saltmarsh and the ability to utilize the adventures in a campaign. I do have a few minor quibbles (hackneyed skill checks, monsters not having images, lack of an index, etc) but still feel most Dungeon Masters and players will enjoy the supplement.
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While a majority of the content in Ghost of Saltmarsh has appeared previously, either as published TSR modules or adventures in Dungeon magazine, there's still plenty to recommend adding the supplement to your collections. The U series of adventures, as well as a couple of the stand alone adventures range from solid to great and each is expanded upon rather than simply converted to 5th edition. I especially like the inclusion of a fully fleshed out town of Saltmarsh and the ability to utilize the adventures in a campaign. I do have a few minor quibbles (hackneyed skill checks, monsters not having images, lack of an index, etc) but still feel most Dungeon Masters and players will enjoy the supplement.

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    Dungeons & Dragons: Ghosts of Saltmarsh – Reviewed on The Daily Dope #304

    Jeff reviews the latest adventure supplement for 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons, Ghosts of Saltmarsh, from Wizards of the Coast. Plus the latest tabletop gaming news.
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