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Tome of Beasts III: Lairs for 5E Reviewed on The Gaming Gang Dispatch #886

Tome of Beasts III: Lairs (Kobold Press)Game Title: Tome of Beasts III: Lairs

Publisher: Kobold Press

Authors: Eytan Bernstein, Benjamin Eastman, Robert Fairbanks, Basheer Ghouse, Richard Green, Jeff Lee, Sarah Madsen, Jonathan Miley, Kelly Pawlik, Sebastian Rombach, Brian Suskind, and Mike Welham

Artists: Mark Zug, Bruno Balixa, Miguel Regodón Harkness, Michael Jaecks, Marcel Mercado, William O’Brien, Ian Perks, Roberto Pitturru, Addison Rankin, Kiki Moch Rizki, Florian Stitz, Bryan Syme, and Egil Thompson

Year: 2022

Genre: 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons adventure collection tied into the Tome of Beasts III

Pages: 162 pages

MSRP: $39.99 for the hardcover or $24.99 in PDF at DriveThruRPG

On this edition of the live show, I review the Tome of Beasts III: Lairs 5E adventure collection from Kobold Press. Plus the latest tabletop gaming news from Mongoose Publishing, Steamforged Games, Simon Burley Productions, Modiphius Entertainment, Atomic Overmind Press, and more.

4:58 Tabletop gaming news
29:57 Gen Con housing portal, random musings, and a brief intermission
42:01 Tome of Beasts III: Lairs reviewed
55:00 Final thoughts and review score
58:01 Wrapping up

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    Tome of Beasts III: Lairs for 5E Reviewed on The Gaming Gang Dispatch #886

    Tome of Beasts III: Lairs is filled with 23 adventures, many of which as simply alright. There are a few tales which I like quite a bit and also some clunkers mixed in too. While this certainly isn't the best Kobold Press release I've reviewed it's certainly better than the worst D&D releases from Wizards of the Coast.
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