|Play D&D? You Need Xanathar's Guide To Everything Crit For Brains
Continuing our series of reviews for Xanathar's Guide to Everything, I cover the new spells introduced in the supplement. If you have the cash to spare, Xanathar's Guide to Everything will make a welcome addition to your D&D library. While it's true that some of the information contained within its pages can be found for free online, it's also just a well-made thing, and I think everyone deserves to enjoy things that are well made. The little notes from the Xanathar, getting to hold the awesome character art in your hands, the ease of having tables printed out for you rather than trying to keep them open in a separate tab somewhereโฆit all adds up to a positive experience for me, and I think it will for you as well.
These aren't game-changing uber items, but rather rewards for close-knit parties and springboards for dynamic storytelling. Xanathar's continues the tradition of D&D's fifth edition by giving Dungeon Masters permission โ permission to be creative, permission to improvise, permission to bring surprise and joy and discovery into their games. At $29.99 on Amazon right now, it's an absolute steal.
At the heart of things, I was really only interested in a few spells, as the Core books for 5e we're exceptionally well rounded and left little else to be desired, on my end, both as a player and a DM. Still Xanathar's is a solid addition to those rules, and I feel could help others who might feel the need to branch out beyond the original Core books.
This book, then, is a manifestation of what the Xanathar knows about the various races, classes, spells, traps, and treasures of the world. Looked at another way, Xanathar's Guide to Everything (which I received for free fromย WotC)ย is a Player's Handbook II and Dungeon Master's Guide II to the Monster Manual II that is Volo's Guide to Monsters Here's what I think of it.
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