If you check out Matthew Lillard’s filmography on Wikipedia it’s impressive. Here’s there in Scream. Geeks will know him as Maniac from Wing Commander, but I’ll admit it’s the Scooby-Doo that comes to mind for me where he voices Shaggy (and has twice played the character in movies).
Lillard is also part of Beadle & Grimm’s, a publisher that takes books like the latest D&D hardback, Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft and turns them into luxury, detailed, envy-inducing, collectables.
The Silver Edition of Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft, as adapted by Beadle & Grimm’s, has just been announced.
What do you get for your money?
- The book, broken out into four easy-to-digest booklets
- Three different in-world jewellery pieces
- Encounter Cards (40)
- In-World Handouts
- Four short bonus adventures in four different Domains of Dread
- Battlemaps for the House of Lament adventure included in Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft and our original bonus encounters
- Player maps for Domains of Dread like Lamordia, Kalakeri, and, of course, Barovia
- Artwork pulled from the book on high-quality paper
And that’s the silver edition. Beadle & Grimm’s have done gold and even platinum editions of books before. And legendary ones.
The other D&D 5e Ravenloft book is one such example. The Legendary Edition of Curse of Strahd is a cool $399 plus shipping from the bookmaker.
- Beadle & Grimm’s Silver Edition: Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft.
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