Web DM have a successful Kickstarter running for a 5e D&D supplement for DMs and groups into exploration play and worldbuilding.
It’s the first Kickstarter from the popular video channel, and it asked for $18,500 to fund. There’s a full 30 days left on the Kickstarter clock, and the pledge pot is currently at $147,000 and growing. You can see the latest tally and join in from the pitch page.
The Dungeons & Dragons powered book is geared up for post-apocalyptic fantasy settings that use player-driven campaigns.
Introduced in the supplement is a new class, the psion, who can shape reality, forge telepathic links with creatures and sense beyond the usual range of perceptions.
There are new subclasses, new mechanics for exploration-based play, ten locations ready for your new world and new monsters. Worlds of Web DM: Weird Wastelands offers adventure hooks, tools for DMs, adds new spells, and suggests post-apocalyptic fantasy factions.
The famous Monte Cook will write the forward, and throughout the whole supplement, you’ll get the usual Web DM guidance.
2CGaming are involved and hosting a free promo download of the document. I got a “time has run out” prompt there, a clock showing 0 hours left, but I could still add the sample to my cart after dismissing the message.
A pledge of $25 to further fund the successful Kickstarter will unlock the PDF for you, and one of $55 adds the hardback. There are limited numbers available of the hardback, and this tier is newly sold out!
Equally, the deluxe print at $100 is limited, but more copies are left to reserve here. That may change quickly when the main hardback becomes unavailable through the Kickstarter, though.
There’s the Collector’s Box at the top of the remaining tiers at $350, which includes such delights as a Wasteland Flask and Dice Satchel.
Estimated delivery for the PDF is around March 2022, and the printed hardback in September. The deluxe print comes a little later and in December 2022.
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