New cooking-themed character classes, dessert familiars, a pre-written adventure and, of course, rules for cooking and eating Dungeons & Dragon’s monsters. Tempted?
Nearly 1,500 backers of Dragon Stew’s Kickstarter are! The project asked for €4,000 to fund and at the time of writing as well over €50,000 pledged.
Notice those Euro symbols? Dragon Stew is a D&D supplement being written and illustrated in Paris, France. You can visit the campaign page for more info.
It’s a charming Kickstarter pitch video that makes great use of Antonio Demico’s illustrations.
A pledge of €15 is enough for a digital copy of Dragon Stew, all the stretch goals, access to the Discord and wallpapers for mobile and desktop. That’s generous, and I suspect we’re seeing Demico’s background in computer games coming through.
Step up to €40 (about £34), and your digital copy becomes a physical book.
If you’re very keen, you can go in at the €500 level and help design your own dessert familiar.
Speaking of those familiars, I think pun-names are mandatory. Here we can find a Dog Roll, a Mochat, a Craboissant and even an eclairret.
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