The Explorer's Guide to Wildemount is D&D latest official campaign setting and it's taken directly from the hugely popular Critical Role. In fact, Matthew Mercer is the lead author on the project.
Critical Role is a weekly live show in which voice actors play the roleplaying game Dungeons & Dragons. Led by Matthew Mercer, as the Dungeon Master, and featuring Travis Willingham, Marisha Ray, Taliesin Jaffe, Ashley Johnson, Liam O'Brien, Laura Bailey and Sam Riegel the show airs first on Twitch before being uploaded to YouTube later.
Since 2018, Critical Role is the name of the studio co-owned by the cast and which has produced other shows and roleplaying supplements.
The book is written by Matthew Mercer of Critical Role, bringing to life the setting he created and the location within Tal'Dorei that featured in the second campaign of the popular actual play livecast.
In this version of Munchkin, fans will compete to grab magic and kill monsters specific to Critical Role, such as Lorenzo and Avantika.
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Publishing giant Penguin Random House has announced they have a Critical Role book coming out later this year. Written by Liz Marsham and the cast of Critical Role, The World of Critical Role is available on pre-order for hardcover, ebook and audiobook. The illustrated guide follows the rise of Matthew Mercer, Ashley Johnson, Marisha Ray, Taliesin Jaffe, Travis Willingham, Sam Riegel, Laura Bailey, and Liam O’Brien’s home game to the worldwide Dungeons & Dragons phenomenon.…
Critical Role's Matthew Mercer shares a passionate and empathic post about Explorer's Guide to Wildemount only an hour after it is announced.
The cover illustration to Matthew Mercer's Explorer's Guide to Wildemount has been revealed by a Barnes & Noble's listing ahead of Wizards of the Coast's official announcement.
Wildemount is a continent on Exandria. That's the setting of the hugely popular D&D live stream Critical Role.
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