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    Xanathar's Guide To Everything Comes To Roll 20
    Continuing our series of reviews for Xanathar's Guide to Everything, I cover the new spells introduced in the supplement. An adventure. Like Volo's Guide, this is an options and rules supplement. There are a lot of quality of life” options, creative things that try to anchor the story element for the game. Sure the Encounter Table lends itself towards the combat element, but overall these are all ideas and options that both players and DMs can choose to keep or let go. But there is no story to be had! Unless you, for some reason, are hooked on the Xanathar itself… there isn't a lot going on.
    Backgrounds in Fifth Edition offer a good place to start talking about the history of characters, but coming up with a full background for a character can be a little intimidating for someone that's never done it before.В Xanathar's Guide has a few class-specific elements that can help like tables for a bard's worst performance or the vice a rogue likes to indulge in in between adventures. It also has a big section full of tables that determine important character details like siblings, upbringing and other points that can help sketch a character backstory during play. There's a running gag that all D&D characters are orphans that were born, grew up and became adventurers, but with this section, characters get a skeleton of a backstory to help shade how they react in play.
    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 The 1st real expansion of 5e was a quick read, but only because it cut straight to the point. New class options, new DM tools, new RP options, new spells, new feats, etc. No stone left unturned, as they say.
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    Xanathar's Guide To Everything Comes To Roll 20
    Continuing our series of reviews for Xanathar's Guide to Everything, I cover the new spells introduced in the supplement. An adventure. Like Volo's Guide, this is an options and rules supplement. There are a lot of quality of life” options, creative things that try to anchor the story element for the game. Sure the Encounter Table lends itself towards the combat element, but overall these are all ideas and options that both players and DMs can choose to keep or let go. But there is no story to be had! Unless you, for some reason, are hooked on the Xanathar itself… there isn't a lot going on.
    Backgrounds in Fifth Edition offer a good place to start talking about the history of characters, but coming up with a full background for a character can be a little intimidating for someone that's never done it before.В Xanathar's Guide has a few class-specific elements that can help like tables for a bard's worst performance or the vice a rogue likes to indulge in in between adventures. It also has a big section full of tables that determine important character details like siblings, upbringing and other points that can help sketch a character backstory during play. There's a running gag that all D&D characters are orphans that were born, grew up and became adventurers, but with this section, characters get a skeleton of a backstory to help shade how they react in play.
    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 The 1st real expansion of 5e was a quick read, but only because it cut straight to the point. New class options, new DM tools, new RP options, new spells, new feats, etc. No stone left unturned, as they say.
    Compared to its prior supplement, Volo's Guide to Everything , which effectively expanded on the 5th Edition's Monster Manual, this book is partly an expansion for the Player's Handbook and provides a number of options that can be classified as an expansion to the Dungeon Master's Guide. There are over 25 new subclasses (some a repeats from Princes of the Apocalypse, this was done to qualify the subclasses for the Adventurer's Guild organized play), to mention one significant aspect of the book. Much of the content in this book was compiled and finalized through several public playtests on Wizards of the Coast's Unearthed Arcana section, so you will notice shifts and changes to these details as it went from draft to final form! No Raven Queen patron, as it was combined with the Hexblade (I actively play a Warlock, so I will notice this).
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