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And no, it's not a videogame, but a new story-line for the pen and paper classic, and fifth edition of D&D. And it sounds pretty cool, with a story set around a mysterious curse, and people being raised from the dead.


Tomb of Annihilation kicks off with the discovery of a curse that’s afflicting people who have been raised from the dead. Their bodies are slowly deteriorating – skin, hair, and flesh falling off their bones. Strong divinations point to the source of this curse in the jungle peninsula of Chult, a rich land filled with evil snake people, flying aarakocra and pterafolk, and the remains of a vast army of the undead. Adventurers tasked with stopping the curse must travel to settlements such as Port Nyanzaru to secure guides to lead them into the dense jungle. At the end of the journey, a horrifying villain awaits with a familiar visage.


The Dungeons & Dragons: Tomb of Annihilation tabletop RPG adventure is getting wide release on September 19. Also, our Dungeons & Dragons Competition only has a few days left so be sure to enter now for your chance to win an awesome D&D prize pack.



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