It is a greater title than “The Stream of Many Eyes 2: The Re-Eye-Stream-ening”
The Dungeons & Dragons group at Wizards of the Coast have introduced their 2019 reveal occasion, a follow-up to final yr’s Stream of Many Eyes, entitled D&D Dwell: The Descent.
The occasion, working from Could 17-19, 2019, is centered round revealing the following journey module for D&D fifth version, in addition to showcasing group creations and previewing further D&D content material. Your complete occasion will likely be streamed on the official Dungeons & Dragons Twitch channel.
Along with dwell gameplay periods previewing the upcoming journey, the weekend-long stream will characteristic appearances from visitors reminiscent of actor (and large D&D fan) Matthew Lillard, fantasy writer Patrick Rothfuss, musical performances produced by The Decemberists’ Chris Funk, and the casts of a number of widespread D&D-themed podcasts and exhibits. Badges might be bought beginning April ninth, 2019, although they run briefly provide and value $300 USD. From the official announcement:
AÃ‚Â 3-day badge earns you entry to the next D&D experiences:
- Witness the disclosing of the brand new D&D storyline on Friday night, dwell from the studio viewers
- Play a 3-hour session of a D&D Adventurers League Epic previewing parts from the brand new storyline on Saturday or Sunday
- Seize a D&D swag bag together with merch from D&D companions and an advance copy ofÃ‚Â Ghosts of Saltmarsh
- Watch D&D performed dwell by the most important D&D personalities within the studio viewers on Friday and Saturday nights
- Mingle with D&D companions & different characters within the story-themed market space & take part within the cosplay storyline interspersed all through the occasion
- Catch the dwell music efficiency celebrating D&D from artists assembled by Chris Funk on Sunday evening to shut outÃ‚Â D&D Dwell 2019: The Descent
Yow will discover extra info on D&D Dwell 2019: The Descent on theÃ‚Â official Dungeons and Dragons web site. If you’d like extra D&D on IGN, try the upcoming Rick & Morty/D&D crossover, or this superior Stranger Issues-inspired starter set.
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