Dungeons and Dragons Declares D&D Dwell 2019: The Descent



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It is a greater title than “The Stream of Many Eyes 2: The Re-Eye-Stream-ening”

The Dungeons & Dragons staff 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 Might 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. The 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 function appearances from company comparable to actor (and large D&D fan) Matthew Lillard, fantasy creator Patrick Rothfuss, musical performances produced by The Decemberists’ Chris Funk, and the casts of a number of standard 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:

A Three-day badge earns you entry to the next D&D experiences:

Witness the revealing of the brand new D&D storyline on Friday night, dwell from the studio viewers Play a Three-hour session of a D&D Adventurers League Epic previewing components 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 of Ghosts of Saltmarsh Watch D&D performed dwell by the largest 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 night time to shut out D&D Dwell 2019: The Descent

Yow will discover extra info on D&D Dwell 2019: The Descent on the official Dungeons and Dragons web site. If you’d like extra D&D on IGN, take a look at the upcoming Rick & Morty/D&D crossover, or this superior Stranger Issues-inspired starter set.

JR is IGN’s Senior Editor of Options and is critically contemplating taking day off work to go to this. If he does, he’ll most likely put up about it on Twitter.

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