Fizban’s Treasury Of Dragons
We previously discussed Fizban's Treasury of Dragons and how it changes up the typical lore for Dragons in Dungeons and Dragons, but today I want to talk to you about how to use the book in your game, whether you're running a series of pre-made adventures, a complete homebrew setting, or something in between. The book itself is designed for ease of use, so it's really not difficult to break out elements from it and use them in your campaign however you see fit.
There are two new subclasses in Fizban's Treasury of Dragons, the Drakewarden Ranger and Ascendant Dragon Monk, and both of them are a lot of fun.
In the latest episode of our monthly podcast covering the world of tabletop role playing games (TTRPGs) we discuss the release of Fizban's Treasury of Dragons D&D sourcebook, TTRPG company Paizo recognizing its new employee union, and the start of Critical Role Campaign 3.
Should you be playing one of the new Dragonborn races from Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons? Yes, the answer is yes.
I know you're going to want me to expand on why I believe that you should indeed at least consider playing one of the new Dragonborn race options from the excellent Fizban's Treasury of Dragons, but before I do that, I wanted to make sure I gave you a solid answer.
Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons brings more Dragons, more ways to use them, and hints of their cosmic importance
Fizban's Treasury of Dragons is a new sourcebook for Dungeons and Dragons 5e, and it's all about Dragons.
With The Wild Beyond the Witchlight in the rearview mirror, it's time to start looking forward to Fizban's Treasury of Dragons, due out in three weeks.
Last week during D&D Live we learned that one of the upcoming D&D projects is Fizban's Treasury of Dragons, a sourcebook that's all about the second, and arguably cooler, part of the game's name.
Upcoming D&D sourcebook Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons focuses on all things Draconic in Dungeons and Dragons
At D&D Live 2021, we learned about the next sourcebook for 5th Edition: Fizban's Treasury of Dragons. Shortly before the event, Fizban's Treasury of Dragons showed up on both Amazon and D&D Beyond, so I'm comfortable saying that's what we're talking about in the first D&D Live panel of the day.