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The New D&D Book Is Called "Ghosts of Saltmarsh"

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Mar 5, 2019, 11:47:39 AM3/5/19
It seems those who suggested that the upcoming 'nautical themed' book
was based on the old Saltmarsh trilogy were correct. Ghosts of
Saltmarsh is the new book, with a release date of May 21st, 2019.

Explore the waves above and the fathoms below in these watery
adventures for the world’s greatest roleplaying game.

“D&D acolytes are everywhere...Tech workers from Silicon Valley to
Brooklyn have long-running campaigns, and the showrunners and the
novelist behind ‘Game of Thrones’ have all been Dungeon Masters.”—Neima
Jahromi, The New Yorker

Ghosts of Saltmarsh brings classic adventures into fifth edition
Dungeons & Dragons. This adventure book combines some of the most
popular classic adventures from the first edition of Dungeons & Dragons
including the classic “U” series, plus some of the best nautical
adventures from the history of Dungeon Magazine: Sinister Secret of
Saltmarsh, Danger at Dunwater, Salvage Operation, Isle of the Abbey,
The Final Enemy, Tammeraut’s Fate, The Styes.

• Ghosts of Salt Marsh includes a variety of seafaring adventures,
enough to take characters from level 1 to level 12.

• This supplement introduces the port town of Saltmarsh, the perfect
starting point for a nautical campaign.

• Each adventure can be played individually, inserted into your ongoing
game or combined into a single epic nautical campaign.

• Dungeon Masters will find rules for ships and sea travel, deck plans
for various vessels, an appendix with rules for new and classic
monsters, and much more.

• Dungeons & Dragons is the world’s greatest roleplaying game. Created
in 1974, D&D transformed gaming culture by blending traditional fantasy
with miniatures and wargaming.

It's already on Amazon.

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