Here There Be Monsters!
New 5th Edition RPG release!
Loremaster Volothamp Geddarm is back! He's written a new tome covering some of the most iconic monsters in the Forgotten Realms. Broken into three chapters, Volo's Guide to Monsters provides dungeon masters and players of 5th edition alike with guidance in planning their next ventures in the Forgotten Realms. Chapter 1 expands on the lore of several iconic Dungeons & Dragons monsters, providing additional information above what is written in the Monster Manual. Chapter 2 expands on some of the more distinct character races, including the goblin, the orc, and the firbolg. And finally, Chapter 3 is a bestiary, providing statistics and lore for nearly one hundred monsters. Also included are rules for monsters that are new to 5th edition, such as the froghemoth, the neogi, and the vargouille.
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