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Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Monster Manual Now Available

DnD 5th Monster Manual Cover Art

Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition has gotten many players back into the good old days of tabletop role playing. Many fans have come back to the game and many new gamers are picking it up for the very first time. The Player’s Handbook has been available since this past Gen Con, and now Wizards of the Coast has announced that players can add the Monster Manual to their collection as it’s available now.

The book contains all sorts of monsters and beasts that players can encounter on their journeys in the D&D world. You’ll find everything from the monstrous Beholder to the terrifying Terrasque. Each page has plenty of information, including some great artwork that brings each creature to life. Here are a couple of pages straight from the book:

DnD 5th Bulette DnD 5th Troll

If you’re diving back into the world of Dungeons & Dragons with 5th Edition, this is a must-have. It’s the second in the line of three books for the new edition of the game, with the Dungeon Master’s Guide trailing behind. The book should be on store shelves and you can also find out more on the Wizards website. Now get out there and slay some monsters!


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