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Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn (PDF)

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2022 Ennie Award Winner for Best Setting (Gold)

Tal’Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn is the definitive sourcebook for bringing the locations, people, creatures, and character options of Critical Role's Tal’Dorei continent to roleplaying games everywhere.

Set two decades after the conclusion of Critical Role Campaign 1, this book invites you to soar on a skyship from the metropolis of Emon to the distant haven of Whitestone, venture into wilderness rife with terrifying monsters and wayward mages, and uncover magic items that range from simple trinkets to the legendary Vestiges of Divergence. Explore dazzling new subclasses and backgrounds in your epic adventures in the world of Exandria™ and beyond! Tal’Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn holds a wealth of playable content, lore, and artwork to inspire. The adventure begins here!

Contents: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn contains 280 art-filled pages of rich lore and playable 5th edition content, encompassing everything you need to unlock Tal’Dorei for your own:
  • A guide to each major region, with story hooks to fuel your campaign
  • Expanded character options, including 9 subclasses and 5 backgrounds
  • Magic items such as the Vestiges of Divergence, legendary artifacts that grow in power with their wielders
  • Dozens of creatures, many featured in the Critical Role campaigns
  • New lore and updated stat blocks for each member of Vox Machina
  • The PDF contains alt text for illustrations and is screen reader friendly

    Writing and Design: The sourcebook’s lead designers are Matthew Mercer, Hannah Rose, and James J. Haeck. Additional contributions are provided by Critical Role cast members Laura Bailey, Taliesin Jaffe, Ashley Johnson, Liam O’Brien, Marisha Ray, Sam Riegel, and Travis Willingham; as well as John Stavropoulos and Aabria Iyengar.

    Artwork: An outstanding team of artists bring this campaign setting to life, including Cover Illustrator Genel Jumalon, Lead Character Illustrator Lauren Walsh, Cartographer Andy Law, and interior illustrators Jonah Baumann, Elliott Berggren, Lea Bichlmaier, Hunter Bonyun, Allie Briggs, Conceptopolis, Clara Daly, Kent Davis, Nikki Dawes, Biagio D’Alessandro, Stanislav Dikolenko, Isabel Gibney, John Anthony di Giovanni, Wesley Griffith, Anna Grinenko, Illich Henriquez, Claudia Ianniciello, Linda Lithén, Adrián Ibarra Lugo, Nguyen Hieu, Jessica Nguyen, Ariana Orner, Svetoslav Petrov, Kennef Riggles, Aaron J. Riley, Caio Santos, Jessica Scates, Elisa Serio, Ameera Sheikh, Cyarna Trim, Audrey Vasilchenko, Azra Wheeler, and Zuzanna Wuzyk.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 49 reviews
    chris wunsch
    Can’t get enough

    Extremely well put together, the thoughtfulness in detail is amazing.


    Beautiful resource.

    Wonderful beyond words!!

    This was gifted to me (a DM) by a player in PDF form, and I've been adoring it greatly. It's beautifully made, with all the quality and depth you'd expect from an official D&D sourcebook, if not even more. Personally, I've been getting the most use out of the elaborations regarding hemocraft and the Claret Orders, but I look forward to finding other things in the book to delve into for my own uses!!

    Fun fact: If you use D&D Beyond, while this book is not an official sourcebook baked-in to the DDB database, a ton of superheroes have transcribed things from this book (such as the Feats it introduces) to the publicly-accessible homebrew catalogue! When browsing homebrew creations on DDB, search for "TDCSR" or some other equivalent reference to this book's title (if not the specific entity you're after, such as the name of a feat), and without fail, someone has imported it for free collection and use by others, making it virtually seamless to use this content on DDB despite it not being a supplement hosted there. Add the entity to your personal collection of homebrew, and then it'll be available for your own use, as well as the use of anyone in a campaign with you (provided content sharing has been enabled for that campaign)!

    Amy Oswald
    Biggest Help

    I'm a first time DM whose been listening to Vox Machina and was inspired to run my own game based out of Tal'Dorei. This has been the biggest help with starting to build my story with my players. I love it so much

    Roberto Pereira

    very good book excenlent work to Mat and the team behind this book.

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