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Fandomentals May-hem Giveaway: Week One

It’s May! We’re kicking off a May-hem month of giveaways with a new contest each week! This week, thanks to Wizards of the Coast, we’re giving away a copy of the Explorer’s Guide To Wildemount, by Critical Role‘s Matt Mercer.

The Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount is the first official collaboration between Wizards of the Coast and Critical Role, allowing adventurers to follow in the footsteps of Vox Machina and the Mighty Nein in journey’s through Matt Mercer’s world of Wildemount. The 304-page Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount invites DMs to start playing in any of Wildemount’s regions using introductory adventures, dozens of story-inspiring plot seeds, and the new heroic chronicle system. Adventurers can also expect to discover countless secrets revealed by Critical Role Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer for the first time. Players and DMs will find new character options available for play in any campaign, like the Echo Knight fighter subclass, spells of dunamancy, numerous new monsters, and other new little goodies. The new book will not only add monsters, magic, and races to the game but a few new mechanics as well.

Dan reviewed it not too long ago, so you can go take a gander at his write-up here.

To enter the giveaway, go visit our Fandomentals Community here!

The contest ends at 11:30 pm on May 9th, so don’t forget to enter now! Those entering must be 18 years or older.

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