Magical Artifacts for Epic Gameplay
Beadle & Grimm's gives you the materials you need—maps, handouts, artifacts, jewelry, bonus encounters, and much much more— to immerse yourself and your players in whatever magical world you choose to play in.
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love these books. At least one person has one in every long running campaign we have going. They are perfect for 1-20 level APs. I only wish they had more classes available then I know at least two people (myself included) that would use one for every character they rolled up.
Will the Coin of Completion: Curse of Strahd be brought back into stock for sale?
These are so cool and awesome colors. Happy to add them to my collection!
I saw the Harpers pin and I just had to have it. I can't really afford any of the other cool stuff Beadle & Grimm's produces, but the Harpers pin just called out to me. I've often trodden the paths of the Forgotten Realms, either in my mind or during a D&D game, playing a Bard, a Wizard or a Warrior in the service of the Harpers and the greater good. Wearing it now makes me feel really good. It' feel heavy, like the real thing, and so well crafted. Definitely worth the price. It's just a small thing, but it's stuff like this that is crucial to me at the moment. I've been diagnosed with stomach cancer. I have a chance, and while medecine, faith and positive thinking will get me through this, tokens like these make the process that much easier to go through and help me stay positive. Thanks Beadle & Grimm's. You guys make awesome stuff.
And this purchase proves it… ;-p
The shirt is so close to perfect. The font could be a little bigger.
My friend loves it.
Just: Wow! Great shirt!
You and your friends will never forget the nights you played Beadle & Grimm’s D&D Premium editions. Simply put: a DM’s best friend and assistant. Add smoke and epic music and theme food and drink, and you’ll be talking about it for ages. The battle maps keep play rolling. The NPC stat cards and Monster stat cards keep the players and DM locked in play. Add the elven mead or ale and the hooting and hollering commences. Do not miss the opportunity to experience D&D the Beadle & Grimm’s way! Immersive play at its finest!
Caption contest finalist. Dunno what I'm gonna spend it on. So much!
Have eagerly anticipated Spelljammer and the Platinum Edition did not disappoint.
Where to start?
The special item is pretty neat. Won't spoil what the Deadhands dice set is, but it is up there with fairy wings and Badger coasters. See it getting use in game and out.
The curated minis are fantastic. Not saying I was drooling as I looked at them. But my shirt was wet afterwards.
The box set is, as they say in Boston, wicked. The usual suspects are there (broken up book, coin of completion, in game handouts, pregen characters, art, encounter cards, item cards, etc.). But some of what they did with them was very neat. Like ship cards that are like the encounter cards where the DM can see the stats and the players get to look at the beautiful ship artwork. The pregen characters are very neat this time. They utilize the new playable races in very interesting ways.
The in-game artifacts are hefty and beautiful as always. The Orrery is magnificent, the Giff medal reminiscent of actual military medals, and the ring of shooting stars...chef's kiss.
And the map folder, so wonderful and packed full of useful information. They appear to be dry erase friendly.
The in-game handouts are of excellent quality. Would have liked more, but the ones included are key.
The map tube included many wonderful battle maps, but maybe less than usual. Would have also liked to see one on canvas. If the Rock of Bral was on canvas it would be framed already (like other B&G maps I own from other sets). All really good quality, but we have been spoiled with the maps in the past so there is a high bar here.
Once they are gone they are gone folks. If you like to play multiple campaign settings (Greyhawk, Faerun, Krynn, Ebeeron, Exandria, homebrew, etc) this is a box that can tie them all together. Not something you will want to miss.
Enjoyed the Platinum Waterdeep box. But after this one arrived was B&G for life.
This box is full. And the content is all on point and of great quality. The battlemaps are fantastic but the handouts steal the show. The artifacts are solid and impressive.
If you like Saltmarsh this is your box. If you like sea adventures, this is also your box. And the ship combat rules can be repurposed if you own Spelljammer.
Did I mention the box acts as a prop for an adventure?
•Backpack: love the neon designs, it's comfortable. The only small inconvenience I've noticed is that you can really only use the modular dividers on the bottom half of the backpack because it's thinner at the top half. I don't mind it, but I know some people might.
•Playmat: probably the best art you good have picked from the set for a playmat. The different colors and patterns for the LEDs are pretty cool. Overall size is just barely larger then a ultrapro mat (and I mean it's almost not noticeable). For those wondering, you need to plug the mat in to an outlet or a portable battery source.
•Deck boxes: sturdy,and the reflective neon designs are so cool
•Posters: 10/10 you had me at one of each spirit dragon and the Kamigawa world map.
•Sleeves: dragon shield quality sleeves. They are great, my commander deck doesn't slip and slide around like they do with ultrapro sleeves
•Binder: a standard card binder, the neon pink strap and art fit perfectly with the set.
•Tin, life counter, and the plush: they're cool and well made. Not often you see gear like this for mtg, so It's definitely found a spot on my mtg display shelf
•Metal counters: both the +1/+1 counters and the keyword counters are incredibly well made. the design choice to make them similar to ancient coins is honestly such a genius move. And it looks stunning.
But my absolutely favorite thing about this whole bundle is the in-world guide. It's just perfect, the "incident report" format it's written in is so immersive, and the art is amazing.
Overall worth the money in my opinion. If you're on the fence on this, like I was, I'd definitely recommend getting this while they're available.
B&G, Hopefully you guys get/want to keep making products like these for mtg, because I definitely would buy more of them.
I've purchased four class die sets from B&G and they're all great. Beautiful colors, great weight, and they're lucky as they've treated me very well with my rolls. I gave these as a gift and they loved the aqua and green marbling of the die, as well as the practically of having additional die for Hunter's Mark and bow criticals.
The dice are for my son just starting out an adventure. Would have liked more yellow in the dice but turned out great. He called them his yellow snow rollers and that’s the running joke in the adventure now.
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