Related: xanathar’s guide to everything pdfFor the DM, this book is a fortune trove; I will in general purchase 5E books for motivation, and don’t generally play pre-produced battles, and VGtM is helping me take the crusade I’m running in some energizing new headings (in any event, for me). Additionally, I’m tied in with giving players more alternatives, so the new player races are likewise incredibly fascinating to me. I don’t have the foggiest idea the amount I’ll utilize the pre-gen NPCs, yet they’re convenient to have, in the event that something goes wrong. One of my preferred things about the book is the main arrogance of its plan. Peppered all through the book are remarks of Volothamp Geddarm (the “Volo” of the title) and the archmage Elminster Aumar. These little side notes add a great deal to the kind of the book and help the peruser drench him/herself on the planet.
December 3, 2019
Volo’s Guide To Monsters is present, point of fact, my new most loved 5E book. Section 1 contains a LOT of inside and out data about a portion of D&D’s most eminent enemies: Beholders, Giants, Mind Flayers, and others. The subsequent part contains new racial choices for players; IIRC, a portion of these was introduced in different books, however, it is pleasant to have them gathered in one spot. The remainder of the book has a bestiary of new animals, extraordinary and little, just as some “attachment and play” NPCs.