Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Mythic Odysseys of Theros is Making Me Eat My Words

A few months back I went on a tirade about Wizards of the Coast publishing the Magic: the Gathering Setting Theros this June for Dungeons and Dragons 5E. 

I owe WotC an apology and I am here to eat my words. I find myself getting excited about the setting and looking forward to the product. While the print book will be delayed the DnDBeyond content won't and since our group pitches in to unlock all the content we will be able to read through it on June 2nd.

I won't lie that I'd like to see a classic setting this winter or next year but that is WotC's decision and not mine and I'm going to enjoy reading up on Theros.

While I'm not defending my anger, I will say that there have been several Greek/Roman-inspired settings for 5E in the last few years, but none of them from Wizards. 

And I won't lie, staring at a Global Pandemic makes you really put your Nerd Rage into perspective, plus Wizards need to eat and apparently I need to consume.

I don't know if I'll still be running my Epic 5E game come June, but if I am, you can expect that I will take the PCs there and post about it right here.

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