The next adventure from Dungeons & Dragons is coming this summer. Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden is a tale of dark terror. Wizards of the Coast promises players will visit the forlorn, flickering candlelights of civilization known as Ten-Towns and traverse many bone-chilling locations that surround these frontier settlements. Beneath the unyielding night sky, players will stand before a towering glacier and recite an ancient rhyme, causing a crack to form in the great wall of ice. Past this icy dungeon is a secret so old and terrifying that few dare speak of it. What fantastic secrets and treasures are entombed in the heart of the glacier, and what will their discovery mean for the denizens of Icewind Dale? Do you dare try to save Ten-Towns from the Frostmaiden? The new supplement to the 5th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons is available for pre-order now with an add-on frosty set of dice.
Choose between the beautiful cover in the traditional style or the Hydro74-style variant cover.
The dice in the accessory set (purchase separately) look like shimmering ice cubes, and are among D&D’s best accompanying sets offered to date. With the Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden Dice and Miscellany you get:
- Eleven dice (two d20s, one d12, two d10s, one d8, four d6s, one d4)
- Player-friendly foldout map of Icewind Dale and Ten-Towns (10.5″ × 15.75″)
- Durable, felt-lined box that functions as two dice trays
- Twenty double-sided cards with descriptions and illustrations of characters and creatures one might encounter in Icewind Dale
And fans of miniatures will want to check out the tie-in figures, a random assortment of 45 characters:
Experience D&D in a way that you’ve never seen before with Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden–pre-order it now here at Amazon, coming to game shops September 15, 2020. Note: The variant cover is only available at game shops. And don’t forget Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden Dice and Miscellany. Learn more about the miniatures set here at the D&D website.
C.J. Bunce / Editor / borg
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