Review by C.J. Bunce

The next collection of Dungeons & Dragons adventures is on its way to bookstores tomorrow.  The 5th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons has already introduced players to anthologies including last year’s Candlekeep Mysteries (reviewed here) and Tales from the Yawning Portal (reviewed here).  Get ready for 13 new adventures in Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel, available with the standard cover here at Amazon or with the game shop variant cover here.  Players will find a variety of shorter adventures that can be merged with ongoing games, streamed as one-shot sessions, or used as the basis for entire campaigns.  Each adventure is connected to the Radiant Citadel, a fascinating and fantastical floating city at the heart of the Ethereal Plane–an incredibly cool visual creation designed by frequent D&D cartographer Mike Schley.  The first D&D journey created entirely by writers of color challenged new writers to incorporate connections with real-world cultures and mythologies, all in the context of a new locale filled with the kinds of characters and monsters you’d expect from Wizards of the Coast.

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