There are two new D&D accessories in the works, spotted on Amazon for release later this October. Come find out what’s in the Bestiary Notebook and Book Of Holding.
That’s right friends, two new D&D products are in the works–these are unexpected and unannounced, though you can find their pre-order information on Amazon well in advance of their publication. Slated for an October Release, these D&D accessories are an interesting bunch. They’re both notebooks of sorts. One’s an 8-notebook set that comes ready for school, the other is a multipurpose journal that is “highly customizable,” whatever that means. Either way, these look like they’d be a great gift for the Dungeon Master or PC in your life.
A lavishly designed, multipurpose journal for Dungeons & Dragons lovers to fill with character sketches, campaign ideas, or school notes
Richly packaged and highly customizable, this officially licensed blank journal is a must-have keepsake for Dungeons & Dragons fans of all levels. Each section of the journal is filled with gridded or lined pages and includes five spreads of interstitial artwork as well as a back pocket for storing character sheets and notes. Whether you’re a die-hard dungeon master looking to plot your next campaign, or a part-time player wanting to represent your favorite game, this one-of-a-kind journal is the ultimate companion to any RPG lover’s quest.
This foil stamped, 8-notebook boxed set, perfect for notetaking and world building, is a must-have gift for D&D players as well as sci-fi, fantasy, and horror lovers
This boxed set of 8 pocket-size notebooks pays homage to some of Dungeons & Dragons most reviled beasts and creatures. Each notebook cover features a different monster in a new, modern design, while the interior includes stats and a brief history of each creature. Hand-selected to include a mix of fearsome creations and fan-favorites, The Bestiary Notebook Set is a must-have collector’s item for any D&D fan.
Both of these products look real interesting. These are forays into accessories that feel like they tie in with the recent rise of D&D School Clubs and the like. I personally am interested to see which stats and history they include with each monster. If I had to guess I’d say expect at least one Beholder and a Dragon of some kind, but beyond that, it’s anyone’s guess… even yours.
So grab your deerstalker hats and trademark infringing catchphrases, because this one’s up to you, Internet Detectives.