The Dungeons & Dragons Rick and Morty Starter Set is About to Launch


Last night, the (very) long awaited Season 4 premiere of Rick and Morty happened on Adult Swim. Like us, you're probably very happy to have Rick and Morty back into you life - but things are about to get even better. The Rick and Morty Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set is set to launch on November 19th, and pre-orders are live here on Amazon for only $20.40 (32% off).

If you're unfamiliar, Wizards of the Coast and Adult Swim's Rick and Morty Dungeons & Dragons crossover adventure starter set was created by the same minds that brought us the Rick and Morty vs Dungeons & Dragons comics - Patrick Rothfuss (The Kingkiller Chronicles), Jim Zub (The Avengers, Wayward), and artist Troy Little (Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas). The set includes a 64-page rulebook annotated by Rick, a 32-page original adventure for levels 1–3, a 4-panel folding Dungeon Master screen featuring new art, 5 ready-to-play character sheets, and 11 dice.

Note that you won't be charged until the Rick and Morty Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set ships, and you'll automatically get any additional discounts that occur during the pre-order period. Amazon briefly ran a 40% discount on the set back in September, so if it returns in the next few days, you'll automatically get the upgrade. While you're at it, you might want to check out the deal on the core rulebooks gift set, which includes all three books with reflective foil covers, a DM screen, and a slipcase for $83.99 (51% off).


Another new Dungeons & Dragons release to check out is the recently unveiled crossover Clue game, which is set in Baldur's Gate. It's available to order here on Amazon for $39.19. The official description can be found below.


"In CLUE: Dungeons & Dragons, it's up to you to determine WHO has been replaced by a devil in disguise, WHAT weapon was used in the execution, and WHERE in the Forgotten Realms the Infernal puzzle box could be hidden. From the Manufacturer Who Killed the Archmage? Was it Tordek in the Dragon’s Lair with the Flaming Battle Axe? Or Mialee in the Dungeon with the Staff of Power? A group of heroic adventurers has been called to the Archmage’s castle. But one of those heroes isn’t who he or she appears to be. One of the heroes is a doppelganger, a monster that can look like anyone. In the darkest part of the night, the doppelganger kills the Archmage, triggering a spell that seals the castle until the monster is caught."

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