Dungeons & Tombs (Dungeons & Dragons): A Young Adventurer's Guide
ISBN: 1984856448
EAN13: 9781984856449
Language: English
Release Date: Nov 26, 2019
Pages: 112
Dimensions: 1" H x 8.25" L x 5.75" W
Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Perfect for young newbies
I am in the process of introducing DandD to my nephews and nieces. The quality is excellent and the books are incredibly readable for ages 6+. I appreciate the author's choice of not using any mechanics - all abilities are described narratively, rather than using mechanics.
   A great introduction to D&D's world
First, I did not find this as useful as the other Young Adventurer's Guides for Writing Stories, mainly because it focuses on things very specific to DandD lore, such as Black Mouthers and elusive monsters like gibbering mouths and black puddings, etc. But now I realize that this isn't a bad thing ; in fact, I think it is an awesome move on the part of the authors. Seeing places described in this book like Chult, Ravenloft and Undermountain will probably make kids more interested in seeing places and eventually even adventure in those places when they're old enough to play the adventures that dungeons take place in. I also like how it shows a detailed guide, which kids can use to draw their own dungeon maps at the back. I would have preferred something like this when I was a kid.
   My daughter loves these books
It's not a game, but definitely fun. My daughter loves looking at the dungeons and creatures and exploring the world of DandD. It is a really cool book for kids and the art is amazing. The books are made just wonderfully ''. If you play these games for your child, get these. You 'll be glad that you did.
   So impressed!
Totally impressed! My favorite Christmas presenter is my children! We have still ordered all 4, but is not yet released for the last one! We can 't wait, however! My children are just 8 and 10 and they love to play with us. These books are simple enough that they can also understand them, but have a ton of information. Love the Love Love affair! I wish I could give a million stars! ''
   Perfect for all beginning players
Perfect book for younger, beginning Dungeons and Dragons players.
   Great intro to DM thinking for kids.
I purchased this for my 10 year old, who devoured the others of this series. Since the second book in this series was released, he has been planning a game with vampires. Currently he is planted in a table with lots of graph paper, colored pencils that plan the destruction of our players.
   Cool book for Gamer parents to give to their kids
My boy is going to love this especially the part that explains the symbols on maps. We make various maps, especially with No Thank you Evil! For him to discover and fight new monsters. Hardcover and paper are of great quality. For old ADandD players who remember how quickly Unearthed Arcana fell apart, it is amazing how far things have come and how inexpensive the book is for quality. My boy is also into Minecraft, Cat Quest and Slay the Spire, so that our next games in 2020 will be quite a bit more mixed than before.
   Wonderful books for budding DND players
My two daughters started showing interest in DandD when me and some men from work started a new play group and stories about our games started happening between my wife and I. I bought the first two of this series, The Players'Book and The Monsters'books and we're thrilled. All the books have been just detailed enough to fill them in on some of the things I have told them about the games, but easy enough to read that my 9 and 5 year old children don 't get fed up with it. They are very well written and illustrated and I 'd recommend them to have in their collections if they have a few bucks to spend. For children, it is such an awesome way for them to learn about the game and turn them into future players.