Double Header – Dungeonology & The D&D Coloring Book

I’m Back, Again!

So I’m trying to return to the YouTube world, along with the blogging world. Recently I was given the pleasure of being able to review WotC’s new offerings: Dungeonology, and the new D&D coloring book. I apologize for the poor framerate in the video, I’m getting a whole new setup for YouTube and still working out the kinks. For the first time ever I’ve decided to show my stupid face in my videos though, so there’s something new. Anyway, enough with my precursory rambling, let’s get on to the good stuff!


When I first saw this book I was ecstatic, thinking that it would be a gaming supplement to the tone of dungeon ecologies, maybe a “studies” point of view ala Van Richten’s Guide. Alas, it is not something along those lines, but still something pretty cool and worth your time as a collector. It’s basically a coffee table book that goes over the “core values” of D&D and its characters, items, and worlds. Has some pretty great art spreads and cool pop-outs like a full map of the Sword Coast. Check the video below for all the details.

You can score Dungeonology for $15 on Amazon.

Monsters & Heroes Coloring Book

Secondly, we have this marvelous coloring book. “Adult Coloring” is a thing now, although I just like to call it “coloring”. I fucking love coloring. As a person who is prone to bouts of rage and anxiety, especially after the garbage fire of a year 2016 has been, I enjoy relaxing with some colored pencils from time to time to stop the screaming inside of my brain. If you too are a person who enjoys the simple things in life, such as coloring, but also want to simultaneously be coloring 100% badass things – you need this coloring book.

Grab this marvelous tome of creativity for $12 on Amazon.

Up Next, Volo’s Guide

I’ve heard some really good things about Volo’s Guide to Monsters and I plan on obtaining it and giving you guys the full run down. It’s the first major 5e release that I’m really excited about. Now if only they’d start cranking out some smaller adventure modules…but that’s a rant for another day. Until next time folks, game excellently with one another!

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