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Beadle and Grimm’s New Silver Edition Will Immerse Your D&D Players in Saltmarsh

Beadle and Grimm’s New Silver Edition Will Immerse Your D&D Players in Saltmarsh

After blowing away the Dungeons & Dragons community with the Platinum Edition of their box of goodies for Waterdeep Dragon Heist, Beadle and Grimm are back with a new cache of loot for all the Dungeon Masters out there! The Sinister Silver Edition for Ghosts of Saltmarsh is offered at a lower price than the Platinum Edition, but is jam-packed with the same level of high-quality props, maps, and other game-enhancing items you’ve come to expect from the masters at Beadle and Grimm’s.

Wizards of the Coast recently announced Ghosts of Saltmarsh as the next supplement book for 5e, featuring content for players levels 1-12 based on the classic adventures from the first edition of D&D. Alongside that announcement, Beadle and Grimm’s released a first look at the accompanying handouts, detailed maps, encounter cards, and even a dungeon master screen in their Silver Edition box.

saltmarsh-screen

The box even includes bonus encounters and characters to inspire your players or join their quest as NPCs. Beadle and Grimm’s Sinister Silver Edition leaves no stone unturned–literally, the box includes a stone amulet to give your players–in creating detailed, immersive content that turns game night into an unforgettable adventure at sea.

Ghosts of Saltmarsh is on shelves everywhere May 21, 2019 at a suggested price of $49.95. Pre-order the Silver Edition box from Beadle and Grimm’s Pandemonium Warehouse now for $175.00.

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All Images: Wizards of the Coast / Beadle and Grimm’s

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