Let's all just take a step back and breathe.

Let’s all just take a step back and breathe.

Let’s all just take a step back and breathe.

4 months ago
  1. I saw rick and morty one yesterday at Barnes& Noble. Didn’t even know they were making it before that.

  2. So it’s like the campaign 1 book? While exciting, it’s not like this is cutting edge or completely unexpected. Maybe im just gauging people’s reactions wrong but is there some specific new thing they are doing or is it just general excitement?

  3. Okay, but let’s not pretend to be shocked that of course everyone is going to look at CR instead of Rick and Morty. The latter is not inherently D&D related, and more niche within the community. CR fans are, by nature, D&D fans.

  4. Honestly don’t see a problem. There are SO many nooks out already and you can always homebrew. It’s not like this is the last d&d book to ever come out.

  5. Played a 1 off session, it was actually allot of fun. IF you like RP. You get to add the meta of being a R&M character, AND their characters in a D&D game. If you have a group of both D&D and R&M fans(we did), it’s a blast.

    Also the book’s a fun read(if you think of it as more of a parody, like the Unhinged MtG set).

  6. I have the Rick and Morty kit and it’s super fun to play. Everything is written out as if Rick is narrating it

  7. The rick and morty stuff came out in addition to the other books that were coming out. This one seems like it’s going to be the spring release which is usually a major adventure or sourcebook. Plus critters already have a 5e campaign guide while lots of people are waiting for Spelljammer, Planescape, et alia.

  8. Its just a trend now, rick and morty, stranger things, aquisitions inc, CR, its getting a little tiring.

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