Neuroglyph Games Only a Pen is Mightier Catch it on the Rise Dust shaken from a Book

EN World Review – Neverwinter Campaign Setting by WotC

nwcs coverWelcome Dear Readers, it is Wednesday once again, and I hope that this week is going well for you all!  Since this past weekend, we’ve been dealing with numerous thunderstorms, including one that caused a windsheer event in our neighborhood which ripped down trees and caused power outages.  And to top it off, we then had an earthquake along the eastern United States that was felt all the way up here in Michigan!

Appropriately it seems, this week I am reviewing a new campaign setting from Wizards of the Coast that has had its share of storms, earthquakes, volcanoes, and even the Spellplague – thankfully we haven’t had that in Michigan yet!  I’m referring of course to the new Neverwinter Campaign Setting, a new sourcebook that puts the city of Neverwinter back in the Forgotten Realms!

This new book offers not only player content in the form of new themes, backgrounds, racial variants, and a new class, but a ton of Dungeon Master material for running a “sand box” style campaign in this cataclysm ravaged region of the Forgotten Realms.

To read the full details about this new D&D supplement, click the link below to head over to EN World and check out the full review:

Review of Neverwinter Campaign Setting by Wizards of the Coast

I only had a couple misgivings about the book, and while worth noting in the review, should not overly detract from the amazing new content which the authors have provided to the Forgotten Realms setting and to 4E gamers looking to enjoy a Neverwinter campaign.  The authors have done a great job creating this new campaign setting, and the additional media “tie-ins” from D&D Encounters, to novels, to a new Facebook game app are really making the Neverwinter Campaign Setting a celebration of D&D 4E!

So until next blog… I wish you Happy Gaming!

About The Author

Michael is an Adept of a Secret Order of Dungeon Masters, and dwells in a hidden realm with his two evil cat-familiars, deep within the Vale of Wolverines, called by some "Michigan". He has been esoterically conjuring D&D Campaigns for nearly a Third of a Century, and has been known to cast ritual blogs concerning Dungeons & Dragons every few days with some regularity. Michael has freelanced for Wizards of the Coast, and writes reviews of D&D and other Role-Playing Game products on EN World News.


Leave a Reply