A new Dungeons & Dragons sourcebook will explore the setting of Strixhaven from MTG.
For all fans of fantasy, this is an exciting announcement! Dungeons & Dragons has just announced a new sourcebook that is associated with Magic: The Gathering. Specifically it will be focused on the magical school of Strixhaven. It will be titled Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos.
Within the university of Strixhaven there are five separate colleges each with their own focus. Lorehold is more research-based, Prismari is art-based, Quandrix is math-based, Silverquill is precision-based, and Witherbloom is nature-based.
This is not the first D&D book based around Magic: The Gathering. Ravnica and Theros have come before and have been successful. Unearthed Arcana playtest material will drop June 8th to gather more player feedback.
So who will this setting most appeal to? The Harry Potter fandom might get a kick out of this. If you like magical universities, the Citadel from the world of Thread of Souls also falls under that umbrella.
Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos will officially drop on November 16, 2021. There will be more info announced during this year’s D&D Live in July, which we will be covering here at Tal & Ru Travels.
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