- 1 What’s in the Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide?
- 2 Is Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide legal?
- 3 What is the Sword Coast?
- 4 Who wrote Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide?
- 5 Is Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide canon?
- 6 Which DND book has Aarakocra?
- 7 What races are allowed in adventurers league?
- 8 What PHB 1?
- 9 Why is it called the Sword Coast?
- 10 Where do humans live in faerun?
- 11 What is the world called in DND?
- 12 Is Sword Coast Legends multiplayer?
- 13 Where are Ghostwise Halflings from?
- 14 Where is Candlekeep?
What’s in the Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide?
It includes: Lore detailing the sword coast, surrounding areas, deities of Faerûn and additional lore for the core races. 13 new class archetypes. 12 new backgrounds.
Is Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide legal?
Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide now legal for D&D Adventurers League play!
What is the Sword Coast?
The Sword Coast is a fictional region in Dungeons & Dragons-based Forgotten Realms campaign setting. The metropolises of Waterdeep and Baldur’s Gate are not counted as part of the Sword Coast, instead Baldur’s Gate lies in the Western Heartlands, while Waterdeep is an independent city-state.
Who wrote Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide?
You can access all of the rules and items from the Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide in the in-app compendium, as well as on the Roll20 web compendium.
Is Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide canon?
There is a lot of lore here, and Wizards of the Coast does make it canon instead of flip flopping with conflicting lore like they did for the past 30 plus years. They retconned and reconstructed a lot of material into one convenient source book, but it still can only really be used in an god-awful traditional setting.
Which DND book has Aarakocra?
D&D 5th edition The aarakocra returned for Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition in the Monster Manual (5e) (2014). They returned as a character race in the Elemental Evil Player’s Companion (2015).
What races are allowed in adventurers league?
Restricted Races and Classes
- Aarakocra (Elemental Evil Player’s Companion).
- Variant Tiefling: Winged Tiefling (Sword Coast Adventurers Guide).
- Eladrin (Variant; Dungeon Master’s Guide).
- Aasimar (Variant; Dungeon Master’s Guide).
- Death Cleric (Dungeon Master’s Guide).
- Oathbreaker Paladin (Dungeon Master’s Guide).
What PHB 1?
The PHB +1 rule prevents characters from gaining spells from other sourcebooks as part of character advancement, but characters can acquire spells from other sources by scribing them into their spellbook (Wizards), Book of Shadows (Warlock with the Book of Ancient Secrets invocation), or ritual book (Ritual Caster feat
Why is it called the Sword Coast?
Some say the Sword Coast took its name from the white cliffs that rose up sharply for hundreds of miles along the coastline between the River Dessarin and Baldur’s Gate. Traveling author Volothamp Geddarm attributed the region’s name to its dangerous inhabitants, both humanoid and bestial.
Where do humans live in faerun?
Halruaa – Human: A land where it seems that everyone knows something of the wizard’s art, Halruaa lies on the southern coast of Faerûn. The Hordelands – Human: Also known as the Endless Wastes, the Hordelands are home to the fierce Tuigan tribes.
What is the world called in DND?
The Forgotten Realms is part of the fictional world of Abeir-Toril (usually just called Toril), an Earth-like planet with many real-world influences and consists of several large continents.
Is Sword Coast Legends multiplayer?
It features single-player and co-operative multiplayer modes. The game is available on several platforms including Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Where are Ghostwise Halflings from?
Like the other halfling subraces (lightfoot halflings and strongheart halflings), ghostwise halflings were one of the original tribes of the Lluirwood in Luiren.
Where is Candlekeep?
Candlekeep is part of the Forgotten Realms campaign setting, which is the default setting used in most D&D games. It’s located on the Sword Coast, just south of Cloakwood and the city of Baldur’s Gate.