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Strixhaven: Curriculum of Chaos (D&D/MTG Adventure Book)
Strixhaven: Curriculum of Chaos (D&D/MTG Adventure Book) | Wizards RPG Team
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Rollicking campus adventures for the worlds greatest roleplaying game. The greatest minds in the multiverse meet at Strixhaven University. Professors convey fantastic secrets to eager students, and life on campus is frenetic. But danger lurks even here. Campus hijinks mix with mishaps and sinister plots, and its up to you to save the day. Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos introduces the fantastical setting of Strixhaven University to Dungeons & Dragons, drawn from the multiverse of Magic: The Gathering. It also provides rules for creating characters who are students in one of its five colleges. Characters can explore the setting over the course of four adventures, which can be played together or on their own. Each describes an academic year filled with scholarly pursuits, campus shenanigans, exciting friendships, hidden dangers, and perhaps even romance. Includes four brand new D&D adventures that can be played as stand-alones or woven together as a campaign from levels 110 Adds a new playable racean owlin, one of the owlfolk who study at the university Includes a bestiary of over forty magical creatures and NPCs Experience D&D in new ways through the academic challenges, extracurricular activities and jobs, and relationships explored on campus Includes a beautifully illustrated double-sided poster map that shows Strixhavens campus on one side and important locations on the other Attend an elite mage university, choose your college, and adventure your way to graduation Adds new player character options including feats and new backgrounds for first-year students at Strixhaven
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Next campaign setting after Descent into Avernus.

I was going to run a homebrew/Theros inspired world but we are potentially rotating through 3 GMs as we keep getting burnt out. I thought this would be more modular and easier to interrupt when we want to swap GMs and campaigns