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Odyssey of the Dragonlords: Player's Guide

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Odyssey of the Dragonlords is an epic fantasy campaign for the fifth edition of the world’s greatest roleplaying game. The Player’s Guide is a 28-page companion booklet that will provide you with everything you need to begin your career as a prospective hero in the forgotten land of Thylea.

Inspired by ancient Greek mythology, Thylea is a brand new campaign setting—a lost continent that can be seamlessly added to any existing campaign setting.

The World of Thylea. Includes an overview of the history, factions, kingdoms, and laws of the forgotten continent. Learn about the gods, the titans, and the legendary Dragonlords.

Class Backstories. Includes guidance on the character creation process, including potential names and suggested backstories for each of the core player classes.

New Player Races. Includes rules for two new player races native to the forests and the northern steppes: the Thylean Centaur and the Thylean Satyr.

Choose Your Epic Path. Includes six epic paths for players to choose from. Epic paths provide powerful motivations for your hero, making you a central part of the story.

Note: The Odyssey of the Dragonlords campaign book has not yet been released. The expected launch date is sometime in May 2019.

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SA L February 27, 2019 7:12 pm UTC
Just a quick heads up for anyone who doesn't like sexist art direction in their D&D.
It does look like they tried to have a strong female presence in the art. They just didn't catch that a fair chunk of it is highly sexualized. Credit for the attempt
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Amanda R March 07, 2019 4:27 pm UTC
"Why can’t we all Just get along" - Jack Nicholson, Mars Attacks
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Brett S March 08, 2019 4:06 pm UTC
Methinks the problem is with your views as to what is sexist, and not with the art direction in this book. It is also possible that this product is "not for you." :)
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Darcy O March 11, 2019 3:18 pm UTC
Hey! Thank you for providing the heads up. I didn't find much of the art in this particular book highly sexualized, however. One piece was for sure, with two art pieces being less so but still a little. Is it more of an issue in the other "Odyssey of the Dragonlord" books, or was the issue you voiced here mainly with this specific book?
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SA L March 11, 2019 4:12 pm UTC
People get along either by one side giving in or both sides meeting in the middle.
Let's actually aim for the middle!
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SA L March 11, 2019 4:16 pm UTC
I'm just looking for a little parity here. ;)

Give me a lady Satyr with a suggestive male harem, a centaur man who fights in... things I'm not sure are appropriate for this forum, and a basically naked 2 page spread of a dude with a scarf and some body paint, and we're good to go!

Still sexualized but not sexist!

Just to be clear-
The art is sexist because the male and female subjects are treated differently. Only the women are so exposed, and at least in the case of the lady satyrs- suggestive.
I don't have a problem with a product being 'not for me' but if the designer does not have that intent and yet is sending that message methinks they would like to know.
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SA L March 11, 2019 4:16 pm UTC
Hey! Just for a quick summary, my issues were with the nearly naked woman 2 page spread, the completely unnecessary boobplate on the centaur, and the male satyr's harem of otherwise naked women clad in fur blankets.

I do not have exposure to any of their other works and so can't assist you there unfortunately!

Like you, I've definitely seen worse, but I expect more from DND and I think we should hold 3rd party creators to the same standards. :)
Also, even if they weren't 'that bad' the men in the book are never drawn in similar states of suggestiveness/undress.
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Justin N February 24, 2019 4:30 pm UTC
The new races seem a bit off, especially the walking speed of both and the magic resistance of the Satyrs. Other than that, looks well put together and I love the Epic Paths! I like that the Divine Blessing is nowhere near game breaking but is still a fantastic reward. I'm totally going to use them!
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Jeffrey H February 23, 2019 11:46 pm UTC
There is a typo on the sixth page, in the section of “Traveling to Thylea, in the second paragraph of that section, it says on the first line, “The Forgotten Sea stretches for a hundreds of miles in every direction,” with “a hundreds of miles” being the issue. Hope it helps.
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ronald P February 22, 2019 4:13 am UTC
like what i see! any chance of seeing this in pathfinder 1e?
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Ancient S February 21, 2019 7:30 pm UTC
Dragon "lords" or dragon "ladies"?
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James F February 21, 2019 6:20 pm UTC
Can the Default View for these PDFs be changed from Two-Page, (or Book) view to One, (Or Single), Page view, please?
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Margaret A February 24, 2019 9:07 pm UTC
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