This introductory guide to DUNGEONS & DRAGONS is an illustrated primer to many of the characters you can play in D&D, along with their essential weapons and adventuring tools.
In this illustrated guide, you're transported to the legendary and magical worlds of Dungeons & Dragons, where you are presented with one-of-a-kind entries for different types of warriors, as well as the weaponry these fighters need for D&D adventuring. This guide includes detailed illustrations of the weapons, armor, clothing, and other equipment that fighters use, and offers the tools young, aspiring adventurers need for learning how to build their own characters, including sample profiles, a flowchart to help you decide what type of warrior to be, and brainstorming challenges to start you thinking like an adventurer whether on your own or in the midst of an exciting quest with friends and fellow players.
|Series:||Dungeons & Dragons Young Adventurer's Guides Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.75(w) x 8.25(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Dungeons & Dragons launched the great tradition of roleplaying games in 1974 with an unprecedented mix of adventure and strategy, dice-rolling, and storytelling. Wizards of the Coast continues to honor that tradition, bringing to market a diverse range of D&D game and entertainment experiences and influencing numerous writers, directors, and game designers by tapping into an innate human need to gather with friends and tell an exciting story together.
Jim Zub is a writer, artist, and art instructor based in Toronto, Canada. Over the past twenty years he’s worked for a diverse array of publishing, movie, and video game companies including Marvel Comics, Disney, Capcom, Hasbro, Cartoon Network, and Bandai Namco. He’s been writing the official Dungeons & Dragons comic series since the launch of the fifth edition in 2014.
Stacy King is a Toronto-based author who began rolling her way through dungeon adventures when she was ten years old. Formerly the editor and lead writer for the Manga Classics line, she has overseen graphic novel adaptations of classic literary novels like Pride and Prejudice, Les Misérables, and Dracula. She has a B.A. in English literature from the University of Toronto. In her spare time, she enjoys historical costuming, baking, and board games.
Andrew Wheeler is a Shuster and Eisner Award–winning writer and editor born in the UK and based in Toronto. He has written for television, video games, comics, and prose. His works include the comics series Another Castle and Freelance and the LGBTQ young adult anthology Shout Out.