TLDR; We want to know what YOU think about our DM’s Resources on the DM’s Guild, as we begin working on resources for Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus. Take the survey here (and gain a chance to win all our future DM’s Resources for Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avernus)!
With a perilous journey into hell only a few days away, we’re beginning to feel the heat here at Valeur RPG. As we’ve done with Storm King’s Thunder, Waterdeep: Dragon Heist and Ghosts of Saltmarsh, we intend to publish a set of DM’s Resources for WotC’s newest campaign, Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avernus, on the DM’s Guild (alongside the blog posts we’ll be publishing about the campaign right here!).
Over the years, we’ve experimented with and evolved our DM’s Resources to the point where they now usually include many different elements: tips and tricks for enhancing the adventure, advice on how to run tricky scenarios, extra content such as bonus encounters and handouts, DM’s notes and cheatsheets, neatly arranged monster stat blocks and digital encounter maps.
Some of these additions are the result of feedback from our supporters who buy and use the products, while the rest is simply what we ourselves find useful to have when we running the campaign for our own players.
Before we delve into Baldur’s Gate – and, even more nerve-wracking, descent into the First Layer of Hell, Avernus – we’d like to actually hear from those, who’ve bought any of our DM’s Resources. We spend a lot of time and care making the resources, and want to make sure that they’re as good and as helpful to as many people as they can possible be.
So, if you’ve tried any of our DM’s Resources and want to share your thoughts about them, please take our survey and let us know what you think. We’re grateful for the opportunity to assist you on your adventures, and greatly appreciate your aid in creating the best possible products.
If you take the survey and leave your e-mail at the end, you’ll also have the chance to win all our future DM’s Resources for Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avernus. We’ll pick a winner at random from all respondents by the end of September 2019! 🙂