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  • Published: 10 November 2020
  • ISBN: 9781506718125
  • Imprint: Dark Horse Books
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 256
  • RRP: $199.99

Critical Role: The Chronicles of Exandria--The Mighty Nein (Deluxe Edition)Â



Journey through Wildemount alongside the motley group known as the Mighty Nein!

Encompassing the first chapters of Critical Role’s second campaign, this tome illustrates the adventures of our unlikely heroes as they meet in Trostenwald, struggle through a heartbreaking encounter with the Iron Shepherds, and more. Featuring stunning works by artists from the Critter community, Critical Role: The Chronicles of Exandria—The Mighty Nein is a beautiful way to revisit the origin of the Mighty Nein through the perspective of Expositor Beauregard Lionett and the archivists of the Cobalt Soul.

The deluxe edition of The Chronicles of Exandria—The Mighty Nein boasts 264 pages of art created by the Critical Role community and accompanying text written by Liam O’Brien, Taliesin Jaffe, Dani Carr, and the cast of Critical Role. It also includes the following extras, exclusive to the deluxe edition:

A faux-leather, foil-stamped cover and decorative clamshell box featuring art by Lauryn Ipsum and designed by Cindy Cacarez-Sprague

An annotated cloth map of the Dwendalian Empire by Deven Rue

A triptych-style lithograph featuring exclusive art by Sam Hogg

Character sketches of each of the Mighty Nein by Nick Robles

A flyer for the Fletching & Moondrop Traveling Carnival of Curiosities by Will Kirkby

A sumptuous invitation to the Lavish Chateau by Helen Mask

Blueprints for the Tinkertop Bolt Blaster 1000 by Fernando Furukawa

A pamphlet on the Traveler by Ceri Giddens

Flower sketches by Lauryn Ipsum

  • Published: 10 November 2020
  • ISBN: 9781506718125
  • Imprint: Dark Horse Books
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 256
  • RRP: $199.99

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Praise for Critical Role: The Chronicles of Exandria--The Mighty Nein (Deluxe Edition)Â

The reason people are invested in Critical Role isn’t the dice rolling or spellcasting…They make mistakes; they snipe at each other; they act selfishly. And that humanity makes them compelling to watch (though if I’m going to be nerdy about it, most of the characters technically aren’t human)

Ryan Teitman for SLATE

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