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Dungeons & Dragons 5e Should Get a Setting Book for Campaigns on Earth

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Dungeons & Dragons fans love to craft their own worlds for campaigns, but some also like to put their own twist on established D&D worlds.

Wizards of the Coast has published adventures and setting books for a number of its most famous settings already, including Eberron and Ravenloft, and new books related to Spelljammer and Dragonlance are on the way.

Whether players explore these settings in campaigns or just borrow lore and statistics, all of these settings books expand D&D in valuable ways.

Still, D&D 5th edition has yet to get a major expansion in one important setting: the real world.As a general rule,Dungeons & Dragons sticks to medieval fantasy, since that's what it's designed around.

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