Dungeon Master’s Screen (5e)

Dungeon Master’s Screen (5e)
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Series: 5E Supplements, Book 2
Genre: Gaming Books
Tag: D&D 5E
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Publication Year: Jan. 2015
Format: Book Supplement
Length: 4 panels
ASIN: 078696619X
ISBN: 078696619X

Master the Game! This durable, four-panel Dungeon Master’s screen features a panoramic vision of a pour soul borne aloft by an ancient red dragon. The inside of this revised screen features rules references requested by D&D fans. The screen’s landscape orientation allows the Dungeon…

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Master the Game!

This durable, four-panel Dungeon Master’s screen features a panoramic vision of a pour soul borne aloft by an ancient red dragon. The inside of this revised screen features rules references requested by D&D fans.

  • The screen’s landscape orientation allows the Dungeon Master to easily see beyond the screen and reach over, even as it keeps die rolls and notes hidden from players.
  • It also provides an at-a-glance reference for the most relevant and often-used game information, equipping Dungeon Masters of all skill levels with essential support.
  • It is an excellent resource for Dungeon Masters to facilitate inspired adventures and an engaging play experience.

Additional Information

Catalog #: C36870000
Print Edition: 2nd
Timeline: N/A

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