Step into the glittering city of Salvata in Sirens: Battle of the Bards, a 5e campaign and setting now on Kickstarter! The city is a diamond in the desert where bards inspire a revolution. It’s also home to unique adventures waiting for you and your Dungeons & Dragons group to discover them. This fundraising campaign smashed its initial goal in just 40 minutes. Don’t miss your chance to enter the unforgettable City of Bards.
Sirens: Battle of the Bards comes from Apotheosis Studios and friend of Nerdist Satine Phoenix. Characters from the live stream series Sirens also make appearances in this 300-page tome. With a name like Battle of the Bards, you know there’s going to be some bard-tastic content behind the colorful cover, and this supplement absolutely delivers.
Over 10 new bard subclasses, over 20 adventures, new magical items, and a huge city to explore? You’re going to need a Mage Hand to help you carry this massive book of adventure around. (Just a little bard joke for you.) There’s also a complete soundtrack from Jason Charles Miller (Starter Kit) and a Syrinscape soundset to fill out the setting.
The story comes from Satine Phoenix, Jamison Stone, Rick Heinz, and David Granjo. An impressive team of contributing writers round out the Dungeons & Dragons campaign setting and adventures. You can get the digital PDF version for just $29. A gorgeous hardcover edition will be yours for $59, and the rewards continue to increase from there. There are also add-ons from tabletop company mainstays like Level Up Dice, Wyrmwood Gaming, Roll20, and Campaign Coins available.
Sirens: Battle of the Bards is a story of revolution, music, and adventure you won’t find anywhere else. Want to see the setting in action? Stay tuned to Satine’s Twitch channel for actual game play sessions with some familiar faces. And don’t forget to pledge your support before time runs out!
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