According to the Duneons&Dragons website this is the NEW thrilling Critical Role adventure! (Amazon has not yet updated the image of the book)
Critical Role: Call of the Netherdeep
A D&D Product Created in Partnership with Critical Role
An epic Critical Role campaign for the world’s greatest roleplaying game.
- First major adventure module within Critical Role’s world of Exandria, taking players from levels 3-12.
- Seven chapters of thrilling adventure, new creatures and magic items, and a poster map of Ank’Harel.
- Includes new magic items and creatures and introduces new rival NPCs.
- Multi-continental story that spans the scarred Wastes of Xhorhas, introduces the continent of Marquet, and eventually plunges players into the Netherdeep—a terrifying cross between the Far Realm and the deep ocean.
- Bursting with lore and all new art depicting Exandria.
The greed of mortals has awakened a powerful entity long thought destroyed. For eons, this mighty champion of the gods has been imprisoned in the darkest depths of Exandria. His name has been forgotten, as have his heroic deeds. Languishing in despair, he calls out for new heroes to save him.
Inspired by the campaigns of the hit series Critical Role, this adventure begins in the Wastes of Xhorhas and leads to the glimmering oasis-city of Ank’Harel on the continent of Marquet, and from there into a sunken realm of gloom, corruption, and sorrow known as the Netherdeep. Above it all, the red moon of Ruidus watches, twisting the fates of those who have the power to shape the course of history.
Super excited for folks to enjoy this adventure! So proud to have put this together with the incredible talented writing team of @jamesjhaeck, @LaTiaJacquise, @incandescaent, @casskhaw, and @MakenzieLaneDA. The Netherdeep callssssss… https://t.co/0VtpCfvemN
— Matthew Mercer (@matthewmercer) October 12, 2021
NEW ADVENTURES AWAIT!
Critical Role: Call of the Netherdeep from our pals at @Wizards_DnD is available RIGHT NOW for pre-order! This epic new adventure will hit shelves on March 15, 2022.
— Critical Role (@CriticalRole) October 12, 2021