Jack Dixon, the creator of Queer D&D supplement, Adventuring with Pride has launched a brand new Kickstarter for his sequel Queer We Go Again!

Adventuring With Pride: Queer We Go Again! is a queer supplement for fifth edition, offering a whole host of queer stories, NPCs and locations. The book features three brand-new player characters: a pansexual social media Warlock gome; an adorable bungling barista Wizard; and a trans activist Tiefling Fighter.  

The campaign is split over three one-shots adventures, which can be played as a series or individually. Between them they span a renaissance faire, a white wedding, and a honeymoon cruise that turns murderous…

As well as the player characters and story campaign, the book features a variety of tools to help DMs bring a queer touch into their own worlds: Three subclasses from level 1 to 20, one for each character (Warlock, Fighter, Wizard); a detailed Random Encounters table with a full cast of queer characters; and a cornucopia of magical and mundane items for use in your own homebrew adventures.

Across retail sales and charity streams, the original Adventuring With Pride made over $5000 for Stonewall and other LGBT+ charities, and the hope is to go even further this year. 50% of the future profits made from Adventuring With Pride: Queer We Go Again! hardback sales will be donated to the LGBT+ charity Stonewall, and the Kickstarter will help jump start the first print run of the book.

With even more detailed campaigns, subclasses, characters, and a new artistic flair, Jack hopes Adventuring With Pride: Queer We Go Again! will be an even bigger success than the original! But he needs the support of fans to make the book a reality. The Kickstarter will run from May 31th to June 30th, 2021.

Pledges start from £10 for a digital version of the supplement, going all the way up to £200 for a signed copy of the book and a custom-made major NPC. To get your copy, head over to the Kickstarter page now.

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