Dungeons and Dragons streamed games are growing in popularity among the internet. The newest announced show includes actress Deborah Ann Woll (Daredevil, True Blood) as Dungeon Master for Relics and Rarities.
This is a campaign that I am Dungeon Mastering (DMing). It took me hundreds of hours to write. We have amazing guests! And an amazing crew! I can’t wait to announce everything and for all of you to watch! 😉😘❤️ https://t.co/Jqa0uGp450
— Deborah Ann Woll (@DeborahAnnWoll) December 13, 2018
Geek and Sundry announced the upcoming project earlier this week. It will be a weekly episodic show set in a world created entirely by Woll. The player characters include Julia Dennis, Tommy Walker, Xander Jeanneret, and Jasmine Bhullar. Each episode will also include a surprise celebrity guests.
Relics and Rarities is in the town of Bellbrook sometime after the year 1666. It appears to take place in a more modern world than that of Dungeons and Dragons.
The game seems to be a fusion of the tabletop game and an escape room. Geek and Sundry wrote about the newly announced project on their website saying,
“The world of Relics and Rarities is immersive with sets designed especially for each adventure. Players will have unique puzzles and props to make their gameplay even more exciting. And though the world is established and rich, none of the gameplay is scripted.”
Woll posted to Twitter after the official reveal:
Geek and Sundry posted the short teaser video to social media.
Most recently, Woll appeared as a character in an episode of Critical Role, another live streamed Dungeons and Dragons show. She also played a role in the show Force Grey. If you want to see her in action as a Dungeon Master, check out her Witch of Briarcleft one-shot she wrote for Wizards of the Coast’s Stream of Many Eyes event.
Subscribers of Geek and Sundry’s Project Alpha will get first access to Relics and Rarities when it premieres Monday, February 4th.
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