“Our goal with Tales of Xadia is to authentically capture the unique feel, expansive world, and epic stakes of The Dragon Prince,” said Adam Bradford, Executive Producer and Vice President of Tabletop at Fandom. “As we enter the public playtesting phase, we’re excited for fans to see the game in action, experience a thrilling original story, and share their feedback that will help us finalize the game for the full release later this year.”
“This game has the same rich world-building and epic stories that fans of the show have come to know,” said Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond, co-creators of the Netflix series in a joint statement. “We can’t wait to hear about your own adventures and escapades through Xadia.”
The public playtest for Tales of Xadia begins on February 9, 2021, but players interested in getting in on the actions sooner can sign up for early access starting today. If you’re looking to get into tabletop RPGs but don’t know where to start, why not see which game might suit your table best?
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