Explore a world of magic with the new Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set: Dragons of the Isle of Storms.
Whether your friends or family have ever advised you to play Dungeons & Dragonsas if you are looking for a new activity for your free time, the new Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set: The Dragons of the Isle of Tempests is the perfect way for new players to get to know this popular role-playing game better. Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set: The Dragons of the Isle of Tempests contains the basic rules of the game, plus everything players need to take on the role of heroic characters caught up in an ancient war between dragons, while exploring the secrets of The Island of Tempests.Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set: The Dragons of the Isle of Tempests is the perfect gateway for new players and Dungeon Masters to dive into action-packed adventures where heroes battle monsters, find treasure, and go on epic quests. Intended for beginners (levels 1-3), this starter kit includes game rules, an adventure notebook, five ready-to-play characters, and six polyhedral game dice. More tips and a wealth of video tutorials are available to help you play. learning to play D&D even easier in the center of Learn to Play from playdnd.comDungeons & Dragons Starter Set: The Dragons of the Isle of Tempests is available now on your favorite game store and will be available in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, and Japanese.For more information, visit dungeonsanddragons.comShare0 Carlos Gallego Guzmán Since I can remember I have always been attracted to drawing, comics and especially cinema, “Star Wars: Episode IV” is responsible for this hobby, I was fascinated by the large number of spaceships that appeared in it and the whole world created by George Lucas, the scene of the Corellia ship being chased by an imperial cruiser that advanced until it filled the screen was impressive. The music of John Williams was catchy and easy to remember, by then I remember my collections of trading cards and the dolls of the saga. Another big influence has been the comics, specifically the Vertex editions of Spiderman, The X Patrol, The Avengers, The Fantastic 4, with which I learned to draw by copying the vignettes of John Romita Sr. and Jack Kirby. So it was not surprising that he ended up studying at the art school in Zaragoza.