Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering are two of the biggest tabletop universes to exist, with incredible lore and multiple award-winning games. Wizards of the Coast decided to combine these two extraordinary worlds to create Mythic Odysseys of Theros. A Dungeons & Dragons campaign sourcebook set in the Magic: The Gathering world of Theros.
Players will have the chance to explore the realms of Theros as Satyr or Leonin, both new races coming to the fifth edition of D&D straight from Magic: The Gathering. The title brings five signature artifacts to give players the power of gods to take down their enemies. Not only that, Mythic Odysseys of Theros introduces new sub-classes, such as the Bard’s College of Eloquence and the Paladin’s Oath of Heroism. These new powers are never easy to control so be careful of what the gods gave you.
This isn't the first time Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering cross paths, as Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica in 2018 proved to be successful enough to warrant considering further crossovers.
Walk the lands of Theros and choose a supernatural gift that sets players on the path of destiny, aligning with one of Theros’ fifteen gods and carving a tale of odysseys and ordeals. The new sourcebook introduces several new races and subclasses, including the Bard’s College of Eloquence and Paladin’s Oath of Heroism, presenting players with challenging mythic monsters. Destiny and immortal schemes will lead players to unknown challenges, leaving behind tales that are celebrated in the pantheon of myths and writ among the eternal stars.
Mythic Odysseys of Theros hits the shelves on June 2nd, priced at $49.95. The game is available in two covers, one of them distinctively designed by illustrator Kevin Tong.
What do you think of this latest Dungeons and Dragons and Magic: The Gathering crossover? Does Theros interest you more then Ravnica? Let us know in the comments below!