Dungeons & Dragons: Dungeon Academy: No Humans Allowed!

Paperback

Welcome to Dungeon Academy, where monsters and creatures train for the dark world that awaits just beyond the Dungeon walls.

But Zellidora ‘Zelli’ Stormclash wasn’t a monster or a creature. She was something far worse. Zelli was a human.

Disguised as a minotaur, Zelli keeps to herself and does her work. While in class, Zelli learns of the great human adventurer, Allidora Steelstrike, who oddly resembles her. Could Zelli be – a Steelstrike?

Seeking answers to her true lineage, Zelli embarks on a dangerous adventure. But she won’t be alone. A vegan Owlbear, a cowardly Kobold and a shapeshifting Mimic who only transforms into nice things will join Zelli on her quest for the truth. And who knows, perhaps these monstrous misfits may discover truths of their own …

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ISBN

978-0-7555-0382-7

Publication Date

25-11-2021

Format

Paperback

Pages

208 pages

Dimensions

135x209mm

Product Description

Welcome to Dungeon Academy, where monsters and creatures train for the dark world that awaits just beyond the Dungeon walls.

But Zellidora ‘Zelli’ Stormclash wasn’t a monster or a creature. She was something far worse. Zelli was a human.

Disguised as a minotaur, Zelli keeps to herself and does her work. While in class, Zelli learns of the great human adventurer, Allidora Steelstrike, who oddly resembles her. Could Zelli be – a Steelstrike?

Seeking answers to her true lineage, Zelli embarks on a dangerous adventure. But she won’t be alone. A vegan Owlbear, a cowardly Kobold and a shapeshifting Mimic who only transforms into nice things will join Zelli on her quest for the truth. And who knows, perhaps these monstrous misfits may discover truths of their own …

Author

Madeleine Roux

Dungeons & Dragons was created in 1974, and has been the go-to tabletop role-playing game ever since. In the almost half a century since its creation, its lore has expanded to hundreds of adventures across dozens of settings, and pervaded every corner of popular culture.