Wizards of the Coast announces virtual D&D Live event

Posted May 23, 2020

Wizards of the Coast has announced details of next month’s D&D Live event, which will be called Roll w/ Advantage. Bringing together several celebrities to roll dice together, the event will also raise money for Red Nose Day, a charity working to raise money for children in need. A trailer has been released which presents many of the famous guests who will be presenting and taking part in the event.

People all over the world continue to stay safe by staying home, the announcement states, but that doesn’t mean the adventuring has to stop. Dungeons & Dragons provides a unique opportunity to adventure with friends without leaving your front door. Help celebrate that spirit of togetherness this year at D&D Live 2020: Roll w/ Advantage. We’re bringing D&D’s brightest stars to this virtual table to preview the latest D&D storyline with live gaming sessions, all while raising money for Red Nose Day to help children affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Watch live as big personalities play elves, wizards, and fighters and embark on epic quests!

Roll w/ Advantage’s list of participants will include Deborah Ann Woll, Thomas Middleditch, David Harbour, Brandon Routh and many more. Throughout the event, fans can watch the stars play through the latest Dungeons and Dragons storyline through three days of games. The full itinerary for the three day event can be found on the website.

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To raise funds for Red Nose Day, the event will be selling exclusive apparel, which will raise funds for charity. Those playing at home can also purchase a new short adventure in PDF form, the purchases of which will also benefit Red Nose Day. Fans can also donate directly to the cause here. D&D Live 2020: Roll w/ Advantage will run from June 18th-20th, and fans can tune into YouTube and Twitch to watch the event.



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