I enjoyed reading this book as much as a fantasy novel.
Even if you didn't like the new direction Forgotten Realms took in 4e, you'll probably have a great time with the Neverwinter Campaign Setting.
The Gazetteer section is very well done, bringing a lot of interesting detail and adventure hooks to the Neverwinter region.
Neverwinter has quickly become one of my favorite settings to play for an RPG. I feel like the people producing these games, year after year, really try to bring... Read more
This book a a must for anyone who is playing Forgotten Realms in 4E! There are many elements that I feel should have been in the actual 4E FR Players Handbook including Racial... Read morePublished 13 months ago by thanson02
This is a great campaign setting. I was initially unsure about getting it, as I didn't understand the purpose of a setting devoted to a single city. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sobran
I really enjoy the Neverwinter campaign setting. I personally just use these as a primer to enhance campaigns I'm planning on running with little bits and pieces of the already... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Emmy
I bought a used copy of the Neverwinter Campaign Guide a few weeks ago and I was pleasantly surprised by what I found inside. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jon Forrester
Just as expected from the 4 e book in general and from the 4 e F R book especially though.Published 17 months ago by Cyrill A. Monastyrski
I'm old school D&D going back to 1e and still own the original boxed set for the Forgotten Realms. Neverwinter has also been a big part of my gaming experience in the past - from... Read morePublished 20 months ago by PghDrake
Can't get enough of the Forgotten Realms? Neverwinter is the book for you! This book offers new backgrounds, new locations, and new enemies for your Forgotten Realms game.Published on November 26, 2012 by JohnG1701
I'm an experienced DnD player but this is actually my first time DMing. I was really attracted to the sand-box style this campaign setting seemed to present so I decided to give... Read morePublished on November 14, 2012 by William Hellmuth