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Dungeon Master's Screen Reincarnated (Dungeons & Dragons) Misc. Supplies – September 19, 2017
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- Conditions + Exhaustion
- Setting a DC
- Tracking DCs
- Damage by level and severity
- Skills and associated abilities
- Obscured Areas
- Travel pace
- Encounter distance
- Actions in combat
- "Things you can do on your turn"
- Jumping rules
- Concentration Rules! (maybe I'll remember to make checks now)
- Object hitpoints
- Object armor class
- Services (price for hirelings, messengers, ship passage etc)
- Food, drink and lodging prices
- All the NPC Stuff (i.e the entire left panel)
- Something happens!
- Quick finds
The construction is quality and stands up well. The glossy finish on the Gorgeous artwork is quite slick. I’m half tempted to place this on my wall whenever I’m not using it.
Inside is information on Combat Actions, Conditions, Difficulty Checks, Skills and their associated abilities, travel times, services/common goods, cover, light, and size references for creatures. Plus a couple other misc tables.
For a beginning DM this is all I could have hoped for, and well worth the price!
Gorgeous outside cover on this remastered version.
Lots of useful information on the inside. . .especially for a newbie player/DM, like me.
I tried taking more closer up pictures of each panel to help others see what's what.
I provided the players (all new to tabletop RPGs) a cheat sheet the covers the flow and calculation of combat and player actions, which I printed from the Internet. This is the only thing that could have helped me out is instead of taking 2 panels for conditions, give us more detail on calculation combat and damage. But no big deal.
Great addition to the game.
It is alittle on the short side and as such that is the only thing I would change about it, and not by much...just slightly taller (which is personal preference). The good thing about the size is it will not block your face or mouth so your players will be able to hear you clearly. If your like me however and wish to hide your face when you make silly voices for some of the NPCs, well...this won't help much.
The artwork on the player side (as well as the DM side!) is phenomenal and everyone comments on it. Definitely makes for entertaining eye candy for the players instead of making them look at a homemade piece of rubbish 😂
My favorite thing is all the good info the screen provides, and I like the material. Its high quality, and it has a glossy type laminate over it. If you wish to you could easily use scotch tape, to tape your own paper (cut to size) to this screen and would not need to worry about the tape ripping anything off.
I highly recommend!
The screen is just as well made as the previous version: thick, stiff and glossy coated. It is also still in landscape orientation - which I prefer. High quality, more utility, just less interesting to look at for players.
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Perhaps my favourite feature of this board is its limited height. Some GM screens are extremely high, effectively concealing you and the players from each other making observing dice rolls and other materials difficult.
The artwork is really cool, as with all official products, and the screen is jam packed with useful reference material for the DM. I haven't read too much of it myself as I always play with him and his friends so don't want to risk any spoilers, but he's delighted with it and uses it every time he runs a game. Happy hubby = happy wife!
So glad it isn't a campaign specific one!
Folds nicely and resists drops, so is fairly resistant to damage. Can be wiped and cleaned without wearing.
I still regret my purchase though. Yes it is cheap, so not a big loss, but I don't think I would ever use this DM screen.
I should have read the description and look at the picture more closely.
First of all, it's actually quite short, only about 20cm tall, not even close to an A4. If you're playing with adults and they're not sitting too far from you, you won't be able to hide much with that screen
Secondly, so much of the information on it is either useless, or could have been summarised better and take less space on the panels.
Unless you have chosen to master a game without ever have looked at the PHB or the DMG, you won't need this.
The info on the DMs side is fairly useless considering what could have been placed there.
The players side is devoted entirely to the picture from the front of the DMs guide - no useful info for players reference.
Compared to the 1st edition DMs screen this screen fails miserably.
Wis save DC3 to avoid wasting £11!
But ultimately this is a good piece that has guarded my dice/notes through many a suspenseful session.
The artwork is also fantastic.