Livestream: Scourge of the Sword Coast
few months ago, members of the D&D team along with friends played a 25-hour Extra Life marathon featuring the Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle adventure. During that event, a gate to the Nine Hells lay open for some time, spewing smoke. The heroes who closed the gate could not know it then, but amid the chaos of battle, another threat emerged...
Now, a few months later, Daggerford is under threat again! Savage humanoids are raiding the countryside, manipulated by some sinister force.
Join members of the D&D team as they play through the latest season of D&D Encounters, featuring the Scourge of the Sword Coast adventure, which follows up on the events of that 25-hour live D&D game.
You can catch the new game live on D&D's Twitch.tv channel between 11 AM and 1 PM (PST) most Fridays for the next couple of months, or on YouTube shortly after each broadcast. The game sessions include:
Greg Bilsland (Dungeon Master) is a producer for Dungeons & Dragons by day and a graduate student at the University of Washington by night. He runs two semi-monthly D&D games set in the Dragonlance setting.
Daniel Gelon is an art director on Dungeons & Dragons. He works alongside digital licensees and oversees concept art development.
Mike Mearls is the senior manager for the D&D research and design team. He has worked on the Castle Ravenloft board game along with a number of supplements for the D&D RPG.
Trevor Kidd is an associate brand manager for Dungeons & Dragons.
Tom Olsen is a designer who works with D&D's digital game licenses, such as Lords of Waterdeep on IOS.
Matt Sernett is a designer in D&D and has worked on numerous RPG products, including most recently the Neverwinter Campaign Setting and Halls of Undermountain.