Calling young dungeon delvers (and the people who know them)! We’ve teamed up with our friends at Penguin Random House to give away three bundles of the first two instalments in the brand new Dungeons & Dragons Young Adventurer’s Guide series!

To be in with a chance of winning the 112-page Monsters & Creatures and Warriors & Weapons books, simply follow us on Twitter @MCMComicCon and retweet our competition announcement. Please note that this giveaway is open to UK & Ireland residents only.

Published by Penguin Random House on Tuesday 16 July, the two awesomely-illustrated hardcover guides provide the perfect entry point for young fantasy fans eager to become D&D adventurers and a great way for parents and older brothers and sisters to share their love for the game with the whole family.

Featuring expert insights on some of D&D‘s most dangerous monsters, Monsters & Creatures shines a spotlight on the beasts that scare, excite and cause trouble for adventurers, from creatures that live underground to those that dwell in the wilderness and boneyards or soar in the sky. In these profiles you will find information on the size of each monster, its danger level and tips for how to survive an encounter. The book also features introductory ‘Encounter’ stories so that readers can practice the problem-solving skills they’ll need to fight these monsters when they play a D&D adventure of their own.

Meanwhile, Warriors & Weapons present wannabe heroes with one-of-a-kind entries for different types of warriors, as well as the weaponry these fighters need for D&D adventuring. The guide includes detailed illustrations of the weapons, armour, clothing and other equipment that fighters use, and offers the tools aspiring adventurers need for learning how to build their own characters – including sample profiles, a flowchart to help you decide what type of warrior to be and brainstorming challenges to start you thinking like an adventurer whether on your own or in the midst of an exciting quest with friends.

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