Latest Details Of Mythic Odysseys Of Theros Leaked By Amazon

And yet more leaks about Mythic Odysseys of Theros!


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Leaks has been something closely associated with Mythic Odysseys of Theros lately. It was just days ago when it was leaked that a new book will be released by Wizards of the Coast, a collab between DnD and Magic: The Gathering. More leaks came in the form of Amazon posting the synopsis of Mythic Odysseys of Theros yesterday. Details include two new playable races, many a new subclass, a new Supernatural Gift ability that players can attach to their character, signature artifacts from the setting of Theros, and of course poweful Mythic Monsters.

Two New Races

Enter the Satyr and the Leonin. The former, according to mythology, is a man-goat hybrid of a deity. It totally makes sense that the Satyr is included in Mythic Odysseys of Theros, since the setting has a huge influence of Ancient Greek mythology. As for the Leonin, it is also a hybrid: a mash-up between a man and a lion, kind of like a sphinx.

Multiple Subclasses

Two of the new subclasses to be available are the Oath of Heroism Paladin and the College of Eloquence Bard. Note that these two were initially previewed in Unearthed Arcana playtests late last year. This could very well mean that other subclasses previewed in those playtests would also find their way into the game. While the last DnD and Magic: The Gathering collab had only two new subclasses, this time the number is likely to be much higher.

A look at the world of Theros

Mythic Monsters and Supernatural Gifts

Both Mythic Monsters and Supernatural Gifts are new DnD mechanics. The former may relate to semi-boss villains which high level adventurers would have to tackle, and fights against them would possible entail new abilities or gameplay mechanics. As for Supernatural Gifts, they could either be buffs that are awarded to characters as they progress towards their mythic destiny, or it could simply be a remastered version of Feats.

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