The Prince of Dragons: the new seasons are coming and a RPG

The Prince of Dragons: the new seasons are coming and a RPG
During the Zoom into Xadia: The Dragon Prince panel held during Comi-Con @ Home, the virtual edition of the San Diego Comic-Con, it was announced that Netflix has renewed the animated series The Prince of Dragons. The announcement and presentation of the news in store for the connected fans are the authors Aaron Ehasz, Justin Richmond and the voice actors Paula Burrows (Rayla), Jack De Sena (Callum), Sasha Rojen (Ezran), Erik Todd Dellums (Aaravos), Racquel Belmonte (Claudia), Jesse Inocalla (Soren) and Jason Simpson (Viren).

The series will be so expanded and fans will be able to witness new adventures of Callum, Ezran and Rayla with four other new seasons with nine episodes moon. The renewal will thus allow Ehas and Richmond to complete their creative vision, since despite the closure of many storylines with the third season finale, The Dragon Prince is clearly a wide-ranging work. Currently Wonderstorm has announced that season 4 is already in pre-production, but that the premiere date of the new season has yet to be decided.

In addition to the announcement of the new seasons coming, Wonderstorm has also revealed a close multi-year agreement with Fandom leading to the creation of Tales of Xadia, the series-based board role-playing game. Tales of Xadia will allow players to explore the setting and experience numerous adventures in this fantasy world. The role-playing game will be marketed in 2021 and will use the Cortex system, a regulation already used for the role-playing games of Supernatural and Battlestar Galactica. The role play will also include a shared narrative system, which will allow players to take part in collective narrative events in which they can interact with all the players in the community.

During the conference the authors have also presented the illustrated book, The Art of The Dragon Prince ( link to Amazon ), published by Dark Horse, and the graphic novel Through the Moon ( link to Amazon ), published by Scholastic, who will explain the events that connect you to the third season to the fourth.

If you are a fan of The Prince of the Dragons-don't miss Callum''s Spellbooks, can be found at this link on Amazon.



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