Art Book content page for DDB Source/Adventure modules!

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    Jeff Howie

    I don't usually post just to say "me too", but I've been wanting this for a long time. So ME TOO!! :)

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    p-thor

    Gave this a +1 because this would also help with more easily show my players examples during play. Now I usually browse the module for a specific pic which takes up too much time during play. And also some things from the book do not seem to be online. For instance the Tomb Dwarf from ToA is not place on number 5 in the rotten halls. Also would be nice to add it as  a monster but that's another matter entirely.

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    Vis S

    You mean like a link (e.g. from the table of contents for a given book) to a page that just contains all the art for the book? That would be nice.

    It's sometimes a pain to sift through the compendium content just to find a relevant image... Especially when images/sidebars/statblocks/etc. are in a weird place compared to the relevant text, due to there being different considerations involved in the layout of a physical book vs. a single webpage. (For instance, sometimes a relevant statblock will appear on the opposite page in a physical adventure book due to space considerations, but it makes no sense for it to appear among that unrelated text in the D&D Beyond version.)

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    Kenny Chow

    Yes, I'm thinking a link in the table of contents for an Art page! However, I don't mind a full featured Art Book view for all the content we own either. :)

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