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    Melissa Mary Doucette

    Can't express how much I'd love to see Creature Codex and Tome of Beasts on DDB.

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    Michael Richards

    Kobold Press for Midguard products, Onyx Path for Scarred Lands, and Cubicle 7 for Adventures in Middle Earth are top of my list.

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    Leighpierce90

    Frog god games would be up there for me too.

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    Keith M Jones

    It would also be great if a deal could be worked out with DM's Guild so that content creators could make a DDB version, as well. 

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    Blaine McNutt

    Definitely want Kobold Press’ Tome of Beasts and Creature Codex.

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    Lou Anders

    Kobold Press please

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    Drewstevens74

    I would most definitely suggest material by Kobold Press. The Tome of Neasts and Creature Codex if nothing else.

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  • Yes please!! Especially to Kobold Press

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    Ash

    Expanding content beyond official would be a major boon to the platform. I love Midgard and Kobold Press. But I imagine that it would be good for many other products as well.

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    J.V. Wilder

    I would love Kobold Press, Frog God Games, Arcanis, Cubicle 7, Sword and Sorcery's setting, and others added to the licensed material section or whatever. Then you could add 3rd Party publishing to the options in the Character maker. Just like Critical Role content. Have a disclaimer that its not official. Problem Solved. 

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    Brad Ferris

    I’d like to echo the request for Kobold Press material.

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    Paul Lindgren

    There was an interview with Matt Coleville about getting his Strongholds and Followers book on D&D Beyond. Would love to see that happen!

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    Taycen Timothy

    We already have specific Critical Role content included and integrated into DNDBeyond, it'd be nice to see the Tal'Dorei campaign guide be included in full, as well as other well-established content by known creators in the community.

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    Joe Vinsik

    Kobold Press, especially Tome of Beasts and Creature Codex!

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    Jeremiah McCoy is a nerd

    Yeah, Kobold Press is giving good value and is certainly high on the list of desired Third Party material. Hell, a large number of their writers are already writing a good amount of the official D&D material. 

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    lexxmasta

    I’d love to see Sly Flourish content here.

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    overdox

    Now this is something that I am looking for on dndbeyond, Kobold Press (Tome of Beasts, Creture Codex, Midgard) , Frog God Games (all the great adventures), Nord Games (ultimate NPC's and Bestiary collection).

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    Rui M Almeida

    Yes please! Would love to see the likes of Frog God Games, Kobold Press, Nord Games, Art of the Genre, Paradigm Concepts, and more distribute their materials within D&DB.

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    Andrew Obrigewitsch

    I’m very surprised that not even all the adventures from WTC are on the site, not to mention third party providers are on here. If D&D Beyond needs help in parsing data from these sources, give me a call my team parses millions of documents a year.

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    Cody Brower

    Hah. It looks like there are already a ton of people on here already saying it. However, I would still echo them - Kobald Press would be amazing. The Tome of Beasts is one of my favorite non-official books of all time.

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    Lemauxjw

    +1 for the kobold press Tome of Beasts, Creature Codex and the upcoming ToB 2.

     

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    Brian Oppermann

    I would love to see Kobold Press included.  Tome of Beasts, Creature Codes, Midgard Heroes Handbook, Southland Heroes, Midgard Heroes, Unlikely Heroes, Items Wondrous Strange, Tales from the Old Magreve, Demon Cults & Secret Societies.  So much great material that could be added! 

    And soon Empire of the Ghouls, Deep Magic, and Tome of Beasts 2. 

    This is awesome material.  

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    Draxxion

    I would love to see a way for those publishing on DM's Guild to integrate their offerings with DnDBeyond. Because a lot of my players are dependent/highly prefer using DnDBeyond, it's hard to bring in custom mechanics or races from DM's Guild content unless I model it all manually myself. Having good integration with material on DM's Guild would open up a lot of more purchasing for DM's like myself.

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    John Walter

    I run Kobold Press heavy, Midgard-based games. Without Kobold Press content, I have no reason to use the platform. D&D Beyond would have been a great platform for my face-to-face group that's going online during social distancing, and a couple of players asked about it, but I had everyone sign up with Roll20 even though we're largely playing over Discord because I have Kobold Press content in Roll20 to share.

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    DM_Wulfgar

    Personally. I LOVE 3rd party. I have the 3 WotC core books everything else is KP or FGG. In fact, I haven't really subscribed to d&d beyond because of the lack of 3rd party material.

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    Greg J. Adams

    I love the idea of adding Kobold Press products!

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    Lou Anders

    I understand they can't add every third party publisher out there, but Kobold Press, which seems to be the most requested publisher on here, has certainly been vetted and earned its place. It was some of the kobolds, after all, who did the Rise of Tiamat adventures and Ghosts of Saltmarsh. I imagine there are behind the scenes issues D&D Beyond can't discuss, but I remain hopeful we'll get Kobold Press on here one day.

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    AD

    They've been asked this question numerous times (by me at least twice). It's clear that they would love to add third party products. It's also clear that their current license with WotC doesn't allow it.  Adam has also said pretty clearly that they have been trying to find a a way to make it happen. They may succeed or fail, but they are trying. Fingers crossed.

    That said, the more people who voice a desire for it the better, as it gives them incentive to prioritize trying to make it happen. 

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    DM_Wulfgar

    The truth is, D&D Beyond is just D&D without the 3rd parties, there is just no beyond.

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    Joe Vinsik

    There needs to be a concerted effort through social media to push the issue. Now is a great time for that!

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