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So whether you get the book from DTRPG, the Master Edition, or the Collectors edition, the content will all be the same. You’ll get the rules, the five settings, the magic system, loot tables etc.
If you get the DTRPG version, it will be black and white and softcover. Really great table copies and books you can share and carry with you without worry.
The Master Edition has a red, black and white cover and colored interior.
The Collector Edition has an all black faux leather cover with a red wizard lock embossed on the front with red foil. The title isn’t even on the spine so it’s sleek. It also has two book mark ribbons.
All in all, you can’t go wrong with any version you pick up. Hope that helps clear things up and glad to have you back with us. Hope the health keeps improving