We are very excited to tell you about Idle Champions Presents, a unique interactive livestream experience from Dungeons & Dragons.
Idle champions Xbox gamers can make in-game decisions that affect a series of live Dungeons & Dragons sessions featuring popular content creators. The results of these D&D sessions, in turn, will affect what happens in the game the following week!
In the week between the individual episodes, you cast votes in the game to influence what should happen in the next live stream together with your Xbox fellow players. There will be seven voting days during the week that will affect the next episode. The game translates player selections into events and updates that can challenge or support the cast during the live stream. You will then see different events and updates depending on what the cast chose in their adventure Idle champions for the game itself, which makes for a truly bi-directional interactive experience.
Let’s talk about the different in-game effects and livestream effects. During the first adventure, “The Unfair Seas,” players voted on many different events on the stream, including awarding additional dice to enhance the roles of the cast and even to force the cast to live on the stream in rhyme to speak. Other choices the players made were for the group to fight a group of demonic geese, which then showed up in their game on Xbox the following week!
We’re excited to see what Xbox gamers will vote for on the next adventure. “The Errand of a Fool, ”which began on Monday March 8th.
“Idle Champions Presents” features an outstanding cast of well-known Dungeons & Dragons personalities, all of whose characters have been faithfully recreated as champions in the game.
Two new guests will join the main cast from the first adventure. Dungeon Master B Dave Walters (“A Dark Wish”, “Silver & Steel”), Krystina Arielle (“Sirens of the Realms”, “Star Wars: The Show of the High Republic”), Erin M Evans (“Brimstone Angels”, “Dungeon Scrawlers”) and Mark Meer (Mass effect, Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition) are accompanied by Adam Bradford (“Beyond Heroes”) and Jen Kretchmer (“Silver & Steel”, D&D designer and author).
The second adventure “Idle Champions Presents”, “A Fool’s Errand”, started last Monday, March 15th. Every episode of “Idle Champions Presents” will be broadcast live from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm our Twitch channel:: twitch.tv/CNEGames. The performers play as their character, as in Idle champions.
Join the discussion on “Idle Champions Presents” on Twitter using the hashtag #IdleChampionsPresents and tagging @ IdleChampions
Idle champions of the forgotten realms
Code name Entertainment Incorporated
Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms is an official Dungeons & Dragons strategy management game. Idle Champions challenges players to assemble a group of champions and master the art of formation strategy. Players unlock new heroes, upgrade them to reveal special skills, and collect epic gear. The key to fame lies in learning how to combine champion skills to defeat an onslaught of powerful monsters. Unlock Renowned Champions Collect renowned champions from the world of Dungeons & Dragons, including fan favorites from the Force Gray series. Unlock more champions and equipment to add to your party at limited-time events. Formation Strategy Mastering each champion’s position to maximize their special abilities is the key to completing any adventure. Each champion’s skills and equipment require careful consideration to achieve the best combination. Only the most powerful formations defeat the waves of the Dungeons & Dragons monsters. Explore the Forgotten Realms Take your champions on a journey through the Sword Coast. Players can explore familiar locations in the Forgotten Realms as they tackle each adventure. The game will be updated with content inspired by the official Dungeons & Dragons adventures, starting with a trip to Chult for the Tomb of Annihilation. Regular Events The game is regularly updated with time-limited events. Completing events will unlock new champions and equipment that can be added to the player’s collection. – You can download and play Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms for free. However, some premium in-game items can also be purchased for real money. – Gems earned for free in-game by killing bosses and completing adventures can be redeemed in the game shop for silver and gold boxes containing equipment, potions, contracts and gold. Gold boxes can be bought for real money if you don’t want to wait and save gems for them. – Silver boxes contain three cards with the rarity “common to rare”. Silver chests have a chance to drop rare equipment cards, but do not contain epic equipment cards. (1) – Gold Chests contain five cards of uncommon to epic rarity. Gold chests always contain at least one rare equipment card and have a chance to drop epic equipment cards. (2) – Basic Silver and Gold Crates can turn in equipment for all basic non-event champions, including Hitch and Drizzt. They don’t drop equipment for event champions (such as Gromma, Krond, or Barrowin). – Event and promo chests work the same as simple silver and gold chests, but only drop equipment cards for certain champions. Check the description in the in-game shop to see what items they can drop. – Guaranteed “Shiny” equipment cards are available as rewards for real money purchases. However, they also have a slim chance of appearing in silver or gold boxes that you buy for free. (3) – Golden Epic bonus cards are generally only available as a purchase bonus for real money transactions. However, certain Golden Epic cards may be made available free of charge at the discretion of Codename Entertainment. – In-game purchases range from $ 2.99 to $ 59.99 (or local currency equivalent) per item. (1) The probability of a rare equipment card in a silver box is approximately 3.2%. (2) The chance of a rare equipment card in a gold box is 100%. The chance of an epic equipment card in a gold box is around 12%. To alleviate the bad luck, there is a system that guarantees at least one epic equipment card per 10 gold boxes. (3) The probability of a shiny equipment card in a silver or gold box is approximately 0.1% per equipment card.