There are always openings available, just try not to think about why.
When you’re just starting out in the adventuring business, it might be nice to have a leg up. It can be a big help to have access to the powerful artifacts, expertise, and jobs that Acquisitions Incorporated (Acq. Inc.) has to offer a new franchise. Join Omin Dran, Jim Darkmagic and Viari like never before with the new Acquisitions Incorporated campaign book for Dungeons & Dragons!
Set yourself up for success when pursuing your own fantasy-business endeavors, using all the ingredients you need to include Acquisitions Incorporated in your D&D campaign, to establish your own franchise and take on specialized roles therein. Plus, there are always openings coming available. . .just try not to think about why.
Inside Acquisitions, Inc
Everything You Need to Set Up Your Own Franchise
“Imagine digging a hole, but instead of finding a body, you find real wealth. And a body. One you put there. Buy my book.”—Omin Dran, CEO, Acquisitions Incorporated
Set yourself up for success when pursuing your own fantasy-business endeavors using all the ingredients you need to include Acquisitions Incorporated in your D&D campaign, establish your own franchise, and take on specialized roles therein.
New Tools for Dungeon Masters
“It is of the utmost importance to remember that a good cartographer knows how to tell a story to a horse. The story does not have to be accurate, but it does have to entertain the horse.”—K’thriss Drow’b
Bring dark office comedy to the world of swords, sorcery, dungeons, and (dare we say) dragons with new roles like loremonger and obviator, and new monsters from deep crows to infamous keg robots, complete with stat blocks.
“Sure, I get it. Your first time meeting Omin Dran can be intimidating. But just remember, under all that armor is a merciless psychopath infused with the power of a god.”—Jim Darkmagic
Join Omin Dran, Jim Darkmagic, and Viari like never before in Orrery of the Wanderer, an adventure that will take players from levels 1 through 6.