At the beginning of certain storylines we’ll have a special kickoff event taking place at a select major convention to get you really involved in a cool moment in the storyline. Moments like assaulting a wizards’ tower, fighting a mass-scale battle, infiltrating a drow house, or aerial besiegement of a cloud giant’s fortress. Individual characters can have a major impact here, and there are special rewards only available during a D&D Epics adventure.
D&D Epic Adventures require two or more tables to play simultaneously, and feature an element that allows some interaction between play tables. Although they frequently have higher-than-average rewards, they can be much more difficult than the DDEX/DDAL adventures.
Earlier D&D Epics did not use entirely consistent codes to designate play seasons.