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WWE Wrestlers Will Be Streaming A Live D&D Game This July

The Chaos Carnival table will feature four WWE stars as part of Wizards Of The Coast's D&D Live event.


The latest event announced for WotC's D&D Live event is the Chaos Carnival table, a live event that will see some of WWE's superstars enter the world of Dungeons and Dragons. Joining Dungeon Master Aabria Iyengar will be wrestlers Xavier Woods, Ember Moon, MACE, and Tyler Breeze.

The quest these wrestlers will have to undertake "involves high-flying attractions and wildly dangerous stakes," which DM Iyengar thinks will suit her superstar players well. "Each player at the table lost something precious to them at the Chaos Carnival years ago... can they unravel the secrets below the Big Top before they become the next main attraction?"

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The event will be raising money for Connor's Cure, a charity chosen by the table's participants.

The Chaos Carnival table is one of four that will take place at the D&D Live event. WotC has already announced the Lost Odyssey: Last Light Table, which will feature the likes of Jack Black, Kevin Smith, Reggie Watts, Lauren Lapkus, and Jason Mewes, hosted by Kate Welch.

D&D Live will also serve as a promotional event for WotC, involving announcements and new information for both upcoming D&D content, and other WotC properties like Magic: The Gathering. The event will be livestreamed on the newly resurrected G4 network, as well as on Peacock and on the official D&D social channels, taking place on July 16 and 17.

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