Not “A Player’s Perspective” – Dungeons and Dragons Nerds… Candy-Product Review

Fair Warning, this is going to be a short post.

So, as many of you may have seen, Nerds Candy did a partnership with Wizards of the Coast, doing D&D Nerds Candy.

If you haven’t already, you can go do a Google search for D&D Nerds candy and you’ll find the following site:

You will find a most curious thing: Wizards of the Coast and Nerds candy have done a promotional partnership!

As you can see, when buying these candies, you can go to the aforementioned website and find the link to submit your receipt in order to get a free adventure. When you have purchased seven total, you can get all seven adventures. There is a total of six adventures that are individual adventures for each of the character classes represented and a 7th adventure that is for the whole party.

I’ve read through them and looked through them, having gotten them all, and it’s actually a really neat little partnership deal. They really did a good job integrating the two products. And let’s be honest, seeing the little Nerds candy critters in D&D adventuring gear is adorable as all can be.

And there are actually two different kinds of candies that are being marketed. There are the regular Nerds candy in the larger boxes as displayed above, as well as a Nerds candy covered gummy.

They are equally delicious.

I know a lot of people gave Critical Role a lot of guff for “selling out” with the Wendy’s themed adventure that had come out, that they had run, but I think that, in this case, it was very well and, dare I say, tastefully done.

Let’s face it, aren’t all of us “nerds” in some way or another?

What do you think? Let me know in the comments section below!

Until next time, Dear Readers…

Published by The Daily DM

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