Good news for anyone who’s ever watched Adult Swim’s endlessly profane, relentlessly inventive Rick And Morty and thought “Gosh I wish I could be a quasi-omnipotent super scientist who ignores the emotional needs of the people around him, drinks constantly, and is generally completely immune to the consequences of his actions”: Therapy exists!
But also, you can now come one step closer to emulating the supreme state of Rick-dom yourself, with Wizards Of The Coast announcing a new licensed adventure set based on everybody’s favorite, occasionally pickled adventurers. Following in the Demogorgon-y footsteps of the company’s recent Stranger Things tie-in kit, the five-player adventure will include all the basics required to start playing the beloved tabletop game, along with, presumably, a few more critical clues about proper plumbus use.
There’s no word yet on when the Dungeons & Dragons vs Rick And Morty: Tabletop Roleplaying Game Adventure will arrive in gaming shops. In the meantime, though, you can console yourself with the knowledge that the Rick And Morty comic is also getting in on the dice-rolling fun with a D&D-branded miniseries, and that the nerds writing it love this sort of crap enough to name their latest installment after reference to the semi-obscure Planescape setting.