One of the cool and hidden benefits of the next dungeons and dragons movie? The official character stats reveal some juicy information. For example, we now know the exact amount of charisma that Hugh Grant and Chris Pine possess, and we can use that to pit them against each other. And as such, Hugh Grant – with his years of playing the charmingly awkward lead role in numerous romantic comedies in England – ousts Chris Pine by two points. But Chris Pine stans, fear not – the wonder woman and the Star Trek actor has more strength and constitution points, meaning if this battle were to end in physical prowess, Chris could probably hold his own.
Now technically these stats don’t reflect the actors, but the characters they star in. the film. Still, you’re not casting Hugh Grant in a role designed to have 0 charisma, so there’s a method behind the magic.
Stat blocks for main characters are available for free via D&D Beyond, the digital toolset for all things Dungeons and Dragons. All you have to do is login or register and you can get your very own Hugh Grant NPC to add to your game.
If charming thieves or bawdy bards aren’t quite your campaign, there are also builds for a tiefling druid (Doric, played by HeIt is Sophie Lillis), a young wizard (Simon, played by Detective Pikachu‘s Justice Smith), a devoted paladin (Xenk, played by Bridgertonby Regé-Jean Page), a fearsome fighter (Holga, played by the Fast and Furious Franchiseby Michelle Rodriguez), and an evil red magician (Sofina, played by shadow and bone‘s Daisy Head). Note for anyone looking to add the Duke-of-Hastings-but-a-paladin to their game – not all of the specific classes and races of these characters are immediately obvious! I have to save some big reveals for the movie after all.
Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Thieves hits theaters on March 31. Check out the beautiful new character art below.