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You can never have enough D&D monster minis when terrorizing your players. WizKids has released the D&D Icons of the Realms: Monster Menagerie II collection, and there are some scary monsters in this set, including a Beholder!
I’ve only really played Dungeons and Dragons since the 4th edition, and have only dabbled in 5e. There are scores of new players like me who have never had the chance to play classic campaigns like Tomb of Horrors, or White Plume Mountain. Wizards of the Coast is fixing that with Tales from the Yawning Portal that updates those campaigns with new states and monsters that work perfectly in 5e.
If you are crafting the perfect room for your RPG sessions, and you are going the way of medieval fantasy, then you might want to stuff and mount a dragon’s head on the wall. Problem is, the number of dragons running around has dwindled in the last thousand years. On the plus side, WizKids has a fantastic dragon head replica to mount on your trophy wall.
PRESS RELEASE – VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), a premier company in the fields of publishing, animation distribution, and global entertainment licensing, tantalizes fantasy art fans and players of Wizards of the Coast’s popular strategy card game with the January 3rd release of the third volume in VIZ Media’s series of hardcover books presenting the incredible illustrations of Magic: The Gathering.
[Solicitations] VIZ Media and Wizards of the Coast announce The Art of Magic: The Gathering – Amonkhet
PRESS RELEASE – Wizards of the Coast and VIZ Media have jointly announced plans to expand THE ART OF MAGIC: THE GATHERING® collection with THE ART OF MAGIC: THE GATHERING – AMONKHET, scheduled for release in July 2017.
Wizards of the Coast is set to release the new Magic: The Gathering Kaladesh on September 30th. The company sent us four cards featuring some very amazing powers that are on display at the Inventors’ Fair on Kaladesh, where anything is possible. Take the jump for an exclusive look at these cards.
If you were at PAX West last weekend, you had a chance to check out some of the new cards for the upcoming Kaladesh set for Magic: The Gathering.
Magic: The Gathering fans who want a really close look at the art behind the game, should check out the upcoming The Art of Magic: The Gathering: Kaladesh, that arrives in stores in January.
D&D fans who are eager to return to Castle Ravenloft will be able to do so in March!
Dice Masters fans, there’s a new Dungeons & Dragons set arriving next month!
While you can role-play in your favorite Dungeons and Dragons world, but Wizards of the Coast and Gale Force Nine have announced Tyrants of the Underdark board game that puts you in the middle of the Forgotten Realms universe.
Wizards of the Coast and VIZ Media have announced a new art book that gathers some of the best images from Magic: The Gathering in one volume.