wizards of the coast
Earlier this week, we shared initial information about the upcoming Dungeons and Dragons board game, Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate. Avalon Hill sent us updated information about the game, including the release date.
Yesterday, we shared information regarding the next storyline for Dungeons and Dragons. Tomb of Annihilation will include new modules, board games, and more. Wizards of the Coast has released a complete rundown of merchandise, games and game related products coming our way in the coming months.
I do love the Dungeons and Dragons board games, as they add another level to playing in the D&D Universe without the problems of finding a GM to lead you on an adventure. This weekend, Wizards of the Coast announced the next storyline for the D&D line, and at the same time, announced the Tomb of Annihilation Board Game.
Catalyst Game Labs has announced Dragonfire – a new deckbuilding game set in the world of Dungeons and Dragons.
It’s time for your adventuring party to leave the Sword Coast in Tomb of Annihilation, the next Dungeons and Dragons storyline from Wizards of the Coast.
What would happen if you crossed Betrayal at House on the Hill and Baldur’s Gate? Well the headline kind of spoils it, but you end up with Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate, a 3-6 player game coming our way in November.
Pre-painted miniatures are nice because they are ready to play out of the box. The downside is pre-painted miniatures can be a bit pricey. WizKids has announced a new line of high-quality unpainted miniatures that are launching now.
Catalyst Game Labs has teamed with Wizards of the Coast for Dragonfire, a cooperative Dungeons and Dragons deck building game. I want to play this now…
During the heyday of Dungeons and Dragons 4e, players and GMs could go to DNDInsider.com and get access to nearly everything they needed to create characters and settings for the game. That service has basically been shuttered since the launch of D&D 5e, but this weekend at PAX East, Wizards of the Coast announced a new digital initiative – D&D Beyond.
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.