Dragons are cool.
Last week during D&D Live we learned that one of the upcoming D&D projects is Fizban's Treasury of Dragons, a sourcebook that's all about the second, and arguably cooler, part of the game's name.
Upcoming D&D sourcebook Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons focuses on all things Draconic in Dungeons and Dragons
At D&D Live 2021, we learned about the next sourcebook for 5th Edition: Fizban's Treasury of Dragons. Shortly before the event, Fizban's Treasury of Dragons showed up on both Amazon and D&D Beyond, so I'm comfortable saying that's what we're talking about in the first D&D Live panel of the day.
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