One D&D playtest revision changes Aardlings, Dragonborn, and Goliaths Species (including how we’re not calling them Races anymore)
A big chunk of the latest One D&D playtest gameplay changes are to the Aardling, Dragonborn, and Goliath, which are emphatically not Races -- because One D&D has also officially done away with the Race designation in favor of the Species label.
One of the changes is the One D&D playtest is the addition of Epic Boons -- special feats available to specific class groups at level 20.
Wizards of the Coast has demonstrated their plans for what the Bards will be in the upcoming One D&D, with playtest material showcasing the new Expertise classes.
Rangers are not the strongest class in D&D right now, and Hunters are not the most exciting subclass, but there's a bright spot at the end of the tunnel in One D&D.
The One D&D Playtest continues with Expert Classes, giving us a preview of Bards, Rangers and Rogues
Released in the familiar Unearthed Arcana format, the Expert Classes playtest document for One D&D presents changes to the entire structure of classes in the game with the creation of Class Groups.
If you've been paying attention to the One D&D playtest, you may have wondered how you can take part in the test and leave feedback for the Wizards of the Coast developers.
An impressive list of quarterly releases for Dungeons and Dragons through 2023 features giants, Planescape, and Many Things
We recently got a look at the upcoming publication schedule for Dungeons and Dragons through the end of 2023, and though the amount of information is a little overwhelming, it's also pretty exciting.
The next iteration of D&D will have its own VTT digital play experience — but we still have a lot of questions
The next edition of D&D is codenamed One D&D, and with it Wizards of the Coast intends to give players the full game experience online with a 3d virtual tabletop (VTT) system including custom miniatures, sets, and an interactive environment.
There have been many editions of D&D over the years, each radically redesigning the game — but the next edition, One D&D, might finally put an end to the bickering over which edition is best.