The latest One D&D playtest document has a host of changes to how weapons are going to work in the game's next version, which is slated to come out next year to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dungeons and Dragons.
Alongside the previous look at the Cleric and the fresh new look at the Druid, the newest One D&D playtest material also focuses on another iconic class, the Paladin.
Now that we've all had a chance to absorb the results of January's Open Gaming License controversy, Wizards of the Coast has released a new round of playtest material for the upcoming One D&D.
Since One D&D started its playtesting, the main question on everyone's mind has been: when will One D&D officially release?
The most recent Unearthed Arcana revises the Cleric, the iconic D&D support class, for the upcoming One D&D.
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.
The Rogue class in Dungeons & Dragons 5e has come a long way from its roots as the Thief class back in the AD&D days, but the One D&D Rogue — and the entire concept of Expert Classes, which includes the Bard, Ranger, and Rogue — is reminiscent of those early Thieves.
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.
Unearthed Arcana unleashes some Giant options, just in case you want to tap into the power of primordial giants in your D&D game
The latest D&D Unearthed Arcana playtest content offers a host of new class options themed around Giants, so anyone wanting to add a little might to their martial character will have options other than the recently-added Rune Knight Fighter.