Wizards Of The Coast
Wizards of the Coast announced today that it has purchased digital toolset D&D Beyond, inspiring many people to DM me and ask "didn't they already own this?" And heck, it's not like they weren't aware that people thought this, because D&D Beyond's own announcement says the site is "formally joining Wizards of the Coast" rather than framing it as a surprise acquisition: Dungeons & Dragons and D&D Beyond have always felt like a part of the same family.
Journeys through the Radiant Citadel is an upcoming D&D adventure book — and the first written entirely by BIPOC
Wizards of the Coast announced a new Dungeons and Dragons adventure book, Journeys Through The Radiant Citadel, a collection of 14 brand new adventures that can be played together as one campaign, injected into an existing campaign, or even included in a homebrew to be a part of a created world.
One of the fun things about Dungeons and Dragons is its plethora of amazingly weird cities that exist to foster adventures across the planes.
In the latest episode, we interview Wizard of the Coast's Senior Communication Manager Greg Tito about growing up with D&D, how Critical Role has introduced new fans to the game, and the new release of The Wild Beyond The Witchlight as well as the upcoming Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos.
Candlekeep Mysteries brings adventures and advice for DMs looking to bring the mysterious to their campaigns
Running a mystery adventure in Dungeons and Dragons can be difficult.
If you've been playing Dungeons and Dragons for any length of time, you've probably heard of the Drow.
If you like free stuff and not getting COVID-19, Wizards of the Coast has free D&D content every day
We're all handling this global pandemic as best we can.
I don't feel like I need to convince you to buy the D&D's Explorer's Guide to Wildemount -- if you're playing D&D, then you probably already know about Critical Role and Matt Mercer's campaign setting for that long-running, streamed D&D series.
Few game series have had the footprint of the Baldur's Gate series.
One of the first books I ever bought for the Third Edition of the Dungeons and Dragons RPG was, of all things, a Diablo themed sourcebook, named Diablerie.