Adam Lee has worked for Wizards of the Coast for nearly 12 years. Starting as a narrative and game designer for Magic: The Gathering in 2010, Lee moved to Dungeons & Dragons in 2014.
This year, Adam Lee became the Creative Lead there, but only 8 months later, and he’s leaving the company.
He announced the change in a tweet, explaining he’s on to new adventures after making lifelong friends. He hasn’t said where he’s going.
Adam Lee was the author of the mithral best-selling Adventure with Muk, a Pay What You Want D&D adventure about a brave goblin and Birdquirrel that raised money for Wizards of the Coast’s charity partner Extra Life.
More recently, Lee also helmed Domains of Delight, an adamantine best-selling and Feywild supporting setting.
Domains of Delight are to the Feywild what Domains of Dread are to the Shadowfell: sequestered realms governed by powerful beings. Whereas a Domain of Dread is ruled by a Darklord, a Domain of Delight is ruled by an archfey—the most powerful of Fey creatures. An archfey gives form to their Domain of Delight, shaping it in ways unique to their personality. Some Domains of Delight are bright and cheery, while others are gloomy, but each one reflects the emotional state of its ruler. A Domain of Delight can be as small as a few acres or as big as a country.
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