Bound for Ruin is the first book in a planned series featuring the Fallbacks party. J
IDW Publishing, publisher of comic book titles such as Locke & Key, Wynonna Earp, and 30 Days of Night as well as licensed properties such as the Dungeons & Dragons comics, cut more than a third of its staff and management.
Redditor Aatriuz has shared an impressive and daunting project – an attempt to plot the evolutionary tree of all the playable D&D races.
Even decades after their original release, the Gold Box games are seen by many as iconic Dungeons & Dragons digital experiences, and they practically defined computer RPGs.
Ed Greenwood created the Forgotten Realms, and his latest DMsGuild publication, one co-written with Gamehole Con director and lawyer Alex Kammer and D&D Adventurers League author Alan Patrick is out.
The Red Wizards are a favoured enemy in Faerun, and the cabal is made up of magical slavers and demonologists who think nothing about any suffering created by their magical experiments.
The 80-page scenario has PC heroes go up against the ancient green dragon Claugiyliamatar.
The special pack contains a preview of the Dragon of Icespire Peak adventure, an actual wand, cards, a compass, merch like pins, and a sweatshirt.
The D&D adventure suits four to six characters and recognises that groups playing through the series will have levelled up again. From Cyan Depths is for 10th level heroes.
The combo deal is precisely what Wizards of the Coast have been trying to do with the Magic: The Gathering x Forgotten Realms event.