Awesome is expensive. The pre-order, expected in April-ish, dragons cost around $2,000. Yes. Ouch. My treasure hoard is lacking.
We’re getting 50th-anniversary games, and that’s new paper to buy, but we’re not yet sure whether we will get more D&D 5.0, 5.5 or even 6.0.
It’s a clever design, too, focusing on Tiamat and no mention of D&D on the t-shirt itself.
It’s a clever piece, with bits clipped from previous episodes, new backgrounds and new voice acting when needed.
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The classic 80s Dungeons & Dragons cartoon heroes engage in a fierce battle with the dragon-god Tiamat. I don’t see any sign of Dungeon Master, though. Isn’t that always the way?
Due to ship in September, WizKids has announced a 73.4cm (28.9 inch) wide, 37.1cm (14.6 inch) tall and 42.8cm (16.8 inch) long dragon figure.
This illustration of the old Dungeons & Dragons cartoon was put together by deviant artist Juggertha in response to a monthly “fight” over at PencilJack. It shows the Dungeons & Dragons ride that started the adventure into the unknown, the brave adventuerers, Dungeon Master, Venger and Tiamat.