According to the retailer, D&D Quest Chronicles will be 64 pages long, and you can pre-order now. WotC isn’t publishing the book. Expanse are.
Wizards of the Coast don’t bend all the way over for Amazon, though, and try and support FLGS and indie book shops. Forbidden Planet catalogue now has the Alternative Hardcover edition open for pre-order at £39.99 with an estimated release date of 5th December.
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The press release from Hasbro quickly highlights Dan Rawson’s e-commerce and strategy experience, and when it talks about him leading the overall growth of D&D, it lists three areas. They are; digital, physical, and entertainment.
There’s also concern around Wizards of the Coast’s video policies, as the company does not say how long any video data is kept.
WotC also recognises that the designer community is worried about the changes. As a result, the plans to remove these individual titles from the DMsGuild have been scrapped.
Wizards of the Coast acknowledge the description was bitterly dated and loaded with connotations and implications.
Wizards of the Coast’s big news is out, and it’s mainly about the next edition of D&D, which will be called One D&D. There’s new books coming.
The unnamed D&D book will cost $49.95, weigh 1.25 pounds and be released by Wizards of the Coast on December 6th.
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