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Wizards of the Coast has announced a new book for Dungeons & Dragons. It's called Explorer's Guide to Wildemount and will give players all the information required in order to successfully navigate the continent in Exandria. However, even if you're using it for just whatever game you might be playing at the time, the book will offer a whole new set of character subclasses, spells, monsters, and more. Expect this book on store shelves this March.

Well, from what I've seen, we weren't really supposed to know about this yet, but Amazon has started taking orders for the upcoming Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, an official Dungeons & Dragons book for the Critical Role show. If you've been a fan of the show and you've wanted to get down into the realm they play in, soon, you'll be able to do exactly that.

The Forgotten Realms. It's one of the most iconic settings in all of Dungeons & Dragons and soon, you'll have some insight into those that live in it, as well as the fantastic locations therein. Wizards of the Coast has announced the Laeral Silverhand's Explorer's Kit. You get dice. You get maps. You get cards giving a deeper look into different individuals and locations in the setting. It's coming March 17th.

With the release of the new Eberron book for Dungeons & Dragons, players are able to head into that war-ravaged world and see if they can pick up the pieces after a terrible conflict. Wizards of the Coast is always big on giving DMs resources for running their games, and that includes the Adventure League. WotC has posted up the new upcoming Oracle of War campaign preview for you to check out.

With the hardcover version of Eberron: Rising From the Last War now available from Wizards of the Coast, you might want to add it to your online games on Roll20. Thankfully, you don't have to worry about simply holding the book in front of you as you play, as the supplement has now been added to the Roll20 system. Now, you and your gaming group can use it, no matter where you are around the world.

Sort of two ends of the spectrum for you from Wizards of the Coast today. On one side, you've got the mechanized world of Eberron with the Rising From the Last War book. On the other, you have the zany madcap of Dungeons & Dragons vs Rick and Morty. I did say they were pretty opposite sides of the spectrum. Both of these are available now.

Gaming is fun. Giving to charity is good. Gaming for charity is just good, clean, wholeseome fun. That's what we have here. Wizards of the Coast has created a special supplement for a new character race (the tortle) and a new location as part of a special package. All proceeds for purchasing this new document goes to ExtraLife.

When you want to fill your day with gaming information, a gaming magazine is a great place to do it. Wizards of the Coast continues their long tradition of extra information for Dungeons & Dragons with Dragon+ magazine. Issue 28 is now available. It's free to download and read, so why not take a look and see what they have to offer?

I play Dungeons & Dragons every-other weekend. I was just looking over character spell options this morning for my Bard. I'm sure many of you are in regular games as well. If you are (or even if you just enjoy the game less frequently), Wizards of the Coast wants to hear from you. They've posted up their D&D Survey 2019 and would be thankful if you could check it out.

Want to fill your day with gaming info? Are you playing in or soon to be playing in a Dungeons & Dragons game? Just interested in the system? If you answered "yes" to any of these, you should check out Dragon+ issue 27. It's available now for your downloading and reading pleasure.

When your gaming group is spread out all over, it can be hard to get together in one room to play (I mean, if everyone lives in the same apartment building, it can sometimes be hard to get everyone together in one room to play, but still...). That's where digital tabletops come in, with Roll20 being an industry leader. And if you're looking for adding the acclaimed Baldur's Gate: Descent into Avernus campaign, it's now available.

Getting just the right figure to represent your character or monsters on the tabletop when playing an RPG is a big thing for me, and I'm sure it is for some of you as well. And you may feel that the regular Icons of the Realms figures just aren't good enough for you. Well, you're in luck, as WizKids is coming out with a premium line of figures.

I like having a diverse set of miniatures out on the table when I'm playing my RPGs. And I like them to be as close to the thing they're representing as possible. So, getting a new set of D&D miniatures from WizKids is always nice. The Baldur's Gate: Descent into Avernus set is now available. If you're playing the corresponding adventure from WotC, it's perfect. But if you're just looking for some new figures to round out your collection, it's great for that too.

Wanting to play something a bit more steampunk with your D&D game? You don't have much longer to wait. Wizards of the Coast is showing off their upcoming Eberron: Rising from the Last War book, which will give you everything you need to get going, from a campaign guide to player options. Pre-orders are being taken now, including for an alternate cover.

If you want to fill your day with gaming info, a gaming magazine is a great way to do that. And if you're a Dungeons & Dragons player, you'll always want to check out Dragon+. It's always full of new options for both players and DMs alike. Issue 26 is available now for your downloading and reading pleasure. It's free, so why not check it out?

With the golden age of gaming we've got going on right now, more people than ever are joining the nerdy masses. Many of them are looking to try some of the classic games they've heard of for so long, including Dungeons & Dragons. But where can they get everything they need to get playing? That'd be the Essentials Kit, just released from Wizards of the coast. It's even got a 1-on-1 variant, essentially making it a 2-player starter set for D&D.

So, you may have picked up the physical version of Acquisitions Incorporated from Wizards of the Coast. But what if you're playing with your friends in other cities/different continents on Roll20? Well, you don't have to worry about that, either, as the book is now available no that platform as well.

"You got your Penny Arcade in my Dungeons & Dragons!"
"You got your Dungeons & Dragons in my Penny Arcade!"
*tries some games*
Hey! This is great!

That's... probably not exactly what you'll say, but it could be when you grab Acquisitions Incorporated, the new book for Dungeons & Dragons, available now.

With all the focus lately on gaming, new players are joining the fold all the time. Many are looking to get into such popular games as Dungeons & Dragons. But where should they begin? With all the different books and supplements out there, it can be intimidating for a new player. Thankfully, Wizards of the Coast is coming out with D&D Essentialls, a new entry-level starter pack to get players gaming as quickly as possible.

Much of the week, here in the office, I've been listening to my 80s station on Pandora. Little did I know how appropriate that would be, considering this announcement. Roll20 now has the Stranger Things module for Dungeons & Dragons available on their platform.

It's time again to fill your day with gaming info. I mean, I know I already do some of that, but gaming magazines can certainly help as well. In this instance, we have Dragon+ issue 25. As usual, it's got your regular bit of Dungeons & Dragons goodness.

Ours is a global world. You could be just about anywhere reading this news. It also means that you could be just about anywhere and playing Dungeons & Dragons with your friends, just about no matter where they are. That's thanks to Roll20. And they've expanded their line again with the classic Ghosts of Saltmarsh adventure line, available now.

Dungeons & Dragons has had many extra worlds and modules made for it, but this might be one of the most out-there. *waits for the comments to fill up with ones that are way crazier* It's Dungeons & Dragons vs. Rick and Morty (yes, the ampersand on one side and not the other is causing my eye to twitch).

Aw hell... literally. Wizards of the Coast is taking your D&D game straight to hell in Baldur's Gate: Descent into Avernus. This new adventure takes players all the way from Level 1 up to Level 13 (seems appropriate for a trip through hell). You can even get your own Infernal War Machines and cruise hell's landscape in style.

A whole new Dungeons & Dragons: Icons of the Realms figure set is available now from WizKids. Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage gives you a bunch more figures to use in your games. I always like to have the proper figure out there representing what my party is fighting, so having more options is always good.