Wizards of the Coast has been quietly making a selection of old Dungeons & Dragons products available via print on demand.
For the first time, you’ll be able to watch a live Dungeons & Dragons game on a cinematic scale.
One of the writers behind The Conjuring 2 and its upcoming spinoff The Nun is conjuring up a script for Warner Bros.’ long-awaited Dungeons & Dragons movie.
Free RPG Day is back.
Two fantasy worlds merge with the release of Plane Shift: Zendikar, a tabletop D&D campaign setting based on the Magic: The Gathering trading card game.
Curse of Strahd lives up to the Ravenloft reputation for immersive horror D&D roleplaying.
Four cult dedicated to evil elemental powers have infiltrated the North, bringing destruction to the Forgotten Realms.
Magic: The Gathering leads the fantasy card game world on the tabletop, but not on the tablet.
D&D is back, and it’s stronger than ever.
This is potentially a huge game changer for Wizards of the Coast, which created a monster when it made their core rules open-source two editions ago.