Can you believe it’s been over a month since I last filled everyone in on what Wizard of the Coast has been doing? I know, shame on me! Well, here you have it. The latest and greatest from the people at WotC and the game of Dungeons and Dragons.
Currently in the launch of products, WotC is still pumping out the Underdark based products. It’ll be ongoing into the summer. However, they have a special gaming day coming up in July. But you will have to check back later on when I go over all of that information! So to hold you over until you are able to get alternative painted minis, here is what’s new on the Dungeon and Dragon Magazine worlds!
In Dragon 410, the player gets to learn more about the “curse” that is Lycanthropy. Yes, the quotes are correct because in the right hands, it’s not always a bad thing! With lycanthropy, you can have a character that will truly ravage and tear about your foes. So with the focus that is on in Dragon 410, you will be able to hone in your tactics and character with Lycanthropy. From there, WotC went to a full on focus on different races. In Dragon 411, you can learn about the thri-kreen, kenkus and tsochar. Before reading the articles, I did not know about the races at all. But that is the great and amazing part about Dragon magazine is that new information gets brought to life and can be developed into your future games.
In Dungeon 202, dungeon masters can learn about the world of Athas. Also, House Tsalaxa and a retired gladiator gives you a new quest for levels 6-8 set in the desert. So if you’re looking for a setting change and a new challenge, be sure to read up on the quest as it looks like a fun mission! If Dark Sun is more your forte, there will be a new level 8-10 quest coming out. So check back later in the month for the quest on the D&D website!
Until then, good luck and may high rolls grace your table!