Dungeons & Dragons has returned with a 5th edition of the classic fantasy RPG. TGN’s Enrico Nardini shares his adventures and experiences in this newest rendition of the Forgotten Realms.
Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition (D&D Next, 5E) dropped a few weeks prior to Gen Con 2014. I can say in all honesty, despite my current employment, I just wasn’t that excited. That doesn’t mean 5E is not a great product, hasn’t generated buzz, or wasn’t worthy of my attention. When D&D Next was announced and public playtesting and feedback began, I was interested. It was a bold move (seemingly in the right direction) from an industry leader. But, as a year passed with nothing new on the shelves, and older editions got their premium rereleases, I simply moved on.
Planet Arbitrary has posted up a new episode of Game Classy for your listening pleasure.
In this episode:
Wherein the boys review the Monster Manual for Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition.
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Gale Force 9 has updated their Dungeons & Dragons website with new hobby, assembling, and painting sections.
Go check ’em out.
From the announcement:
We have just given our Dungeons and Dragons site a bit of a facelift to celebrate the new edition of the game. We have also added some new sections to the site to help get to know our products. In the Assembly section you will find guides to assembling our D&D Collectors Series range of figures including some tricks to make your life easier. In the Painting sage you can find out how the pros painted their miniatures and pick up some new techniques that could improve your painting skills. The Hobby section will explore some of the other creative aspects of the hobby, like creating display tables and what goes on behind the scenes.