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Rage of Demons

Dig in the dark is a gas. Baby can you dig it?
Dig down far enough in the Forgotten Realms and you'll run into the Underdark. It's spooky and... well... dark. Usually the home to all sorts of creepy-crawlies, but not necessarily demons. Well, thanks to Gromph Baenre, Archmage of Menzoberranzan, you can now find bunches of demons down there, too. Err... good? Well, it's good if you're an adventurer looking for adventure, I guess.
Demons aren't really known for their composure and restraint. In fact, it's sort of one of their hallmarks that they don't have composure and restrain, for the most part. As such, calling a set Rage of Demons seems rather fitting. Since I don't think "Tolerance of the Demons" or "Quiet Contemplation of the Demons" would've gone over so well.
Wizards of the Coast brings fan-favorite Drizzt Do'Urden to the forefront once more with their new Rage of the Demons storyline for Dungeons & Dragons. Stock up on lanterns and sunrods, players will be headed into the Underdark in order to halt the nefarious plans of various demon lords. Players will be able to experience the setting across multiple platforms, including Sword Coast Legends, a new RPG for your computer. The Neverwinter MMO will also be getting an expansion that takes you into the Underdark. Of course, it's not all electronic. Tabletop RPG players will be getting a new book, Out of the Abyss. WizKids and Gale Force 9 will have product tie-ins as well.

From the announcement: