Wizards of the Coast announced yesterday that they will be releasing Basic Dungeons and Dragons, a PDF rulebook that…
“…runs from levels 1 to 20 and covers the cleric, fighter, rogue, and wizard, presenting what we view as the essential subclass for each. It also provides the dwarf, elf, halfling, and human as race options.”
The PDF is also free!
Wow, some interesting things to come. I can’t wait!
22 January 2013
This day will go down in the history of role-playing.
Wizards of the Coast (WotC) released most (if not all) of their past Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) print products as digital downloads via the popular RPG download site Drive Thru RPG. Yes, everything from the first ever edition of D&D, through AD&D, 3.5 and even 4th Edition is available for you to buy online, right now. That is if their site can handle all the traffic it’s getting at the moment from fans eager to get their hands on out-of-print books.
Continue reading Old School D&D Digitally Reborn
The New York Times recently published an article about Wizards of the Coast’s announcement of the next iteration of Dungeons and Dragons. I had heard rumours. I wonder if they ever considered just running with the games they have, like what Pathfinder is doing?