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Dungeons & Dragons' New Adventure Book Brings Fresh Voices to the Forgotten Realms

Typically, a Dungeons & Dragons adventure book is all about creating a world for your heroes to go on epic campaigns—detailing the vast settings of places like Eberron or Icewind Dale, or setting up cities like Waterdeep or even the Magic: The Gathering land of Ravnica. While its newest adventure revisits a classic D&D…Read more...
Tags: Science, Hasbro, Dungeons And Dragons, Wizards Of The Coast, Tabletop Games, Chris Perkins, Candlekeep Mysteries


Chris Pine in Talks for Goldstein & Daley’s Dungeons & Dragons

Chris Pine in Talks for Goldstein & Daley’s Dungeons & Dragons As he gears up for the release of the highly-anticipated DC Extended Universe sequel Wonder Woman 1984, Chris Pine is looking even further in the past as he has entered talks to star in Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley’s Dungeons & Dragons, according to Variety. RELATED: Goldstein & Daley Talk Dungeons & Dragons and Flash Movies! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStand...
Tags: UK, Movies, Canada, Hasbro, Rachel Mcadams, Jason Bateman, Paramount Pictures, Chris Mckay, Paramount, Wizards Of The Coast, Gary Gygax, Chris Pine, Courtney Solomon, Daley, Dave Arneson, Goldstein


Joe Manganiello Takes the Internet's Toughest and Most Fun Dungeons & Dragons Questions

Joe Manganiello is an actor and a huge nerd. He’s got one big love: Dungeons & Dragons. He’s very ready to talk about it, too. Read more...
Tags: Science, Joe Manganiello, Role playing games, Dungeons And Dragons, Wizards Of The Coast, Tabletop Games


Get a Look at One of Magic: The Gathering's Twisty New Double-Sided Cards

A new Magic: The Gathering set is on its way, and with it, new cards and new twists on mechanics that have kept us tapping lands and filling graveyards for decades. But one of the new tweaks Zendikar Rising is adding to the mix is inspired by a mechanic introduced nearly a decade ago—and we’ve got a first look.Read more...
Tags: Science, Hasbro, Exclusive, Preview, Wizards Of The Coast, Card Games, Magic The Gathering, Zendikar Rising


What It's Like Helping Shape the Artistic Worlds of Magic: The Gathering

Over decades of card sets, Magic: The Gathering has fleshed out whole universes and elemental planes of truly magical beings, creatures, and landscapes. It does it with rules, it does it with funny flavor text, but above all Magic sells its mystical realms with its gorgeous art. Read more...
Tags: Science, Interview, Cards, Magic, Hasbro, Exclusive, Collectibles, Wizards Of The Coast, Card Games, Concept Art, Magic The Gathering, Art Design, Tom Jenkot


D&D's Culturally Sensitive Strahd Revamp Is Here, But It'll Cost You

Over the years, Wizards of the Coast has received justified criticism for its use of racist tropes in Dungeons & Dragons. One target of that concern was the Vistani people, part of the game’s Ravenloft setting, seen in modules such as the Curse of Strahd, a story about a Dracula-type villain which features the Vistani…Read more...
Tags: Science, Racism, RPG, Dungeons And Dragons, Wizards Of The Coast, Tabletop Games, Representation, Strahd


D&D's Culturally Sensitive Strahd Revamp Is Here, But It'll Cost You [Updated]

Over the years, Wizards of the Coast has received justified criticism for its use of racist tropes in Dungeons & Dragons. One target of that concern was the Vistani people, part of the game’s Ravenloft setting, seen in modules such as the Curse of Strahd, a story about a Dracula-type villain which features the Vistani…Read more...
Tags: Science, Racism, RPG, Dungeons And Dragons, Wizards Of The Coast, Tabletop Games, Representation, Strahd


Wizards of the Coast Is Addressing Racist Stereotypes In Dungeons & Dragons

AmiMoJo shares a report from Polygon: Dungeons & Dragons publisher Wizards of the Coast has acknowledged the existence of racist stereotypes in its sourcebooks, and pledged to make changes to ameliorate the issue. In a blog post published on June 17 titled "Diversity and Dungeons & Dragons," Wizards of the Coast said that depicting a diverse array of human beings -- beyond "fantasy versions of northern Europeans" -- is "one of the explicit design goals of 5th edition D&D." The developers noted t...
Tags: Tech, Coast, Roma, Wizards Of The Coast, Strahd, Vistani


Inside Dungeons & Dragons' Chilling New Adventure, Rime of the Frostmaiden

Pack your bags with as many winter clothes and things to bludgeon giants with as you can, adventurers: Wizards of the Coast has unveiled the latest adventure module for Dungeons & Dragons’ fifth edition. We’re heading off to Icewind Dale to uncover grand mysteries and sinister secrets.Read more...
Tags: Science, Interview, Hasbro, RPG, Dungeons And Dragons, Wizards Of The Coast, Tabletop Games, Icewind Dale


Goldstein & Daley Talk Dungeons & Dragons and Flash Movies!

Goldstein & Daley talk Dungeons & Dragons and Flash movies! Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley have been a powerful collaborative duo for nearly 15 years and in a new interview with , the duo have opened up about their DC Extended Universe Flash movie that never came to fruition and the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons adaptation at Paramount Pictures. RELATED: Jonathan Goldstein & John Francis Daley Eye Dungeons & Dragons The duo were just prepping to head to the United Kingdom and sta...
Tags: Movies, Australia, United Kingdom, Flash, Hasbro, Paramount Pictures, Chris Mckay, Michael Keaton, Paramount, Wizards Of The Coast, Gary Gygax, Courtney Solomon, Daley, Dave Arneson, WB, Tom Holland


See Joe Manganiello’s Star-Studded Dungeons & Dragons Campaigns!

Behind the scenes of Joe Manganiello’s Dungeons & Dragons campaigns True Blood alum Joe Manganiello has been one of Hollywood’s biggest fans of Dungeons & Dragons, hosting campaigns with other major celebrities from around town and now Variety has debuted a video taking fans behind the scenes of the games he’s put together and those who have joined, which can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Joe Russo Offers Updates on Battle of the Planets, Magic: The Gathering & Grimjack Maganiell...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Joe Manganiello, Chicago, Arkansas, Suicide Squad, James Gunn, Taran Killam, NICK, Joe, Wizards Of The Coast, Tom, Wright, PAUL, Vince Vaughn, David Benioff


Wizards of the Coast Is Releasing Free Dungeons & Dragons Resources to Get You Through the Quarantine

Games are a powerful escape and coping tool for many of us amidst the ongoing pandemic. With digital tools allowing people to play tabletop and board games online, it’s become a great way to spend time indoors with those you love, whether you’re together or not. Now, Wizards of the Coast is making that play a little…Read more...
Tags: Science, Free Stuff, Dungeons And Dragons, Wizards Of The Coast, Coronavirus, Covid 19, Sars Cov 2


Godzilla Is Coming to Magic: The Gathering, and He's Bringing Friends

Spend two mana, tap Godzilla: Player may stand up and yell one “SKREE-ONK” into the air.Read more...
Tags: Science, Interview, Hasbro, Toho, Exclusive, Holy Crap Wtf, Godzilla, Preview, Wizards Of The Coast, Tabletop Games, Kaiju, Magic The Gathering, Collectable Card Games


15 Unique Board Games and RPGs for Families That Aren't Monopoly or Trivial Pursuit

Families are experiencing some of the hardest changes with social distancing. Kids are home from school and parents have had to transition to a new way of learning for the first time. There’s also the issue of keeping kids entertained while they’re stuck inside for hours. We’ve made a list of family-friendly games,…Read more...
Tags: Science, Board Games, RPG, Dungeons And Dragons, Wizards Of The Coast, Tabletop Games, Rick And Morty, Cyanide And Happiness, Coronavirus, Covid 19, Sars Cov 2, Disney Villainous, Social Distancing, Unique Board Games


The People Behind The Toys That Made Us Are Working On a Magic: The Gathering Documentary

Ignite the Spark, the Story of Magic: The Gathering is an upcoming documentary film that will, according to a press release, explore the history and popularity of the most popular card game of all time that isn’t played with a deck of standard playing cards. Read more...
Tags: Science, Documentaries, Wizards Of The Coast, Magic The Gathering, The Toys That Made Us


Dungeons & Dragons Is Taking Critical Role to the Next Level

One of the things that’s made Critical Role such a smash hit with both diehard Dungeons & Dragons fans and newcomers alike is the way the series’ voice actors infuse their campaigns with the kind of vibrant energy that you usually have to use your imagination to conjure up while playing the game. Now, Wizards of the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Board Games, Role playing games, Dungeons And Dragons, Wizards Of The Coast, Tabletop Games, Matthew Mercer, Critical Role


‘Magic: The Gathering’ game maker exposed 452,000 players’ account data

The maker of Magic: The Gathering has confirmed that a security lapse exposed the data on hundreds of thousands of game players. The game’s developer, the Washington-based Wizards of the Coast, left a database backup file in a public Amazon Web Services storage bucket. The database file contained user account information for the game’s online arena. But there was no password on the storage bucket, allowing anyone to access the files inside. The bucket is not believed to have been exposed for lon...
Tags: Security, Gaming, Europe, Washington, Government, Tech, Spokesperson, Cryptography, United Kingdom, Password, Prevention, Player, Amazon Web Services, Bucket, Database, Computer Security


‘Magic: The Gathering’ World Championship 2019 Schedule Announced

Players of “Magic: The Gathering” and “Magic: The Gathering Arena” can soon compete across seven Mythic Championships to reach the Magic World Championship, Wizards of the Coast announced on Wednesday. The 2019 season kicks off Feb. 22-24 with the first Mythic Championship in Cleveland, Ohio. Winners of each Mythic Championship will get a slot in […]
Tags: News, Wizards Of The Coast, CLEVELAND Ohio, Magic: The Gathering, Magic: The Gathering Arena


‘Magic: The Gathering’ enters esports relevance with $10 million prize pool

Wizards of the Coast is pushing Magic: The Gathering into esports relevance with a prize pool of $10 million across the tabletop version and Magic: The Gathering Arena. Will the game be able to compete with Hearthstone and Overwatch? The post ‘Magic: The Gathering’ enters esports relevance with $10 million prize pool appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, News, Trends, Wizards Of The Coast, Hearthstone, Magic The Gathering, Magic: The Gathering Arena


New ‘Magic: The Gathering’ Esports Program Coming in 2019

Venerable collectible card game “Magic: The Gathering” is getting its own esports program, Hasbro and Wizards of the Coast announced during The Game Awards on Thursday. The new program will offer a $10 million prize pool across both digital and tabletop versions of the game. It’s designed to appeal to a wide audience of card […]
Tags: News, Hasbro, The Game Awards, Wizards Of The Coast, Magic: The Gathering, The Game Awards 2018, Magic: The Gathering Arena, Esports Program Coming


This Collection of Magic: The Gathering Art Is Outta This Elemental Plane

Magic: The Gathering is home to a world—or rather worlds—of fantastical characters, especially the Planeswalkers, the legendary figures that venture across the multiple planes of reality to summon magical creatures and do battle. This great new art collection from Gallery 1988 celebrates these mighty mages in true…Read more...
Tags: Art, Science, Wizards Of The Coast, Gallery 1988, Magic The Gathering


‘Magic: The Gathering Arena’ To Hold Monthly Streamer Events

Wizards of the Coast is bringing custom streamer events to its free-to-play digital collectible card game “Magic: The Gathering Arena,” it announced on Thursday. Each month, the developer will select a few creators in the community and hold an event based around their personality and play style. Those events will then be available in-game for […]
Tags: News, Wizards Of The Coast, Magic: The Gathering Arena


Meet One of the Familiar Faces Coming Back for Magic: The Gathering's New Expansion

The next chapter in Magic: The Gathering’s swath of game expansions is returning to the steampunk-ian fan-favorite realm of Ravnica, a land of fancy architecture, intrigue, and equally fancy spellweaving. But it also means some familiar characters are making a return—and io9 has an exclusive look at one of them!Read more...
Tags: Science, Wizards Of The Coast, Tabletop Games, Magic The Gathering, Ravnica


Wizards of the Coast Is Making a Transformers Card Game

The company behind Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering is adding another card game to its tabletop roster, only it’s slightly less weird than fantastical loot-happy heroes or elemental-plane-hopping monsters summoners. It’s about those giant robots in disguise that you know and love.Read more...
Tags: Science, Hasbro, Transformers, Wizards Of The Coast, Card Games, Tabletop Games, San Diego Comic Con, Magic The Gathering, Comic Con 2018


Behold, The Stream of Many Eyes

Three days of star-studded D&D shenanigans kicks off June 1.
Tags: Gaming, Toys, Streaming, D&d, Twitch, Role playing games, Dungeons And Dragons, Wizards Of The Coast, Tabletop, Geek Sh!t, Tabletop Gaming


Online Services: Can You Do a Chargeback for Your Past Purchases if Banned fron an Online Service

My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: N/A This is a long one, so bear with me. I'm going to provide background as best I can. In December 2017, an individual named Jeremy Hambly was banned from organized play with regards to the trading card game Magic: the Gathering. At the time, he was also banned from the online play, which is a digital goods. He was banned for even what I consider spurious reasons; however, the company is well within their right to do so, with our w...
Tags: Law, Paypal, American Express, Coast, Jeremy, Consumer Law, Wizards Of The Coast, Wizards, Jeremy Hambly, Lior Lessor


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My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: N/A This is a long one, so bear with me. I'm going to provide background as best I can. In December 2017, an individual named Jeremy Hambly was banned from organized play with regards to the trading card game Magic: the Gathering. At the time, he was also banned from the online play, which is a digital goods. He was banned for even what I consider spurious reasons; however, the company is well within their right to do so, with our w...
Tags: Law, Paypal, American Express, Coast, Jeremy, Consumer Law, Wizards Of The Coast, Wizards, Jeremy Hambly, Lior Lessor


Chargeback on Digital Products After Being Prevented from Using Them

My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: N/A This is a long one, so bear with me. I'm going to provide background as best I can. In December 2017, an individual named Jeremy Hambly was banned from organized play with regards to the trading card game Magic: the Gathering. At the time, he was also banned from the online play, which is a digital goods. He was banned for even what I consider spurious reasons; however, the company is well within their right to do so, with our w...
Tags: Law, Paypal, American Express, Coast, Jeremy, Consumer Law, Wizards Of The Coast, Wizards, Jeremy Hambly, Lior Lessor


Dungeons and Dragons: Nightwing Director in Talks

Nightwing director Chris McKay in talks for the Dungeons and Dragons movie Chris McKay (The LEGO Batman Movie, Nightwing) is in talks to direct the upcoming Dungeons and Dragons film for paramount Pictures, according to Variety. The film is one of the projects set to start off the new AllSpark Pictures, which was launched last October. Michael Gillio will write the script with Hasbro’s Brian Goldner and Stephen Davis, Sweetpea Entertainment’s Courtney Solomon and Allan Zeman and Roy Lee set t...
Tags: Games, Movies, Ansel Elgort, Hasbro, Paramount Pictures, Chris Mckay, Dungeons And Dragons, Wizards Of The Coast, Gary Gygax, Courtney Solomon, Dave Arneson, Stephen Davis, Allan Zeman, Movie News, Brian Goldner, Roy Lee


How Dungeons & Dragons' New App Will Make Role-Playing Easier Than Ever

Dungeons & Dragons is, intrinsically, a very physical experience: You’re surrounded by pens, stacks of paper, and rulebooks, rolling dice, talking to your friends. But Wizards of the Coast is planning to help modernize the way fans play the game with the introduction of Beyond, a new app that wants to help balance the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Interview, Dd, Curse, Dungeons And Dragons, Wizards Of The Coast, Dd Beyond