Thursday, October 17, 2013

New from Wizards of the Coast! Dungeons & Dragons Products!

Street Date: November 19th!

Original Dungeons & Dragons White Box
$149.99 SRP

The original Dungeons & Dragons boxed set was published by TSR, Inc. in 1974 and was the very first roleplaying game. The introduction of D&D changed gaming and pop culture forever, reaching millions of players and created a legacy that has inspired countless games, movies, and television shows.

This new edition of the original “White Box” features premium, deluxe packaging and includes the following seven booklets (plus reference sheets):
• Volume 1: Men & Magic
• Volume 2: Monsters & Treasure
• Volume 3: Underworld & Wilderness Adventures
• Supplement I: Greyhawk
• Supplement II: Blackmoor
• Supplement III: Eldritch Wizardry
• Supplement IV: Gods, Demi-Gods & Heroes

Each booklet features a brand new cover while the interior retains nostalgic original art. These contents, along with a set of 10 polyhedral dice, are packaged in an engraved illustrated wooden storage case that’s perfect for displaying in a distinguished game room.

D&D: Legacy of the Crystal Shard Campaign
$34.95 SRP

Legacy of the Crystal Shard is an adventure for character levels 1-3 set in the fan favorite Icewind Dale region of the Forgotten Realms. Players must face an evil that was once defeated but has risen again to threaten the Ten Towns. The adventure is authored by popular writers and designers R.A. Salvatore, James Wyatt, and Jeff Ludwig. The adventure can be played using rules for 3rd Edition (v.3.5), 4th Edition, and the D&D.

Second adventure of the Sundering, shaping the future of the Realms! The Sundering is a major story event impacting the Forgotten Realms and Legacy of the Crystal Shard puts players directly into the fray. Fans of D&D can not only take part in the events of the Sundering by playing adventures, but the actions that they take can permanently change the course of history and help shape the Realms forever.

64 page Campaign Guide
32 page Adventure Book
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