The world of Eberron offers an industrial take on fantasy storytelling with trains powered by lightning, airships docking above cities lit by magical streetlamps and manufactured humanoids walking among the elves and humans of the land. Eberron: Rising from the Last War is a 320-page book detailing the war-torn continent of Khorvaire, along with a wealth of features for Dungeons & Dragons fans to incorporate into their characters’ adventures. It also introduces the artificer, the first new class made available for D&D since the release of the Player’s Handbook. Look for Eberron: Rising from the Last War everywhere on November 19, with a special alternate cover only available through game stores.
In addition to the artificer class—which fuses technology and magic—players will also be able to customize their characters with four new races and twelve magical dragonmark tattoos. A new game element called group patrons also provides parties with shared background features, helping to define adventurers’ roles in the post-war world.
Dungeon Masters can also expect to find a new cache of tools in Eberron: Rising from the Last War, including an overview of the continent of Khorvaire, a gazetteer of the towering city of Sharn, maps of lightning-powered trains and industrial workshops, plus tons of adventure hooks and details on designing adventures set after the Last War.
Coinciding with the release of Eberron: Rising of the Last War on November 19, the D&D Adventurers League will release a new season of stories called The Oracle of War. Across twenty episodes, players will discover an incredible treasure in the magically devasted Mournland, an artifact they swiftly discover is desired by every faction in Khorvaire.
Vita Ayala (w) • Harvey Tolibao (a) • Siya Oum (c)
Tibalt’s attacks on Chandra get more personal—and closer to
home—as he thrives on her anguish. Meanwhile, Ajani tries to help her make
peace with the events of her past, but will Chandra’s outrage be enough to
overcome the devilish Planeswalker’s empathic onslaught?
Vita Ayala and Harvey Tolibao continue their exploration of one of Magic’s most popular—and powerful—characters, pushing her closer to the brink than ever before!
At Magic: The Gathering’s PAX East panel this morning, they unveiled the full trailer for War of the Spark!
What are your predictions about the new set?
Magic: The Gathering – War of the Spark is out May 3, 2019 in stores and as a new content package for Magic: The Gathering Arena. The novel Ravnica: War of the Spark by Greg Weisman is out April 23 from Del Rey.
Acquisitions Incorporated, the official third-party Dungeons & Dragonssourcebook from Penny Arcade and Wizards of the Coast, brings hilarious fantasy antics straight to players’ homes June 18.
For the past decade, the renowned retrieval company known as Acquisitions Incorporated has shared their (mis)adventures with hundreds of thousands of attendees at PAX and viewers on Twitch. Dungeon Master Jeremy Crawford (Lead Rules Designer of Dungeons & Dragons) does his best to shepherd the mischief of Penny Arcade and PAX co-founders Jerry Holkins (Omin Dran, Cleric) and Mike Krahulik (Jim Darkmagic, Wizard) as well as a rotating cast of celebrity guests including author Patrick Rothfuss (Viari, Rogue) and gaming icon Morgan Webb (Môrgæn, Ranger).
Now, with the 224-page sourcebook, Dungeon Masters and players alike can experience the uproarious exploits of Acquisitions Incorporated in their own game. New spells, a new race, and introducing character positions mean it’s easier than ever to join the company and take part of this universe. Want to jump in headfirst? The book also includes an adventure module so players can get started right away.
From now until April 1, Acquisitions Incorporated will be available exclusively on the Penny Arcade store for $49.95 and will come with a free exclusive pin.
The Stranger Things Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set game contains everything players need to embark on a Stranger Things adventure including the essential rules of the roleplaying game. It’s a great way for new as well as seasoned Dungeons & Dragons players to experience the D&D adventure Stranger Things character Mike Wheeler has created for his friends.
Pick your character — will you be Will the Wise or Dustin the Dwarf? Get your fireballs ready as you investigate the mysterious castle and battle the ferocious Demogorgon. Prepare for just about anything, because the game just got stranger.
Game includes Stranger Things Adventure book, Rulebook, 5 Stranger Things character sheets, 6 dice, Demogorgon Figure, and paintable Demogorgon figure. Available at most major retailers nationwide.
Out May 1, 2019, the set will retail for $24.99 and is for ages 14 & up.
In advance of New York Toy Fair, Wizards of the Coast has just dropped a video teaser for the upcoming Magic: The Gatheringcard set War of the Spark, releasing this spring in stores and as a new content package for digital card game Magic: The Gathering Arena.
Be there when it ends. Find out what’s at stake during PAX East 2019.
Prerelease April 27, 2019 Play it first on MTG Arena April 25, 2019
This March a new set forTransformers Trading Card Game hits shelves and it’s bringing with it super-sized Transformers in the shape of Combiners! Five cards will combine to create one giant robot. Predaking is just one of the six combiners that will be part of “Rise of the Combiners” set.
A new mechanic in the expansion has players collect the five Transformers that make up the torso, arms, and legs, and then form them together. You’ll need special cards called “Enigma” and players will need all five of the combiners in bot form in their battlefield or KO area. You then activate the enigma card bringing the Transformers together.
In the example released, the Decepticon Predaking, you’d need Torox, Divebomb, Headstrong, Razerclaw, and Rampage in play. Play their Enigma card you you can form Predaking! You can see the character has lots of health, a solid attack rating, and a room for five upgrades but a big robot also equals big target so the defense isn’t all that great.
But, it’s not just combiners!
Fan favorite Windblade gets in on the action and is a combiner hunter, helping you take down the giant beasts.
The new set features 46 new charater cards and 81 battle cards.
The Transformers Trading Card Game is more than meets the eye! The new trading card game from Wizards of the Coast has you putting together teams of Autobots and Decepticons to battle it out with your opponent.
We show off the three releases that you can get now!
Hot off the heels of the Transformers Trading Card Game’ssuccessful September launch is the latest and greatest addition to the card game – the Metroplex Deck, a ready-to-play team and deck starring the famed Autobot Titan Metroplex, and it is now available for purchase in the United States at major retailers for $19.99!
The Metroplex Deck is a pre-built deck for one player and contains cards not found in the Autobots Starter Set or in the Transformers Trading Card Game Booster Packs, including:
The all-new Titan-sized Character Card Metroplex that stands at 200mm tall – nearly 8 inches!
40 battle cards three unique Battle Cards not found in Wave 1 Booster Packs– Rally the City, Height Advantage, and Protected by Metroplex
Three all-new character cards – Scamper, Six-Gun, and Slammer