Dungeons & Dragon’s launch trailer for Rage of Demons brings drow and demons to life

It’s a strange thing knowing that Dungeons & Dragons is now a big enough multimedia event that a new storyline gives us not only two different video games (the upcoming Sword Coast Legends on September…

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D&D 5E experiments with Modern Magic: Urban clerics, gunslinger warlocks, and more

The good folks at Wizards have released another prototype ruleset for Dungeons & Dragons 5E, building on their previous Modern rules to include new character classes and spells. In the new rules (download them here),…

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Loads and loads of D&D comics available in the Humble Books Bundle

If you haven’t read any D&D comics, you can now catch up on a whole pile of them for a very reasonable price. For the next two weeks, the Humble D&D Comics Bumble is offering…

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Dungeons & Dragons’ Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide to arrive in November

We missed this here at Ten Copper due to being away on holidays, but better late than never: Wizards of the Coast are bringing out the goods for lovers of the Forgotten Realms setting, with…

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Dungeons & Dragons to grace the big screen again in a new Forgotten Realms movie

The iconic Dungeons & Dragons movie from the year 2000 (right at the apex of 3.5‘s astronomical popularity) is a popular favourite here at the offices of Ten Copper, as are the 2005 and 2011…

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D&D 5E gets psionic with the testing of the first class, the Mystic

Wizards of the Coast have rolled out test ‘Arcana Unearthed’ rules for the Mystic, the first psychic class to arrive in Dungeons & Dragons 5E. The rules — which only go up to level five…

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Wizards of the Coast wants to know which D&D setting you want to see next

The newest monthly survey for Dungeons & Dragons 5E is here, and this time around it’s less about “how did we do” and more “what should we do next”. In the survey, which you can…

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D&D 5E releases new errata for Player’s Handbook, along with all the Sage Advice you can handle

Wizards have published three new PDFs that are going to be of great interest to all Dungeons & Dragons 5E players: a collection of all the “Sage Advice” rules questions in one place, an updated…

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D&D 5E releases variant rules for you to playtest: Alignment, Vitality and more

If you’d like to mix up your Dungeons & Dragons 5E in the way that Pathfinder Unchained mixes up its regular games, then you might want to mosey along to the latest Unearthed Arcana column…

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Random Encounters (Friday, June 5 2015)

Welcome to Random Encounters, the weekly round-up of interesting bits and pieces from across the worlds of gaming that didn’t really fit anywhere else. Roll a D5 (they exist!) and begin: 1 – Motherland: A Retrospective…

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D&D 5E’s April survey results show players see smallest races as weakest

Every month, Wizards publish the results of their ongoing surveys into the progress of Dungeons & Dragons 5E, and this month’s results show that players feel halflings and gnomes aren’t getting the love they deserve. “We saw…

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D&D 5E represents ‘a new spirit of collaboration’: We speak to Mike Mearls

We talk the DMs guild, D&D movies, and more.

Syrinscape creator: ‘we need having audio at your table to be the normal thing to do’

Ben Loomes wants everyone to bring sound to their tabletop.

Magic: The Gathering – Learn what your advantages are, and how to maximise them

We show you how to break MTG down into a game of statistics.

Blood Bowl, Epic, Necromunda and more coming back: GW relaunches Specialist Games

Plus: changes to Lord of the Rings.

Meet the man who hates Age of Sigmar so much that he set his Warhammer army on fire

$600 worth of melted plastic later, John regrets nothing.

Dungeons & Dragon’s launch trailer for Rage of Demons brings drow and demons to life

Quite the horror-movie-trailer vibe, too.