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    Future of D&D Keynote Speech [UPDATE - with video!]

    The full video is available below. In the meantime, in the address masterfully moderated by Kevin 'Piratecat' Kulp:
    • All back-catalog of D&D products from all editions to be made available again in electronic format.
    • New six-book Forgotten Realms novel series called "The Sundering"
    • Two FR adventures next year; WotC will collect results of the adventures played at home and the aggregate results will be what officially happens in the Realms.
    • 75,000 fans have given playtest feedback for D&D Next. WotC anticipates a 2-year process.
    • Starting tomorrow, they will be releasing levels 1-5 of the sorcerer and warlock classes to highlight two more magic systems.




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