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    D&D 5E List of All 33 Races in Mordenkainen's Monsters of the Multiverse

    Wizard's already announced that this book is being released separately later on in the year so you'll get your wish.
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    "The Future of D&D" (New Core Books in 2024!)

    Even with all that I would still say Spelljammer is more likely to release first than Planescape. The reason being all of the planes not counting fringe planes like the plane of lighting are already in 5e's cosmology along with the Shadowfell, Feywild, and inner and outer planes. That was the...
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    D&D 5E 3 Classic Settings Coming To 5E?

    I'd say the most likely contenders are Spelljammer, Dark Sun, and Ravenloft. The reason I don't think Planescape is likely is that the main idea of the elemental planes has kind of been made into a vanilla concept in the cosmology at this point. Yeah, there's Sigil and the smaller planes like...
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    D&D 5E Is there even a new D&D setting?

    Hence why I put setting/adventure. I don't mean to come across as snippy but we as fans go through this every year. They obviously mean the "new" setting of the adventure. It's been like this the last four years or so. We'll get an adventure and then we'll have at least one supplemental...
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    D&D 5E Is there even a new D&D setting?

    It won't be Theros dude. 1. That would be incredibly stupid on Wizard's part and a horrible marketing strategy. It says in the press release we'll be getting a new setting/adventure and accompanying products (Read) Volo's, Xanathars, Mordenkainen's, etc.
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    D&D 5E Eberron: Rising from the Last War Coming For D&D In November

    It's not, It's already on the official WOTC website. It's the same type of art style that was on Tomb of Annihilation
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    D&D 5E Any news on the Eberron Hardcover books' release date?

    I remember that it was announced at the stream earlier but it seems like there hasn't been much confirmed other than it exists.
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    Would you rather we get more setting neutral content than adventures?

    Except that's not what I'm saying. I'm saying that I don't want staggered releases and want the publishing schedule to be consistent throughout the year. So for example, if there are 4 books in a year the first one would come out in February the second in June, third in September and the 4th in...
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    Would you rather we get more setting neutral content than adventures?

    Where did I ever say that the old material wasn't useable? Nothing. The point has nothing to do with the usability of the old material. I'm saying if they were to make a 5th ed manual of the planes or if they were to do something like Frostfell, Sandstorm, Stromwrack, etc. again I would rather...
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    Would you rather we get more setting neutral content than adventures?

    Right, like for example if they were to do the third edition weather books (Frostfell, Stormwrack, and the Dessert one) I wish they'd just have it all as one giant book instead of three. I really want either a manual of the planes book that really goes in depth with the Feywild/Shadowfell...
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    Would you rather we get more setting neutral content than adventures?

    I love 5th edition a lot I think it's done wonders for accessibility and exposure to a new group of players or people that maybe wanted to play but didn't know how. That being said after 5 years I've grown pretty tired of the glacial release pace. I'm not saying that I want a new supplement...
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    WotC Monster Art Contest Winner Announced

    Looking through the runner-ups it's obvious why this one was chosen, it has the 5th ed house style feel with the slight brushstroke quality.
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    Information on 2019 releases?

    So other than the fact that Lantan will be the focus of an adventure at some point and that there will be at least one setting released next year do we know anything else about next year's release schedule? If not when are we likely to get more information?
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    Review Dragon Heist, Mad Mage, and Ravnica!

    Honestly, as someone who was pretty split about Ravnica, I have to say It was exactly what I wanted from it. In terms of usability, I think it's the best out of the three D&D books this quarter. Don't get me wrong I'm excited to run Dragon Heist but there's more content in the 5th ed adventures...
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    D&D 5E WotC's Nathan Stewart Teases New D&D Setting Book in 2019

    I'll admit that I don't know much about Dragonlance. What would you say the hook is? Every time I see Dragonlance mentioned I'm given the impression that it's just a typical fantasy world.
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    D&D 5E WotC's Nathan Stewart Teases New D&D Setting Book in 2019

    Honestly, I keep on seeing people bring up settings like Mystara and even Dragonlance and Greyhawk and I just don't see them coming anytime soon, if at all. they've already said that Forgotten Realms, Eberron, Dark Sun, Ravenloft and Planescape or SpellJammer are the most popular. I honestly...
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    After Waterdeep what should be the next FR adventure?

    Personally, I'd like a Feywild adventure or a Far Realm adventure either brand new or a remake of Firestorm Peak.
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    Eberron It Is? [UPDATED & CONFIRMED!]

    That's pretty much what Stewart said. One mystery fourth book which we now know is Ravnica and two other options to allow people to get into the setting early and play around in it which suggests pdf's of some sort.
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    New Campaign Setting Hint Is Eberron?

    I would definitely take Spelljammer over Planescape. I have all the modules and splat for both but Planescape just seems not particularly fleshed out in the sense that the outer planes and elemental planes are pretty self-explanatory. Sigil is cool but pretty much every major element from...
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    How would you portray Shadowfell versions of the four main elemental planes?

    I'm planning on using both the Shadowfell and Feywild in my game and was looking for suggestions on how to depict Shadowfell (and Feywild) versions of the elemental planes.