D&D 5E D&D Books Delayed By The Shipocalypse

The global shipping crisis continues to affect the tabletop gaming industry. After the Rules Expansion Gift Set was pushed from December to January due to production delays, WotC has announced that Fizban's Treasury of Dragons, and Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos will be delayed. Fizban is delayed a week, and Strixhaven is delayed 3 weeks.


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Urriak Uruk

Gaming is fun, and fun is for everyone
Hopefully they do. But then again if some vessels cant get through there where are they going to be re-routed to? Sure that'll have its own set of complications if they have to take another route or be forced to ship by land or air.

To be clear, I doubt they actually will change the rules. They want to maximize the amount of trade going through the canal, despite any risks.
 

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R_J_K75

Legend
To be clear, I doubt they actually will change the rules. They want to maximize the amount of trade going through the canal, despite any risks.
I agree. I think most likely with many precautions/changes/restrictions that have been put into place due to COVID, after the pandemic is over it'll be business as usual I'm afraid.
 

Weiley31

Legend
Well, considering the only chance I had at this rate to get Fizban's Treasury of Dragons and Curriculum of Chaos Alt covers, was to pre order both of them in one order: So I'm pretty much not getting either book until December 3rd or a bit later after that. So an extra bit of waiting is not gonna kill me.
 

MoonSong

Rules-lawyering drama queen but not a munchkin
Well, considering the only chance I had at this rate to get Fizban's Treasury of Dragons and Curriculum of Chaos Alt covers, was to pre order both of them in one order: So I'm pretty much not getting either book until December 3rd or a bit later after that. So an extra bit of waiting is not gonna kill me.
I was gonna need to wait for it to be on Amazon US to then import anyway.
 

Ravenbrook

Explorer
Are the D&D books still printed in China? It's a bad policy, I think. At least for the European market, they should print the books in an eastern member state. Inexpensive, but still good quality.
 

Omand

Hero
Are the D&D books still printed in China? It's a bad policy, I think. At least for the European market, they should print the books in an eastern member state. Inexpensive, but still good quality.
They were never printed in China. Wizards of the Coast books have always been printed in the USA. You can look back at the copyright pages for 3E and onwards to confirm this.

Other products (miniatures, for example) come from China, but all of the books are domestic productions.

Cheers :)
 

Ravenbrook

Explorer
They were never printed in China. Wizards of the Coast books have always been printed in the USA. You can look back at the copyright pages for 3E and onwards to confirm this.

Other products (miniatures, for example) come from China, but all of the books are domestic productions.

Cheers :)
Not quite. Xanathar's Guide to Everything was printed in China, for example.
 




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