D&D Movie/TV Where is all of the Honor Among Thieves D&D stuff, WotC?


log in or register to remove this ad




Jer

Legend
Supporter
Are you suggesting that WotC would have farmed out doing dice and a D&D starter set tied into the movie to another company?
In all honesty I could actually see Hasbro farming out dice to another company at least. If someone wanted to pay them to put the movie logo on dice? Sounds exactly like the kind of thing they'd be up for.

An actual boxed set would be tougher to see someone else wanting or being able to do. It would be amusing to have seen Paizo make a bid on making a D&D movie branded Pathfinder starter set tho...
 
Last edited:


Whizbang Dustyboots

Gnometown Hero
No but people are saying there's a lack of merch. There might be a reason for that.
No, people are saying there's a lack of D&D stuff to play D&D with tied to the movie. Very few people are unaware of the comic book, the novels, the plushies, the t-shirts, the bath tub toys, the baseball caps, the truck nuts, the lip gloss, the breakfast cereal, the socks, and everything else.


The one thing conspicuously missing from the Honor Among Thieves merch is anything to help guide fans of the movie into becoming players of the game. Target and Barnes & Noble, not to mention comic and game shops, should have towering retail displays with Chris Pine's smiling face on them as he holds out movie-branded starter sets and collectible dice.

The best we can hope for at this point is that D&D Beyond -- a website a newbie will have no idea that they need to seek out -- might have something posted related to the movie in March.
 

Zardnaar

Legend
No, people are saying there's a lack of D&D stuff to play D&D with tied to the movie. Very few people are unaware of the comic book, the novels, the plushies, the t-shirts, the bath tub toys, the baseball caps, the truck nuts, the lip gloss, the breakfast cereal, the socks, and everything else.


The one thing conspicuously missing from the Honor Among Thieves merch is anything to help guide fans of the movie into becoming players of the game. Target and Barnes & Noble, not to mention comic and game shops, should have towering retail displays with Chris Pine's smiling face on them as he holds out movie-branded starter sets and collectible dice.

The best we can hope for at this point is that D&D Beyond -- a website a newbie will have no idea that they need to seek out -- might have something posted related to the movie in March.

They would probably have to pay the cast more if they did that.
 



Voidrunner's Codex

Remove ads

Top