WotC Wizards D&D Japan releasing cool art.

darjr

I crit!
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I do not know what they are saying, FYI. Anyone care to translate?

What I do know is the art is cool.

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Count_Zero

Adventurer
Going from the automatic translation on Twitter, it looks like they're doing an animated commercial (PV is short for "Promotional Video" for the starter set with each of the pre-gens that are included in the box. The thread has the character designs for each of the characters and their voice actors - subsequent posts have messages from the actors (basically along the lines of "I'm glad to be a part of this project!")

Cast members are:
Sho FUJISAWA (No major credits) as Marshcarrot (Halfling Rogue)
Ichitarō KaI (Vtuber) as Dion Galax (Human Paladin)
Rina KAWAGUCHI (Record of Ragnarok) as Morgano (Dwarven Cleric)
Nobunaga SHIMAZAKI (Fruits Basket, Fate/Grand Order, Grimgar Ashes and Illusions, et. al.) as Ray (Elven Fighter)
Yoko Hikasa (K-On, New Game, Berserk 2016, Violet Evergarden, et. al.) as Alyssa (Elven Wizard)
 
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Oofta

Legend
If you want to sell a product to different audiences, having slight variations on the art to actually target that audience makes a lot of sense. It will be interesting to see if they do more changes to things other than just art in the future, having some of the fluff get away from the psuedo-European could be a good thing.
 



DarkCrisis

Reeks of Jedi
If you want to sell a product to different audiences, having slight variations on the art to actually target that audience makes a lot of sense. It will be interesting to see if they do more changes to things other than just art in the future, having some of the fluff get away from the psuedo-European could be a good thing.

Yeah even back to when D&D was first released over there they used manga style art.
 

Blue Orange

Gone to Texas
If you want to sell a product to different audiences, having slight variations on the art to actually target that audience makes a lot of sense. It will be interesting to see if they do more changes to things other than just art in the future, having some of the fluff get away from the psuedo-European could be a good thing.
I'm not so sure--Japanese consumers have no shortage of stories about ninja and samurai!
 


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