I’m not sure what this means, mor product or more books or both? Just product I think I can live with. But more books, to me, means bloat.
I've been a bit disappointed with their rate of releases. There's plenty of books coming out, but with the different types of content, it sometimes meant having only one book with player options coming once once in a while because the other books were adventures, etc.Who’s been asking for more releases? I know some here have. Do box sets count?
We are way overdue for more monsters. Especially monsters that can stand up to the power creep that players have gotten over the years. I'd also like to see more monsters have interesting mechanics built in to them. Like mini legendary features.
What else should or can wotc print?
Yup and that's just working with existing material. An actually-new D&D setting could be amazing if done with modern production standards and so on. We can go forwards as well as backwards.Planescape Setting
Dark Sun Setting
Nerconomicon / Book of Vile Darkness
50 or so MtG Planes Options
The 9 Hells in Detail
Critical Role Book 3 (For Campaign 3 which should start by 2022)
Any number of Adventure Paths
I could pump out 6 book ideas a year, every year, for a decade and not be treading water.
I find this interesting. I love monsters books and can always use more monsters. But I definitely don't need more monsters. WotC has already released more monsters (over 700) than any RPG that isn't D&D or pathfinder. And there are thousands more from other 3PP and homebrew sources.I fully agree. We need another book full of monsters, not half a book. Monsters are by far my biggest need when I go towards third-party products.