WotC to Release Gen Con Exclusive
'D&D Next' Preview
Published: 05/28/2013 01:34am
'Dungeons & Dragons' Miniatures"). The product will only be available to Gen Con attendees.
Wizards will not have a presence on the Gen Con exhibit floor; copies of the special D&D Next preview will be available only at the Gale Force Nine booth.
Asked why it is not on the exhibit floor this year, a Wizards of the Coast spokesperson said, "As we continue to focus on creating great play experiences, Wizards has collaborated with GenCon to create a strategy for this year's show that provides great branded play experiences for our players and fans." It remains a co-sponsor of the show, and will have a full slate of Magic: The Gathering and Kaijudo events, as well as its D&D events.
Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle will include four adventures, pre-generated characters, game rules that will allow advancing those characters up to level 10, monster statistics, spell descriptions, magic item descriptions, and info on Daggerford, where the campaign is based.
Organized play for D&D Next will include up to four debut adventures using the playtest rules. A D&D Open Championship using D&D 4th Edition rules will also be held.
On Thursday night, a D&D Next event with players, fans, designers, authors, and other industry luminaries will be held. Last year, a D&D Next keynote was held on Thursday night (see "The 'D&D Next' Keynote").
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