SPELLED OUT Wizards of the Coast's historic screw-up has changed the future of the entire tabletop RPG hobby
LICENSE TO KILL Wizards of the Coast is forcing fans into a struggle for the future of the game—but you don't have to play by its rules
News A new version of the OGL caused sweeping upheaval in tabletop RPGs—and still hasn't actually been implemented.
Mews "The studio's new process mandates that every word, illustration, and map must be reviewed by multiple outside cultural consultants prior to publication."
Mews Robert Wardhaugh ran his first game of Dungeons & Dragons as a teenager in 1982, and hasn't stopped.
News The text has already been altered in the digital version, and will be removed from future printings.
News Don't panic: the new One D&D rules will be wholly backwards compatible with D&D 5th Edition.