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Planescape

  1. No Really, Planescape Could Come Back

    Oh man. This is a very real possibility, if not something we can rush out and spend money on just yet. Wizards of the Coast told EuroGamer.net that they would "absolutely consider licensing out Planescape." If they were approached with a suitable proposal for the storied campaign and video game, of course. Read on to find out why this would be a very good thing.

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  2. Dungeons & Dragons Finally Gives Up On Steampunk, Doubles Down on High Fantasy


    Wizards of the Coast has announced the setting of its newest Dungeons & Dragons living campaign series, which, for those of you don't know, allows thousands of gamers to participate in related tabletop events at gaming stores across the country. Is it set in Greyhawk, the original D&D setting from 1980? Or Eberron, the quasi-steampunk setting of questionable necessity?

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