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Things We Saw Today: Wizards of the Coast Just Released a Ton of Free Resources for Playing D&D Remotely

Dungeons and Dragons dice.

If you’re missing your regular Dungeons & Dragons game or if you’re looking for a new remote activity to do with your friends and family during these unusual times, Wizards of the Coast has us covered. The makers of D&D just launched a new online resource with tons of material for both new players and experienced ones looking to play remotely.

Wizards is posting a new batch of free (and some pay-what-you-can) material every day (Monday through Friday), including special stuff for younger players–everything from full campaign adventures to rule books to coloring activities. This entire week’s content so far is available now, with new material dropping at 5pm Pacific time.

Images of free D&D material.

They also have a roundup of free and PWYC tips and tools for online gameplay. This is a great resource for those of us who are moving our usual in-person games online and it also makes it super easy for those who are just getting started. Seriously, this is a great time to try D&D out, even if you and your friends have never played before. You don’t need anything to jump in, not even dice!

You can find that free material here and the roundup of tips and tricks here.

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Happy weekend, everybody!

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