Dungeons & Dragons pushes back the deck of Many Things release

A few weeks before its release, wizard of the coast Turns out he’s been pushing back his physical versions deck of things set.

But Dungeons & Dragons forums, WOTC reported that an internal review led the team to realize that the upcoming product “does not meet our manufacturing standards.” Thus, the physical version will be pushed back from its original release date of November 14, both on the Wizards website and at the individual retailers selling it. WOTC added, “We are sorry for those of you who have already placed your pre-order or plan to pick up your copy on November 14th.” “We believe that delaying the release of this product will ensure that it will be delivered to you the way our team envisioned it.” Digital owners will not be affected by this, while those who purchased the bundle (which bundles the physical and digital editions together) will still receive book of many things This Tuesday, October 31st.

talking to polygon, executive producer Kyle Brink confirmed that the company would “get to the bottom of this (defect) and will remanufacture and redistribute copies that do not have these problems.” He said the defect rate is “extremely high” and that he personally “cannot in good conscience ship this stock.” We need to inspect it thoroughly, understand how many units are actually defective – all of it. People who reviewed the set – like polygon-Issues have arisen with cards of different shapes (concave vs. convex) and shapes, as well as paper bands being so tight that the cards deform when removed.

Brink expects the set to be released by the end of the year, and assured that this problem will not happen again. He was adamant that these issues are unrelated to the cost-saving strategies mentioned recently Parent company Hasbro, and if anything, the problems stem from recent waste reduction efforts for Hasbro packaging. “We want to reduce plastic waste, and so we use paper packaging. We inspected everything very closely during the entire production process… and yet some of the problems we see here are specifically caused by some of the paper packaging we use.

Revealed back during August gencon, deck of things There is a Tarot-esque deck that will contain 66 cards, 1/3 of which are from the original 22-card deck introduced in the 1975s. greyhawk, Who were the mechanical effects of the new cards designed by? Mackenzie de Armas and Jason Tondo, and was originally conceived as a way to address the spaces left by the original deck. This new deck iteration also features a new astronomical origin, which traces how the fate goddess Eustoma created the original deck. creating a new origin that is suitable D&D Fifth Edition was the primary goal for creating this new deck, de Armas said, as well as “paying homage to the many, many iterations and origins throughout the history of the deck.” D&D,

whenever deck of things When it comes to physical stores, it will also come with an 80-page hardcover book featuring all the cards and the above A book of many things. At the time of writing, this will drive all customers $100,


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