Dungeons and Dragons was the father to the modern gaming systems like Palladium Rifts, Gurps, and Cyberpunk. Wizards of the Coast was getting a bit tired of not having a cohesive digital strategy and now is moving forward at full throttle.
Wizard of the Coast today launched a classic Dungeons and Dragons website where customers can buy the older modules, source books, and manuals, mainly for nostalgia. Each book costs around $5.99 and comes in a watermarked PDF ebook format. This allows customers to transfer the books to as many computers, tablets, or e-readers that they would like, without having to worry about Adobe Digital Editions. To celebrate the launch of Dungeons & Dragons Classics, the game’s first introductory adventure module, “B1 In Search of the Unknown,” is available for free this week. One of the great aspects of this new system is that if you have an existing account on DriveThruRPG.com or RPGNow.com, you can log into DnDClassics.com with that account!
You can check out the new website that just launched today HERE.
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