Hundreds of new weapons, tools, and magic items for your D&D character.
This supplement for the Dungeons & Dragons game presents nearly a thousand magic items, weapons, tools, and other useful items for your D&D character. Whether you’re a player looking for a new piece of equipment or a Dungeon Master stocking a dragon’s hoard, this book has exactly what... [click here for more]
How do You Spell Victory? by Chris YoungsOn Civilization’s Fringes: Humans of the Wild by Robert J. Schwalb: Humans can survive - even thrive - in virtually any environment. Learn how some groups of hardy humans embrace
Underhanded and Overconfident by Ari Marmell: Scoundrels are some of the most popular and fun characters of fiction and... [click here for more]
The Future is Now by Chris Youngs: Chris Youngs discusses the latest additions to the Wizards of the Coast online community.
Player's Handbook 3 Debut Content - Skill Powers by Mike Mearls, Peter Schaefer and Robert J. Schwalb: A new mechanical piece from Player’s Handbook 3 is described here, exclusively on D&D Insider.
Assassin by Mike Mearls:... [click here for more]
What You're Looking For by Chris Youngs: Chris Youngs discusses changes in the D&D Insider schedule.
Player's Handbook 3 Debut Content - The Seeker by Stephen Radney-MacFarland and Robert J. Schwalb: The next class from Player’s Handbook 3 is here, exclusively on D&D Insider!
Abyssal Genasi by Peter Schaefer: While most genasi are... [click here for more]
3 Scary Stuff by Steve Winter Getting scared is a kick, even when it's all for pretend.
4 Backdrop: Westgate by Erik Scott de Bie The city of Westgate is brimming with opportunity—for those who can handle the risk.
13 Court of Stars: The Wild Hunt by Aaron Infante-Levy The Horned Lord was adopted into the Green Court, but he was destined to fall from favor.
17 Fright Night by... [click here for more]
Even robot superhero boys need to go to school, but Kevin soon learns that there is more to an education than pencils and chalk.
About Eytan Bernstein
Eytan Bernstein lives a curious dual life. By day, he works as an editor in educational publishing, developing print and digital educational materials for history, geography, and other social sciences. Eytan sees this as the time he gets to write... [click here for more]