D&D establishing the forgotten realms came to Magic: The Gathering recently, but crossovers going in the other direction are more common. Publisher Wizards of the Coast has already published several supplements that introduce Magic-based material as part of the 5th edition of D&D, and the next is based on the Strixhaven College of Magicians, which was the theme of the Magic card set. of April.
Strixhaven: A resume of chaos has location information, a magical university you can enter into an existing D&D world, plus four scenarios that can be combined into a multi-year campaign in which players start as first-year first-year students and open up way. Includes rules for playing the owl (yes, owl), various new spells, magic items, feats and backgrounds, as well as over 40 magical creatures and NPCs. The idea of running a campaign where everyone is a magical college-age user sounds like a riot, though I suspect it will also contain options for broader character concepts.
The current one D&D Live 2021 The event has also revealed information on other upcoming D&D books. The treasure of the dragons of Fizban will detail 20 different varieties of scaly beasts, as well as more options for dragon-born characters and subclasses of dragon-themed monks and rangers The savage beyond the light of witches will be the next big adventure module. Players around the world called Feywild take players through the so-called "Carnival of the Witches", and each encounter will have a potential no-fight solution, which sounds intriguing.
I will see D&D Live for deep dives into upcoming books, as well as live games with famous people like Jack Black. Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos will be released on November 16, followed by The Wild Beyond the Witchlight on September 21 and Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons on October 19.