“Dungeons & Dragons and D&D Beyond have always felt like a part of the same family,” reads D & D’s announcement. “That’s why we are excited to welcome everyone at D&D Beyond to formally join us at Wizards of the Coast, bringing together two teams dedicated to continuing to make Dungeons & Dragons easy to run and accessible to all!”
More importantly, it seems that current D&D Beyond members need not worry about losing access to their catalog of campaigns, created characters, or purchased books.
“You’re probably wondering what kind of change might happen as a result of these two teams coming together,” Wizards writes, “so let’s make this clear: we have no plans to stop supporting D&D Beyond. The purchases you’ve made, the characters you’ve created, and the campaigns you’ve run are not going anywhere. “
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