The project was the brainchild of Magic story team member James Wyatt. According to Hugh McMullen, WotC’s Director, Global Communications, Wyatt used to work on the D&D team, and would sometimes run D&D campaigns set in Magic worlds. “We just decided this was too fun to keep to ourselves so we shared this PDF for fans to use, and the positive response is bigger than we anticipated,” McMullen shared in an e-mail. When queried about future releases bringing the two worlds together, he said “We don’t have anything in this vein planned for the future, but are watching the happy reactions and are not ruling it out.”'The Art of Magic: The Gathering--Zendikar'”) released by VIZ Media. The adventure is designed to be run with the fifth edition of the D&D rules, with the art book serving as a supplemental guide to the environment of the game.
WotC Shares Genesis of 'Plane Shift: Zendikar'
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Column by Scott Thorne
January 17, 2021
This week, Thorne offers some thoughts on the current Pokemon craze, and on a recent promotion.
Another Heritage Auction Brings Yet Another Record-Setting Sales Number for 'Pokemon TCG 1st Edition' Sealed Product
Hammer Drops at Over $400,000 for a Booster Box; Also, Charizard Pulls Back, but Blastoise Hits $360,000
January 15, 2021
Heritage Auctions sold a Pokemon TCG 1st Edition Base Set Sealed Booster Box at auction for a new record of $408,000 on January 15.
'Inferno X Turboshift' for 'Conquest: The Last Argument of Kings'
January 15, 2021
Para Bellum Wargames announced that they will collaborate with Turbo Dork to produce the Inferno X Turboshift model paint kit for Conquest: The Last Argument of Kings .