Plane Shift: Innistrad is written by James Wyatt, and it contains rules and background information for game masters to prepare their own campaign set in the creepy realm of vampires, werewolves, shadows and dark mysteries. The setting works well as a translated setting for the current Curse of Strahd storyline (see “'D&D: Curse of Strahd'”). The goal of the product is to experience the planes of Magic: The Gathering though the lens of D&D rules. Because the game mechanics have not been tempered by playtesters and design iterations, the adventure supplement is not legal for official D&D Organized Play events.
The first crossover adventure supplement, Plane Shift: Zendikar, was released in April (see “'Dungeons & Dragons' Finally Meets 'Magic: The Gathering'”).
An art book dedicated to plane, The Art of Magic: The Gathering –Innistrad, also authored by James Wyatt, is available now (see “Second 'Art of M: TG' Book Announced”).