D&D Adventurers League – Content Now Open to All

Today we found out that Adventurer’s League adventures will be available for anybody to download and play in any location, not just stores and conventions. 44 adventures are currently available which range in price from $2.99 to $3.99. I hope all the stores and DMs who used to have free access to these adventurers remembered to save a local copy. It’s good to see WoC making so many short adventurers available to go along with the super adventurers they launch twice a year.

FROM Wizards of the Coast

The Dungeon Masters Guild is now the hub for distributing D&D Adventurers League content.

The D&D Adventurers League is how fans of D&D can congregate, play through weekly adventures produced by experienced writers keyed into our big storylines, and track their character’s exploits. In the past, organized play through the D&D Adventurers League, as well as access to the adventures produced for the program, has been confined to gaming stores and conventions. But now everyone can participate in the fun!

Starting with the next season, anyone can download a free D&D Adventurers League kit from the new Dungeon Masters Guild marketplace and organize an event. Any location will do, and we’d love to see organizers set up games in interesting settings. How about a D&D Adventurers League game in an abandoned castle? Or in a museum? Or in a hot air balloon?

We also listened to the D&D fans who wanted more bite-sized adventures to pick up and play with their group in a pinch. All of the adventures created for the D&D Adventurers League going forward will be available to all fans of D&D. The Dungeon Masters Guild is now the hub for distributing D&D Adventurers League content. You can download PDFs of the adventures released periodically for a just a few dollars. Check out what’s available right now from previous Adventurer’s League seasons at dungeonmasterguild.com.

There’s one more thing: To clear up some confusion, we are no longer using the terms “Expeditions” or “Encounters” in organized D&D play – it’s all just called the D&D Adventurers League.

We’re excited about how we’re evolving D&D Adventurers League play to include more D&D fans than ever before. Head over to the Dungeon Masters Guild and check out what’s happening over there, and get ready to dive into the new season of the D&D Adventurers League when it starts in March 2016.

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Shawn Ellsworth

Shawn is an author and co-founder of Tribality.com. He first got into tabletop RPGs through ninjas and then by playing a Kender in Dragonlance. Years later, he can be found running games in the Nentir Vale and his own Seas of Vodari campaign setting.