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Zendikar and D&D, together at last
Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering are two different games, but that doesn't mean their Multiverses can't meet.


Wizards of the Coast has now done a thing where you can run your games on the famous plane of Zendikar from Magic: the Gathering. At the above link you can download the world guide, including races like the Kor and a bestiary filled with things like Felidars.

Seems like a pretty natural combination - and finally a frequent need to roll Climb checks.

If you dl it and do run it, please let us know how it goes! I might set something up for fun to test the system out sometime too.

- Mo!

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