Dungeons and Dragons needs your help.
The popular role playing game is currently working on a new fifth edition and is seeking input of players and fans.
According to the New York Times, Wizards of the Coast is crowdsourcing the upcoming 5th edition of D&D because, as Greg Tito, games editor for The Escapist, said, “if handled correctly, [this] could be exactly what’s needed to make players feel invested in D&D again.”
The rule changes are part of several efforts to keep the brand relevant. Wizards of the Coast already publishes a steady stream of products set in the D&D universe: fantasy novels (by authors like R. A. Salvatore), comic books and board games. To combat the perception that the game requires hours of planning, the company organizes weekly drop-in sessions called D&D Encounters, run in game shops nationwide; they’re billed as an easy way “to fit your game in after school or work.
If you have the time and the dice, you can sign up to help Wizard here.