Dungeons & Dragons is back again; Role-playing game reinvents and reinvigorates
Nathan Stewart had a tall task ahead of him when he and others first looked to revamp Dungeons & Dragons. A tarrasque-sized challenge, indeed.
Nearly eight years ago, the game's accessibility had come into question before the release of the fifth and current edition. When Stewart joined D&D publisher Wizards of the Coast, the strategy was to "reinvigorate the tabletop game."
Their efforts have paid off in almost unimaginable ways. D&D's fifth edition, released in 2014, isn't just a s...