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Wizards of the Coast was founded by Peter Adkison in 1990 just outside Seattle, Washington, and its current headquarters are located in nearby Renton. The company was named after a fearsome guild of wizards from a Dungeons & Dragons campaign Adkison was playing.
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- DCI Sanctioned Events
- Magic: The Gathering
The DCI was the official sanctioning body for competitive play in Magic: The Gathering and various other games produced by Wizards of the Coast and its subsidiaries, such as Avalon Hill, before being gradually rebranded as the Wizards Play Network starting in 2008. The DCI provided game rules, tournament operating procedures, and other materials to private tournament organizers and players. It also operated a judge certification program to provide consistent rules enforcement and promote fair pl
The DCI was formed in late 1993, and developed Magic: the Gathering's first tournament sanctioning and deckbuilding rules. Over the next decades, it filled several roles in Magic's Organized Play. It maintained policy documents as changes were needed, addressing new questions and supporting new product releases. It maintained the registration systems for both players and sanctioned tournaments. It also developed and operated a certification program for tournament officials, known as Judges. Over
In order to play in sanctioned events, players must register for membership and receive a DCI number. This number is up to 10 digits long, and uniquely identifies a competitor in a sanctioned tournament. The DCI maintains a global player ratings database and members have access to their entire tournament history online. If a member commits frequent or flagrant rules infractions, his or her membership can be suspended for variable amounts of time depending on the severity, from one month to lifet
Until September 2011, the DCI maintained rules and assigned players ratings for three basic categories in Magic: Constructed, Eternal, and Limited. These categories recorded a player's ranking based on their records of wins and losses. A fourth rating category, Composite, was the
Prerelease tournaments are held in hundreds of locations around the world five to six days before each new expansion, or set, is available for sale in stores. The prerelease provides a casual play atmosphere and a preview of new cards and sets. Friday Night Magic and Arena League
The DCI was also the home of the Judge Program. Early in Magic's competitive history, the event's organizers needed a system for training and certifying qualified tournament officials. To have a measure of capability of the judges the DCI introduced judge levels. Over time the Ju
Hecatomb was previously supported by the DCI over its short lifetime. In August 2006, it was announced that the game would no longer be produced by Wizards of the Coast, and the DCI has ceased to support it.
- Star Sisterz
- Fantasy novel series
- Martial Arts RPG
view Here are some tasks awaiting attention: Merge: Various articles Stubs: Dungeoneer's Survival Guide, Swords & Spells, Variant Dungeons & Dragons games, More... Update: Rewrite to be out-of-universe: Companions of the Hall, Dark Sun, Elf Verify: add sources to novels planned for merge to List of Dragonlance novels Other: Collaboration: Dave Arneson, Drow WikiProject Magic: The Gathering This article is within the scope of WikiProject Magic: The Gathering, a collaborative effort to improve the
Maybe some info about their web boards is called for. --The Computer Mutt July 6, 2005 20:26
If anyone knows anything about these guy's games, I have started a stub at Star Sisterz. Please feel free to contribute. Proto t c 10:11, 8 November 2005
A very nice review of WotC life appeared lately. Check it at http://www.rpg.net/columns/briefhistory/briefhistory1.phtml -- ReyBrujo 07:33, 6 August 2006
I'm a little uncomfortable with this section, since it lists all of the TSR settings, and I'm not sure all of them have been published under Wizard's management. And in comparison, the TSR entry for novels is minimal. Any opinions or information? FrozenPurpleCube 19:38, 1 September 2006 The last of the Dark Sun novels was published in 1996, which would be before the WotC purchase, and yet Amazon lists Wizards as the publisher. I am going to remove at least Dark Sun from the list, but please be b
If I remember correctly, either Wizards of teh Coast or TSR made a Martial Arts RPG back in the early 2000s and releaed it chapter by chapter online for free. Anyone remember what the name of this RPG was and should it be included here?--Jazz Remington 00:49, 19 November 2006 I believe that was Dragon Fist. According to this link, it was sold to Green Ronin. Green Ronin appears to be putting out a new version, scheduled for 2006:. Powers T 15:03, 20 November 2006
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- Original and revised editions
The Star Wars Roleplaying Game is a d20 System roleplaying game set in the Star Wars universe. The game was written by Bill Slavicsek, Andy Collins and J. D. Wiker and published by Wizards of the Coast in late 2000 and revised in 2002. In 2007, Wizards released the Saga Edition of the game, which made major changes in an effort to streamline the rules system. The game covers three major eras coinciding with major events in the Star Wars universe, namely the Rise of the Empire, the Galactic Civil
The original Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game was originally published by West End Games as a d6 product, enjoying many years of play before WEG went bankrupt. The d20 rebooted Star Wars Roleplaying Game originally came out around the time of the release of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. It included statistics for many of the major characters of that movie. The later Revised game included material from Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones and changed various feats and ...
Star Wars Roleplaying Game Saga Edition won the Gold ENnie Awards for Best Game, Best d20/OGL Product, and Best Rules, and the Silver award for Product of the Year.
- Giochi E Prodotti
- Collegamenti Esterni
Il nome Wizards of the Coast ("maghi della costa" in inglese) ha origine nel periodo 1979-1982, quando il gruppo di gioco di Peter Adkison (all'epoca al college) discusse della possibilità di fondare una casa editrice di giochi. Per anni la proposta rimase solo un'idea finché nel 1990, durante una discussione con Ken McGlothem, l'unico della cerchia di amici di gioco originali con cui era rimasto in contatto, tornò a galla e nel maggio dello stesso anno Adkison e altri fondarono la Wizards of the Coast nelle vicinanze di Seattle, Washington, ed il loro quartier generale è ancora situato nella vicina Renton. Il primo prodotto sviluppato dalla compagnia fu The Primal Order (1992), un supplemento generico per giochi di ruolo incentrato sulle divinità e sui loro seguaci. Il manuale non aveva un regolamento proprio ma conteneva numerose appendici di conversione per diversi sistemi di giochi di ruolo. Nei due anni di sviluppo del manuale (e di preparazione di una linea di prodotti collega...
Giochi da tavolo
prodotti sotto l'etichetta Avalon Hill 1. Axis & Allies (edizioni Revised e D-Day) 2. Betrayal at House on the Hill 3. Filthy Rich 4. Monsters Menace America 5. Nexus Ops 6. Risk 2210 A.D. e Risk Godstorm 7. RoboRally 8. Vegas Showdown
Giochi di carte non collezionabili
1. The Great Dalmuti e Corporate Shuffle (lo stesso gioco, ma con i personaggi del fumetto Dilbert) 2. Guillotine
Giochi di carte collezionabili
1. Battletech su licenza della Fasa 2. Codename: Kids Next Door 3. Doomtown (diritti ceduti all'AEG nel 1999) 4. Duel Masters 5. Dune 6. Football Champions 7. Harry Potter Trading Card Game 8. Hecatomb 9. Legend of the Five Rings(nel periodo 1998-2000), diritti ceduti alla AEG nel 2001 10. Legend of the Burning Sands 11. Magic: l'Adunanza (Magic: The Gathering) 12. Magic Online 13. MLB Showdown 14. NBA Showdown 15. Neopets Trading Card Game 16. Netrunner 17. NFL Showdown 18. Pokémon 19. Star...(EN) Shannon Appelcline, Designers & Dragons, Mongoose Publishing, 2011, ISBN 978-1-907702-58-7.(EN) John Jackson Miller e Joyce Greenholdt, Collectible Card Game - Checklist & Price Guide, 2ª ed., Krause Publication, 2003, ISBN 0-87349-623-X.(EN) Sito ufficiale, su wizards.com.(EN) Opere di Wizards of the Coast / Wizards of the Coast (altra versione), su Open Library, Internet Archive.(EN) Edizioni di Wizards of the Coast / TSR/Wizards of the Coast / Wizards of the Coast Discoveries / Wizards of the Coast / SFBC, su Internet Speculative Fiction Database, Al von Ruff.(EN) Wizards of the Coast, su MobyGames, Blue Flame Labs.
Wizards of the Coast (ofta kallat WotC eller Wizards) är ett amerikanskt spelföretag som huvudsakligen ger ut spel inom fantasy- och science fiction-genrerna.. Företaget startade som ett källarföretag som publicerade rollspel men gjorde under mitten av 1990-talet samlarkortspel populära med sitt framgångsrika kortspel Magic: The Gathering.
Wizards of the Coast - Wikipedia Wizards of the Coast LLC is an American publisher of games, primarily based on fantasy and ... called RoboRally, but was turned down because the game would have been too expensive for Wizards of the Coast to produce. ...
Oct 30, 2008 · Hey, so, anyone want to help get the Wizards of the Coast article up to "Good Article" status? :) I think we're coming along nicely, but a few more knowledgable hands who know how to write well would really help. I'm going to hit up Dragonlance and Forgotten Realms next. :) Trying to get as...
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