Series: Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition

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Dungeon Master's Guide (5th Edition) by Wizards of the Coast
Dungeons & Dragons: Cloud Giant's Bargain by Teos Abadia
Hoard of the Dragon Queen (D&D Adventure) by Wolfgang Baur
Monster Manual (Dungeons & Dragons, 5th Edition) by Mike Mearls
Player's Handbook (5th Edition) by Wizards of the Coast
The Rise of Tiamat (D&D Adventure) by Wizards of the Coast

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  1. Storm King's Thunder (Dungeons & Dragons) by Wizards of the Coast (2016)
  2. Princes of the Apocalypse (D&D Accessory) by Wizards of the Coast (2015)
  3. Tales From the Yawning Portal (Dungeons & Dragons) by Kim Mohan (Editor-in-chief) (2017)
  4. Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide (D&D Accessory) by Wizards of the Coast (2015)
  5. Dungeons & Dragons Player's Handbook (4th Edition) by Rob Heinsoo (2008)
  6. Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Core Rulebook by Jason Bulmahn (2009)
  7. Fate: Core System by Leonard Balsera (2013)
    Same series: Fate Accelerated (Fate RPG)
  8. Hackmaster: Official Player's Handbook by Jolly R. Blackburn (2001)
  9. Return to the Keep on the Borderlands by John D. Rateliff (1999)
  10. AD&D Monstrous Compendium, Vol. 1 by David Cook (1989)
  11. Dark Sun Campaign Setting by Richard Baker (2010)
  12. Rules Cyclopedia by Aaron Allston (1991)
  13. Numenera Corebook by Monte Cook (2013)
  14. Eberron Campaign Setting by Keith Baker (2004)
  15. Dungeon Master's Guide: Core Rulebook II (3rd edition) by Monte Cook (2000)

Series description

In 2014 Wizards of the Coast published the Fifth Edition of Dungeons & Dragons, which attempts to address problems and criticisms of the discontinued Fourth Edition and recover market share lost to Pathfinder and other products.

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