Friday, March 27, 2009

Player's Handbook 2

This is from USA Today's list of the top 150 books this week:

And the Wall Street Journal's nonfiction list:

5 comments:

CK said...

This is quite impressive. Afaik, this is by far the highest spot any D&D book has ever gotten to, on said list.

Congratulations.

Jon said...

Sweet! Congratulations!

langley said...

Totally awesome. Congrats to all the staff that worked hard on PHB2.

It's a good book. Makes me want to try out a cleric/invoker multiclass character. Too bad I already have more characters than I've got campaigns to play in...

Yuri Peixoto said...

Great news. The quality of the book, and the excellent idea of give us some of the new classes to a "playtest" before the book releasing contribute to this.

Congratulations to James, and all the staff of WoTC, here from Brazil.

Marco Filippo said...

Thank you, James.
I believe you're perfectly right. Sometimes we all forget that behind the nice books, with all their excellent inside works of art, there's some seriuos thoughts thanks to guys like you. We just take them for granted. Thank you again.