Your One Stop for One D&D News!

With the announcement of One D&D in August 2022 came the news that Dungeons & Dragons would be releasing approximately monthly Unearthed Arcana (UA) to be publicly playtested over the next year and half to prepare for the release of One D&D publications in 2024.

Here you’ll find overviews of each UA as well as deep dives in the rules they present. We may even be able to offer freebies like Character Sheets that utilize some of the new rulings. We will keep this page updated as new UA is released so be sure to check back often for updates!

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One D&D Playtesting 101

If you’re new to D&D’s UA or to playtesting in general you can check out D&D Beyond’s FAQ on the matter and view their video below. After that, see below to check out each UA as they’re released.

One D&D Unearthed Arcana

UA 2: Expert Classes

The second Unearthed Arcana, Expert Classes, has released and the feedback submission deadline has been extended out till Nov. 10th! They’ve released well over an hour of content on Youtube detailing the UA but as always, below you’ll find a high level overview of what you can find in this update. With last month’s free…

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Free UA 1 Character Sheet!

D&D Beyond has extended the deadline to submit your feedback for UA 1: Character Origins by two weeks to Sept. 26. In celebration, we’ve hand crafted a character using the new character building rules and one of the new races to make a spell heavy Ardling Ranger. So if you’re still wanting to playtest some…

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UA 1: Character Origins

In our first Unearthed Arcana for the One D&D rules system, we dive into material designed for the Player’s Handbook coming out in 2024. The playtest document presents character creation rules, including options for races, backgrounds, and feats. You will also find a glossary of new or revised meanings for game terms. ~ D&D Beyond…

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What is Unearthed Arcana?

Way back in the 1980s, Dungeons & Dragons’ original publisher TSR published a supplemental hardback book to Advanced Dungeons & Dragons called Unearthed Arcana. It expanded on those rules with new races, classes, and other optional rules. Jump forward to 2004 and D&D’s current publisher, Wizards of the Coast, published a new hardback book under…

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