I’ll be leaving Wizards of the Coast on June 21st. It wasn’t a decision I made lightly—working on D&D was my dream job, and it gave my wayward, 24-year-old soul a bit of direction. I came to D&D just before the announcement of D&D fourth edition, and now I leave as the fifth edition tabletop roleplaying game reaches new heights and expands to new horizons. It’s been a wild, crazy adventure (as any good D&D adventure should be), but and now I’m off to pursue new endeavors—including starting my own business. I’m excited for all the unpredictable things that come with that, if a bit trepidatious. I hope to stay involved in gaming as much as possible with writing, editing, marketing—and whatever else may come my way. Gary Gygax said .random chance plays a huge part in everybody, life?’ I think that’s as true about taking chances as it is about a roll of the die. So I’m rolling the die and taking a chance on something new.
June 21st is my last day at Wizards of the Coast. It's been one heck of an adventure—thanks for all the great XP! pic.twitter.com/ZtLHkJHjp9
— Greg Bilsland (@gregbilsland) June 6, 2016
@gregbilsland Have fun Master Greg!
— Zoltar Sage Advice (@SageAdviceDnD) June 6, 2016
@gregbilsland May your life soar, and all your adventures turn out well! Hugs!
— Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) June 6, 2016
@gregbilsland aww good luck Greg! You'll do great!!
— Commander Holly (@HollyConrad) June 6, 2016