TSR is resurrected in a new company

TSR is resurrected in a new company

TSR, the original producer brand of Dungeons & Dragons, has "included" the son of Gary Gygax in the leadership role, who will thus assume an important decision-making role at the top of the company. TSR has in fact announced that E. Gary Gygax Jr., son of one of the authors of Dungeons & Dragons (which you can find at this link), Gary Gyax, has been included in the company as Executive Vice President.

The new TSR, also connected to Lake Geneva, will have the task of creating new role-playing games, as well as selling the existing ones under the historic TSR brand. The first new RPG of this new course will be GiantLands, a title by Ste phen E. Dinehart IV and James M. Ward set on a post apocalyptic Earth. GiantLands was originally introduced as a Kickstarter in 2019 and will receive adequate coverage at launch via the "new TSR"

TSR Games has also said it is in the process of releasing a second game, titled Tales and Tots, but no further details are available at the moment.

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In addition to the production of classic role-playing games, TSR currently also manages the Dungeon Hobby Shop Museum, located in the first offices used by the company at Lake Geneva.

The company has also hired several employees previously employed by the original TSR, including Jeff R. Leason (who co-wrote several classic D&D adventures, such as The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan.

The history of TSR has been somewhat troubled over the years. The original company was bought by Wizards of the Coast in 1997, which continued to use the TSR branding on D&D products until the 3rd Edition launch in 2000. A new company called TSR Games was launched in 2012, after the the legitimate owner has reacquired the brand, which Wizards of the Coast had unfortunately left to lapse. Two of Gary Gygax's sons were involved with TSR Games but left the company after a dispute over the publication of Gygax Magazine.