Dungeons & Dragons has been bringing together the forces of good and evil for decades, gathering lawful good paladins and chaotic evil rogues around both physical and virtual tables. When participating in a campaign, books are stacked on every surface and paper character sheets are piled anywhere there’s an extra space. The frenzy of a D&D table may be nostalgic, but there’s always room for improvement. Enter D&D Beyond, the official fifth edition tool set created by Curse. It’s a breath of fresh air for both players and dungeon masters alike, and — as of today — it has officially launched.