* Complete Scoundrel (January 2007)
* Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon Master's Kit (January 2007)
* Hidden Crypts Dungeon Tiles 3 (January 2007)
* D&D Icons: Gargantuan Blue Dragon (January 2007, D&D Minis)
* Barrow of the Forgotten King (February 2007, adventure for 2nd-level characters)
* Secrets of Sarlona (February 2007, Eberron)
* Dungeonscape (February 2007)
* Dungeon & Dragons Deluxe Dice (March 2007)
* Magic Item Compendium (March 2007)
* Star Wars Roleplaying Game: Saga Edition (March 2007)
* Cormyr: The Tearing of the Weave (March 2007, Forgotten Realms adventure for 4th-level characters)
* Unhallowed Booster Pack (March 2007, D&D Minis expansion)
* City of Peril (April 2007, battlemaps)
* Expedition to the Demonweb Pits (April 2007, adventure for 9th to 12th-level characters)
* Curse of the Dragon's Eye (April 2007, Eberron adventure for 5th-level characters)
Now, with this little list here (I went through and checked some of these, they were listed on Amazon for those who are disbelievers), it appears to my eye that we are indeed scraping the bottom of the barrel as far as ideas go. The last quarter of this year looks the same as well, so I am not sure what to think.
The ugly rumor going around is (as always) this is a sign of a new edition by 2008. I am not wanting to start a debate on the value/merits/needs of something like that, but I want to call out to some of the older gamers who were around for TSR and verify that indeed, this is almost the exact release schedule that they had when 2E (AD&D) was dying out back in the day before being bought out by Wizards.
Do you think that this is just not acceptable as far as releases? MM IV wasn't that great, PHB II was ok, it could have been more, I dread to think what Battle book is going to be like next month... Anyone have these concerns or is it just me?