If I had to guess, Drizzt didn't meet expectations, and as Hasbro has been doing recently, they're licensing out parts of their licenses. We currently have no idea what NECA is allowed to make, just that they've making Warduke and Grimsword, so it could be inferred that they at least have access to the LJN figures (since Grimsword is a wave 2, that rules out limitations to the cartoon). It's entirely possible that Hasbro will continue Forgotten Realms on their own, and maybe license the cartoon to someone else, and maybe the Dragonlance stuff to another company, and however else they're able to sell the license. I would doubt we'll hear anything from Hasbro directly on the subject outside of press releases, at most.KnightDamien wrote: ↑Sat Sep 25, 2021 3:40 pmI really wish Hasbro/WOTC would make some kind of statement on what their damn problem is. Like.. you OWN this property. Why did we get one random figure and then nothing else, while a totally different toy company is announcing product? The [email protected]#$, WotC?
We'll probably see the same thing happen with MTG. But with a Netflix series for MTG and a D&D movie coming, who knows, they may want a piece of that pie via toys, or perhaps they'll think they're better off just licensing it out again (if there are interested buyers, of course).