In a fantasy world, a hero, a demon lord and their armies clash in a war without end. Their competing magic crosses into another realm and explodes in a schoolroom, killing the students inside.
In this issue of the column, you'll find a mix of successes and of disappointment. We begin by looking at one of Crunchyroll's big bets for the season, Noblesse, and while it's not terrible, it's not amazing either.
The idea is that you become an owner of Mythic Table, rather than a customer.
December 3rd to December 6th are the dates that Modiphius' new online convention will run from.
The opening scenes contain death through suicide, sacrifice and murder. It's not torture porn, but they don't cut away either.
Game Tank is selling instructions and a kit for making your very own dice tower out of little plastic bricks.
The series is about a woman called Metea who becomes immortal after meteorites fall on Earth. Her travelling companion, an unlikely looking fellow, is called Euthanasia and also immortal.
In this week's podcast, we range from AIs drawing monsters to humans calling lawyers as we discuss RPG news, license deals and the Cyberpunk Red errata.
We're playing more board games with our family as a result of the pandemic, especially if we don't consider ourselves to be a geek.
World of Chaldea is Adkison's own D&D campaign, which began in 1981 which has been running (sometimes using Burning Wheel) ever since.