This week we've seen Shadowrun 6e edge closer to release, more material for Vampire 5e, new rules for The Witcher and Wizards of the Coast open a small scale playtest for D&D as it introduces new subclassses for Monk and Barbarian.
Now it's easy to design your own village or stunning fantasy landscape.
Onyx Path Publishing will Kickstart a new type of sourcebook for Vampire 5e, one that introduces "the pernicious horror of twisted beliefs".
There are three situations when a premade scenario will likely save the GM on prep time, but outside those, I argue, any real saving is unlikely.
The Kickstarter asked for $60,000. Sound like a lot? It's less than 24 hours after launch, and there's already more than $175,000 pledged.
Playtest for free two new Monk and Barbarian subclasses with Wizards of the Coast
Here's the short form: this is a very impressive, detailed fantasy RPG with a far more sombre setting than D&D.
Many people will credit RuneQuest as the founding father of all d100 systems.
Available for Android and iOS, RWBY: Crystal Match has nearly 1,000 levels.
The core set is Dark Heresy: Core Rulebook, Dark Heresy: Edge of Darkness, Dark Heresy: Tattered Fates Haarlock's Legacy I and Dark Heresy: Purge the Unclean.