Does civilization have the right subjugate the natural world in its quest for survival and expansion? Do the gods deserve your worship? And what is your role in the ecosystem of Lor'Zun?
I'm impressed. Stargrave makes me wish I had a room with a decent-sized table in it. Those are dangerous thoughts.
The eyeball suspended in the dice will always float around to look straight out. It's a freaky touch that feels appropriate to many RPGs!
A screengrab of the court session minutes being shared on social media appears to show the Judge dismissing the case.
Dicey Kickstarter surges past $1m in funds, Doctor Who RPG renewed, and Jasper's Game Day kicks off with a huge charity bundle. It's this week's RPG news!
Jasper's Games Day is a charity that uses roleplaying as a way to tackle suicide. These D&D designers deserve a shoutout for their support.
The Prophecy of Nine Omens is funded several times over on Kickstarter and offers three classical fantasy RPG adventures for D&D.
Stop villains from getting their hands on a Dragon Ball. Players sort through suspects to determine which of them might fight for the Dragon Ball, who has the best chance to stop and them and where that fight might happen.
A credit that I've started to see in new RPGs is "sensitivity reader". I think it's fair enough to wonder two things; what do sensitivity readers do? If we're paying for them through the cost of the book, do they make RPGs better?
RUSH is a 16-page, Name Your Own Price, RPG from Horoscope Zine.