In the game, as in the anime, players spend time onboard flying ships and travelling between floating islands. They'll be chased by the Empire and able to summon powerful creatures to fight for them.
Following the success of Kal-Zar's Bane, which was 7 one-shot adventures, the Laidback DM has returned to Kickstarter with a set of three.
The weird west is cowboys with supernatural horror. So, for Blood Drive imagine a posse of drovers with their Texas Longhorns trying to push through the swollen streams of Colorado, up through the dangerous mountain passes of New Mexico, and somehow through the haunted prairies of Wyoming.
Dragon Turtle has brought on Eric Willman for the Solarpunk project.
Tales of Alethrion caught people's attention with a great animation called The Reward in which two heroes-in-waiting travelled the world together in search of treasure.
The core rules are all that you need to run a game of Carbon 2185.
In the RPG news this week we've big news from Pinnacle and Savage Worlds, we discover which project Wizards of the Coast are working on for D&D that will take years and a look at the latest reviews, releases and interviews.
The world hangs by a thread of Fate. To sever this golden cord is to plunge all of creation into chaos, a world without gods or their justice, where rebirth is the only possible salvation, and to be reborn, one must die.
Tanner Yarro is back on Kickstarter with a whacky advert and another tabletop maps innovation; an immersive battle atlas.
In time for Thanksgiving in the United States of America, the holiday that generates Black Friday and Cyber Monday in its aftermath, the Bundle of Holding as launched Indie Cornucopia 8.