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?
We are transmedial storytellers, we like to tell stories through first person experiences in which body, mind and heart of the participants are involved at the same time.
Blue Planet was often criticized for having an environmental agenda, and though I always felt that was only one aspect of setting, we are certainly leaning into that intent now as the threats to the Earth's ecology have become existential.
Mythic Table's Kickstarter promises to help integrate the open source virtual tabletop.
NeverEnding CEO, Jamie Van Doren, confirmed to Geek Native that the character generation would add prosthetic options for limbs and even a wheelchair option.
Modiphius Entertainment has today opened up the pre-order for Achtung! Cthulhu 2d20.
Geek Native has been lucky enough to get some questions to Mark Truman, CEO of Magpie Games, who are making the official roleplaying game based on Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra.
The QuestCompanion site is notable even among the vibrant community. It's quick, clean and easy to use.
Wardlings is well suited for people who are new to roll playing because it is built on the 5e system.
The roleplaying game City of Mist is perhaps closer to a TV show than an old school roleplaying game.