Some old D&D products such as Oriental Adventures (1e) and Fiend Folio (1e) have a disclaimer at the bottom of their DMs Guild listings.
This week the RPG community had to ask itself whether we have one standard when it comes to art for the male gaze and a different one for women or gay men. The Gygax family battles continue, WotC is accused of making money off racially uncomfortable tropes, and a streamer has been kicked out of the Magic Creator program for selling sexy selfies.
We've made it into a new month and therefore Geek Native's kind patrons once again get to vote on which RPG publisher or creator we can boost with a spotlight.
Effective immediately, Board Game Geek has taken control of Tabletop Events.
Loot Tavern is a Patreon in which subscribers get access to regular homebrew magic items.
The geek community is wrestling with a wave of serious allegations, but there is good news too. We have new releases, games that let you play as fallen angels, a whole hard drive of cyberpunk news and original content for the Kingkiller Chronicles.
Today, Astral Tabletop, the VTT backed by Onebookshelf launched live drawing and other new features.
With the latest updates, it is now possible to use the map-maker to generate a campaign world from scratch or custom design it, add cities and locations, add military units and then have them battle.
D&D is getting a horror adventure set in the frozen North, Geek Native talks to horror master Sandy Petersen and the gaming community suggests better rules for character races.
We're halfway, give or take, through the year and so time for a rare Geek Native site update.