A quick look at who's done well in the ENnies and the big news, drama other otherwise, from GenCon and the week just gone.
Some say that to change the world you must first burn it down. Now that belief will be tested in the crucible of revolution: the Breakers and Burners have seized the levers of power, the smoke of riots has replaced the smog of industry, and all must submit to the wisdom of crowds.
At Gen Con today, the publisher has announced Pathfinder Infinite and Starfinder infinite as programs and sites to support the program.
VTT TaleSpire and looking for group site Demiplane have announced an official partnership. There's a new TaleSpire Looking For Group powered by Demiplane site.
The 5e book adds 320+ creative magic items and cute companions. While the book is the main part of the project, there are also decks of cards showing the animals and equipment, and Geek Native has secured three sample decks to giveaway.
A catch up with the geeky highlights of the week, looking at some Kickstarters with promise and hinting at more significant changes.
Running from the 1st of November to the 30th, SideQuest will help promote indie crowdsourced zines.
Geek Native's merch store is a potential gift shopping site and is powered by Redbubble. That's a platform that keeps on adding options. And they've added hats.
A brief catch-up on the week's geeky highlights as RPGs become TV shows, bundle deals tempt our wallets open and time travellers discuss where to go for tea.
Once known as Cool Minis or Not, CMON is expanding further and into the controversial waters of Non-Fungible Tokens.