Geek Native's Patrons can now vote to put a RPG publisher or creator in the Spotlight.
Wizards of the Coast have been promoted, and their sister company eOne has been tasked with creating a TV universe of D&D shows. New releases, recommendations and speculation on what another busy week of geek news might mean in this podcast.
Today, Fanatical announced it has been bought by Fandom.
There are two versions of Fantasy Grounds. There's the classic virtual tabletop software and then the next generation, which no one is forced to use, built on Unity after a successful Kickstarter to fund the project.
As Roll20 has shared their user base milestone, we can run some maths. We know the percentage of games users play and know the total number of users; we can convert those ratios to absolute figures.
The QuestCompanion site is notable even among the vibrant community. It's quick, clean and easy to use.
While the Zine Quest RPG surge continues, we look outside RPG news for a bit and at the Anime Awards 2021 winners before going back to the hobby to discuss the World of Darkness on virtual platforms and looking for group sites like Mindflayer.
As a thank you to Patrons, to give the blog a chance to talk about Entromancy again and because Nightpath really is kind, all Geek Native backers will be getting a digital copy.
Mindflayer.io is a new site which aspires to help you find a tabletop RPG to play in.
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