As a thank you to new and loyal Geek Native Patreons I'm giving away little glowing Kodama models.
In this episode of Audio EXP, we run through all the goodies Chaosium are giving away to mark the first year of Greg Stafford's death. There's a competition to win a year's worth of free adventures, and we review some of the headlines out of New York Comic Con.
Fantasy Grounds published some interesting stats for the year to date, up to the end of Q3 2019 and they reveal what games people are playing there.
In the latest Kickstarter update, Levi Rosol of GM Binder announced a partnership with World Anvil.
Let's start with a question. Would you trade your life, as it is now, for a life of alien adventure?
This weekend, October 5th to 6th, is the fourth Roll20CON.
Astral announces significant improvements to the dynamic lighting of their virtual tabletop.
Here are the five candidates for next month's RPG publisher spotlight. If there's one you like, and you're a site patron, you can cast a vote.
That's not the only change, there's been enhanced building updates, improvements to warp mode which lets you make small adjustments to the settlements, a more attractive (but not movable) legend, changes to how water is drawn, and there can now be more than one park in a city.
We talk about Fandom buying Cortex, a move that means D&D Beyond's parent company will want to sell RPGs that are not Dungeons & Dragons. Then we dig into a host of exciting Kickstarter projects, as Evil Hat decide to make a cautious return to the platform after union-busting concerns.