Roll20 signs a new deal with Wizards of the Coast, leveraging their new DMsGuild asset, and they chat up Paizo too. Meanwhile, it’s a good time to get into Rifts, an awkward time for Pugmire and an interesting one for Warhammer 40K.
You can create and sell Pathfinder content on Pathfinder Infinite, a site powered by OneBookShelf. From February, you can do the same on Roll20.
Right now, third-party publishers who follow the rules can create and sell D&D adventures and other content from the DMsGuild. As of this week, those modules can also be created for Roll20.
Let’s linger on danger for a while, just a short bit. In RPG news, there’s a Gloomhaven RPG on the way, and that doesn’t feel dangerous, and the decision to make it card-based seems to derisk it.
There’s a fresh batch of geeky ecards from Fun this year in time for the holiday season. I’m tooting them.
A round-up of D&D and other RPG news from a week in which tabletop games are shown to be good for your mental health. And we talk about sacrifices.
Especially interesting for geeks, there’s a games section in time for Christmas. There isn’t a huge range yet, but there is the Jujutsu Kaisen The Cursed Spirit of The Abandoned School.
Brave site and podcast supporters are picking who’ll be selected for the first feature of 2023.
Hasbro picks up a share price chill, J-M DeFoggi writes about time jumps in RPGs to spice things up for your players, and there are some great Thanksgiving RPG bundle deals this week.
Hasbro has put a big but non-core part of its business up for auction as TV and movie production doesn’t work out. Meanwhile, TV company AMC Networks gets into RPGs in a big way.