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.
Have you ever wondered why RPG PDFs seem so expensive? After all, surely there's an infinite supply of them once all the writing is done?
Redbubble, the company that powers Geek Native's store, has just announced that for today $1 for every purchased made will be donated to climate change initiatives.
This month Geek Native has another offer for new and loyal Patrons. If you can sign up before the 29th (Sunday) or are already signed up, then I'll send you one of these reassuringly heavy metal coins.
A review of Anvl, the all-in-one design and 3d-print solution that has tabletop miniatures that you've crafted online sent to your door.
The Community Content process is a convenient method for requesting character sheet templates for the games you need them for.
This is a short highlights show in which we look back over a week of stories from the Geek Native blog.
There's a free Carnival Row RPG setting and we think we've found a way to get a free set of rules for it too. In this podcast we talk about the forthcoming free scenarios from Chaosium, the fantasy Viking setting of Svilland that uses D&D 5e rules and why Evil Hat, the makers of Fate, have hit pause on Kickstarter.
Evil Hat has delayed the Agon product, after talking to John Harper, while they reflect the on-going situation at Kickstarter.
Legal fights over Barbarians, a hugely popular author surprises us with an RPG that no one was expecting and an opinion poll on the right way to pronounce Tiefling (teef-ling, tie-fling or tea-fling). Audio EXP is the podcast highlights of a week of Geek Native news.