The motley crew of animated outcasts that make up the Gorillaz are back. Along with ScHoolboy Q, they feature in PAC-Man.
James Perry and the Brightdog Games crew have announced the D&D 5e setting called Tales of Esgar.
Medieval $hitposting, also fondly known as Bardcore, for the discerning clergyman, noble, or muck-gathering peasant.
Over 40 people are contributing to this single and, if you can buy it, all proceeds go to the CDC Foundation and Doctors without Borders (MSF) to fight COVID.
Haunted Mansion's The Slow Dark is an example of the music I'd play before a game to set the mood. A dark and sombre mood.
It was written by Gary Gygax in 1976, back when D&D was only two years old and played in the Origins II convention.
The bundle comes with a digipak CD, a 24-page campaign booklet, 7 gamer dice (with the toxic crescent moon symbol), an 18"x9" die-cut DM screen, 4 maps, 4 creature cards, 5 blank character sheets and each box will be hand-numbered.
The track by Grimes is called 4ÆM and seems to be set entirely in cyberspace.
Oh gosh, where does "All I Want for Christmas Is You" come from? Is it a geeky and historical poem that dates back to pagan days?
Did anyone say dwarves couldn't be musical?