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This page was added in 2020 and backdated one month.
- Roll20 to increase prices, offering a 2-year lock-in before they do – An earlier version of this article incorrectly said that the price rise was from $5.99 to $10.99, nearly double.
- Geek Native Patron gift: Beowulf RPG merch! – An earlier version of this post linked the pin-badge to the limited dice. In fact, this pin-badge isn’t possible to buy at all. It’s the one shown and not for retail.
- Shadow of Mogg – A Post Brexit RPG comes with rules for group anxiety – Updated to include Manic Productions links.
- Where horror writes itself: Backwater – Southern Gothic Horror – Backwater will offer the hardback as an add-on.
- Post-apocalyptic fantasy Out of Ashes rises on Kickstarter – Jon Hodgson’s role at Cubicle 7 corrected from art director to creative director.
- For the third year in a row, Dune is one of the most anticipated RPG of the year – Article originally said Dune had the top slot for 3 years; whereas it’s 2 years and a 6th place. Level Up will be a standalone RPG.
- Heroes of the Cypher System races to $100,000 as Monte Cook Games flies into superheroes – Claim the Sky was incorrectly stated as a 448-page book; it should be 224-pages.
- Family RPG adventures with WanderSquares – The Underwood Tunnels – Updated to show new shipping (adding Canada, UK and EU) for the Kickstarter.
- The HeroQuest RPG rebrands as QuestWorlds – Updated to include a summary of Michael O’Brien’s HeroQuest interview.
- Avalon Hill wants $1,000,000 to make a new HeroQuest – updated to include Chaosium’s trademark transfer.
- Strata Miniatures’ competition reveals Wave 2 of combat wheelchair minis – prize details corrected.
- RPG Publisher Spotlight: Trollhalla Press – Article previously said “Rick Loomis … purchased the rights to Tunnels & Trolls” and now uses the phrase “handshake partnership, securing permission to publish T&T material”.
- ICv2’s latest best-selling RPG chart is full of mysteries – Updated to point out that many classic Cyberpunk 2020 books are still in print and may be contributing to the sales totals.
- Is there HeroQuest board game relaunch coming? – Added confirmation from Chaosium that Questworlds is the name of the SRD; not the game.
- Old D&D products carry a new disclaimer on the DMs Guild – Updated to include Wizards of the Coast’s social media statement explaining the change.
- ENnies 2020 nominee will refuse any awards until organisers address 2017 controversy – Received information from the ENnies to point out leadership and policy changes since 2017 and that entry to the awards are voluntary
- Free to Download: Castles & Crusades Players Handbook 7th printing – article originally said 7th edition, when it should have been 7th printing.
- Free samples of Fantastic Lairs spurs Kickstarter campaign on – The “Half-Dragon Knight” was incorrectly called a “Dragonborn Knight”.
- 20% off as Dungeon Masters Guild and Storytellers Vault Play It Forward – Updated to clarify only downloads 30 days old get 20% off.
- The new Free RPG Day team announce their 2020 partners – This article has been updated because Free RPG Day was given a new post-COVID date.
- Crunchyroll releases Winter 2020 stats; Black Clover dominates – headline briefly said 2019, not 2020.
- UK Games Expo delayed because of Covid-19 – Tabletop Scotland will reschedule to avoid the clash.
- Free to Download: R. Talsorian Games makes Teenagers from Outerspace free for a while – Post initially said the game came out in 97, but that was for the third edition, Teenagers from Outerspace first edition dates to 1987.
- Red Thread of Fate, the tabletop game about lovers, finally launches on Kickstarter – Chaosium has cancelled the Kickstarter, citing Covid-19.
- Adventures in Dugatai: The Mystic East 5e adventure shuttered at birth – Jetpack 7 has confirmed the project has definitely been cancelled.
- Goodman Games avoids Judges Guild payments; donates to charity – Fixed a typo in the first paragraph ‘espousing’ replacing the incorrect ‘exposing’.
- RPG publishers cut ties with the Judges Guild Game Company after bigotry expose – An update to this post merges two sentences to make it clear that Frog God Games have had nothing to do with the Overlord Kickstarter except provide some rescue funds.
- Hunters Kickstart the Altered Carbon RPG – Hunters confirmed they meant ‘hardback’ when they said ‘hardcopy’.
- Beasts and Barbarians return to the Bundle of Holding – The original article incorrectly stated Humble Bundle, instead of the Bundle of Holding.
- Do these dice say 100 or 10? – The “Singles Before Tens” table was updated with the right example.
- D&D leak: Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount with Matthew Mercer – Updated with the cover illustration for the book, which ‘leaked’ via a Barnes & Noble page.
- The incredible gold value of a silk caravan in D&D – Updated to reflect expert advice; a yard of silk is not always 36 x 36. This brings the value of the caravan down.
- Free Content Friday: Hunters Entertainment ramps up the free RPG giveaways – Corrected: Free Content Friday is not every Friday; it’s the first Friday of the month.
- DriveThruRPG’s best selling RPGs of the decade – Added ‘DriveThruRPG’ to the title.
- D&D character sheets for players with dyslexia – Updated to keep track with the changes made to the character sheets by the original designers.
- Wind Rose: Diggy Diggy Hole – Updated to show that Wind Rose’s version of Diggy Diggy Hole is a cover.
- The other best selling fantasy RPGs of 2019 – We discovered the data DriveThruRPG had provided was for products published in 2019 only. The post was updated accordingly, and the change highlighted.
- The best selling sci-fi RPGs of 2019 – We discovered the data DriveThruRPG had provided was for products published in 2019 only. The post was updated accordingly, and the change highlighted.