The stalwart and productive Leo Moracchioli’s stream of heavy metal successes continue. Some companies convert franchises to RPGs; Leo turns them into metal covers.
Archives for July 2021
Kaiju Decode is an original anime from Toei and Ultraman studio Tsuburaya Productions.
Have we done Dinos and Comics before? They’ve over a million followers on Instagram, so Geek Native coverage is a bit redundant.
Geek Native’s highlights podcast talks Call of Cthulhu, D&D and dragon t-shirts as well as Stargates and monkeys. Typical week.
Geek Native readers help with a range of quirky surveys, and in February, they were asked to imagine they were supervillains. No one reading really is a supervillain, right?
D&D Beyond’s Frame Design Contest has been cancelled after artists expressed it asked for too much and offered too little.
One of the successes of Treasures of the Feywild is to get the balance of breadth and depth right. There’s a range of different types of equipment here and then, for the popular styles, plenty of items.
Everyone hates liches – the Sorrow Lords – more than vampires, dragons, and demons. They are sentient, free-willed open wounds in reality who corrupt everything they touch.
Graham James suggests the game suits two to three players and the Keeper. I think it’s much better with two players. These two characters are ideally newlywed and taking a honeymoon to 1920s Scotland.
There are only three tiers, and the top is less than ten squid. So let’s take a look at how that $113 worth of cRPG divvies up!