Speaking of fails…
Archives for April 2022
The crowdfunded Roll is something but different from most virtual tabletops, and they’ve launched their first RPG. D&D has a new playtest, Cthulhu is coming for the Roman Legions, and there’s a talk with the Mutant Lord. It’s the Audio EXP podcast.
Year Zero World Building creates campaign settings using Free League’s RPGs. This month delves into the dying by murder world of Mörk Borg, Artpunk RPG
There are some impressively artistic dice trays available for geeky tabletop gamers, but Artefact Games, I suggest, have found a new level with Dice Tomes.
You know what’s coming; May the 4th is #StarWarsDay, and there isn’t a brand in the galaxy with Star Wars merch to sell that won’t remind you.
Skybound is a Fantasy Space-Western involving Robot Cowboys, Elf Clones, and Aethernet Trolls.
When does Netflix start Drifting Home? September 16th, and we know that thanks to the latest teaser.
Routinely Itemised is a weekly RPG news summary that gives you a quick round-up of gaming news from Geek Native and other sites.
After studying your feedback, we’ve revised the kender race, the Knight of Solamnia and Mage of High Sorcery backgrounds, and several feats for characters from the world of Krynn.
Cinebook is a UK-based comics publisher with a focus on Europe. I’m immediately sympathetic.