While the appeal of the Deck o’Dungeons might be the 50 Tarot-sized cards the campaign offers VTT and PDF support.
There are 13 titles in the first tier with a shop value of $44. These are all DRM-free, so that you can import them into VTT software.
RPG news at bullet-point speed we headline the sad news that Hasbro boss Brian Goldner has passed away. This week also brings new D&D, a Cowboy Bebop RPG, Hunters: The Reckoning and more from Critical Role.
This is a new deal, not previously available, and is of interactive PDFs showing medieval villages, castles, sanitariums, temples, zombie-infested islands, as well as the spookier dungeons.
Wizards of the Coast are taking back control of D&D in some countries after settling a legal row. Luke Crane’s The Burning Wheel is Roll20’s quickest growing system, and the inhospitable setting round table is coming. It’s an RPG news summary from Geek Native.
0one have a collection of blueprint themed battlemaps in the Bundle of Holding.
A superfast bullet point summary of the week’s news. Zoom!
A tabernacle is a place of worship, often a tent, and this particular one is in the Underdark.
The nominations for the 2013 ENnies are out. These are a big set of awards in the roleplaying publishing world. Counting by hand, I reach 57 publishers nominated and that’s up from just shy of 40 from 2012. Paizo Publishing and Pelgrane Press lead the pack with 7 nominations each, with Cubicle 7 in third […]
Friday night at GenCon means ENnies. The ENnies are easily one of the most prestigious awards in the roleplaying industry and combine public vote and the role of judges. Best Adventure Dead Rock Seven (Pelgrane Press) Invasive Procedures (Pelgrane Press) The Rending Box (Pelgrane Press) Silver: Madness at Gardmore Abbey (Wizards of the Coast) Gold: […]