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9th Level Games are on a roll this Zine Quest session at Kickstarter with a series of quick to close, but attractive, RPG pitches.
Adriel Wilson's Savage Sisters had a short run on Kickstarter, still has a few days left and quickly met the campaign target.
Rebel Scum will use 9th Level Games' Polymorph system. Chris O'Neill is the designer, Adriel Wilson, the producer and Zane Graves is the illustrator.
In RPG news; it's Friday the 13th, and there are quite a few big books about to be released; Tasha's Cauldron of Everything and Cyberpunk Red to name two.
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Like Kobolds Ate My Baby! and Mazes, Business Wizards uses the Polymorph system. That means the game is rules-lite and designed for narrative play.
Last night, the Indie Game Developer Network ran the 2020 Indie Groundbreaker Awards.
New rules for D&D as Wizards of the Coast test new feats while, behind the scenes, they recruit for a diversity manager. Alternative rules to 5e's race system take the best-seller slot at DriveThruRPG's big sale too.