In the latest routinely itemised RPG news round-up, we have the release of the Dune 2d20 RPG, Goodman Games buying Dark Tower and an impressive video platform for your tabletop gaming group.
In this week's RPG news round-up, we confirm Free RPG Day will happen, why the D&D TV show might be like First Blood and the character portrait generator site NeverEnding on adding prosthetic options to illustrations.
The new rules for Paragon usage put Agon at the heart of the ecosystem as third-party games cannot quote from the book, only cite mechanics and references by page numbers.
The year is 1968. Two years ago, on January 7, 1966, an alien energy, now known as THE SIGNAL, reached the Earth.
Routinely Itemised is Geek Native's bullet-point summary of RPG news. Catch-up on stories on the site, from around the web as well as new releases and gaming tips.
Another busy week in the world of RPGs as Fantasy Flight appears to be stepping away from the hobby and Kickstarter encourages dozens of new tabletop projects in just a few days.
We've made it to Friday again and earned a chance to lean back, take a deep breath and scroll through seven days of RPG industry news.
Agon launched on Kickstarter, and it looks great. So let's first check out the campaign and then come back to what Evil Hat has decided about the crowdfunding platform.
Evil Hat has delayed the Agon product, after talking to John Harper, while they reflect the on-going situation at Kickstarter.