In June, Jamison Stone (temporarily) quit as CEO of Apotheosis Studios after a storm of concern.
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Satine Phoenix and her husband Jamison Stone find themselves and Apotheosis Studios in the centre of a community outcry this weekend.
Rarely, a physical supplement – Book of Lost Spells – is available, but shipping and associated costs are added later.
Roll20 price increase, D&D movie starts to film, and a US court throws out a legal case against Gen Con. It’s been a week of RPG news!
Sirens: Battle of Bards has a Project We Love tag from Kickstarter, is endorsed by Luke Gygax, the first celeb guest writer announced was none other than the fantastic Deborah Ann Woll, and they’ve more partners in place than a Gen Con hall.
The Red Opera creates a setting of its own called the Shadelands. This means you can take any group of heroes playing D&D 5e, give them access to the Shadelands and get them involved in the events of the campaign.
The heated conversations in the RPG community continue as the hobby space looks at ways to encourage diversity and deal with 40 years of history that don’t always get everything right.