Routinely Itemised is a weekly summary of RPG news from Geek Native and around the web with new releases, Kickstarters, announcements and discoveries.
Routinely Itemised is Geek Native's weekly RPG news summary, complete with a roundup of new releases, freebies, interviews and reviews.
A glance at some noteworthy RPG releases this week along with yet another busy RPG news section. Kickstarter seems to get more alive with each passing day, recovering strongly from the lockdown slump.
Scholastic will publish the Return to Firetop Mountain on the 1st of October and two other titles yet to be announced.
Tabletop RPG news for a week squished into a series of easy scan bullet-point lists. Dungeons & Dragons fights, Starfinder dice and more Kickstarters than you can shake a magic item at.
As the 18th-century finishes, humanity has to shelter in small havens of safety, protected from the enchanted wilderness of strange forests.
Re-runs for two classic sets of British RPGs over at the Bundle of Holding with starter collections set at $9.95 each.
Here’s a straight forward Kickstarter proposition for you. In 2011 Arion Games re-released the Advanced Fighting Fantasy RPG and now they’re offering to take it to space with Stellar Adventures. You can follow the campaign progress online.…
Charles White is the co-founder and director of marketing at Fabled Environments. Fabled Environments is an Ennie Award nominated cartography studio with a speciality in modern floor plans and diagrams for RPGs.…
Arion Games is offering a 2013 Paper Mini Subscription on Drivethru RPG. This raises some interesting questions like what are paper minis and should you buy them on subscription? Thankfully, Graham Bottley of Arion Games has kindly agreed to help us understand what’s going on and help roleplayers get started with paper miniatures.…