Welcome home. This is Audio EXP for the 11th of July 2020, and the title of this episode is ‘Hide or fight?’. [The following is a transcript of Audio EXP: #52] [Also on Stitcher | Spotify | Apple | Google] The heated debates in the RPG community continue, and I find myself asking; “Hide or fight?”…
This week the RPG community had to ask itself whether we have one standard when it comes to art for the male gaze and a different one for women or gay men. The Gygax family battles continue, WotC is accused of making money off racially uncomfortable tropes, and a streamer has been kicked out of the Magic Creator program for selling sexy selfies.
The geek community is wrestling with a wave of serious allegations, but there is good news too. We have new releases, games that let you play as fallen angels, a whole hard drive of cyberpunk news and original content for the Kingkiller Chronicles.
D&D is getting a horror adventure set in the frozen North, Geek Native talks to horror master Sandy Petersen and the gaming community suggests better rules for character races.
We talk about the D&D leak, the cancellation of Origins Online and other tabletop gaming community support of Black Lives Matter.
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The Gygax's might be considered D&Ds royal family and court papers show they might be headed for a legal fight. The news on Geek Native this week, though, is full of entertainment stories and freebies full of RPG encounters.
We take a look at the latest D&D news from Wizards of the Coast to find out what's upset Twitter and whether rumours of a new setting might be right.
A host of new games announces, but some big titles hit by delays. There are now so many online conventions, often free to join, that Geek Native has set up a convention calendar.
Games worth $13m, games that are booming during the lockdown and new games that you might be able to play soon! Audio EXP podcasts some of the highlights from a week worth of Geek Native news.