There's a free Carnival Row RPG setting and we think we've found a way to get a free set of rules for it too. In this podcast we talk about the forthcoming free scenarios from Chaosium, the fantasy Viking setting of Svilland that uses D&D 5e rules and why Evil Hat, the makers of Fate, have hit pause on Kickstarter.
Legal fights over Barbarians, a hugely popular author surprises us with an RPG that no one was expecting and an opinion poll on the right way to pronounce Tiefling (teef-ling, tie-fling or tea-fling). Audio EXP is the podcast highlights of a week of Geek Native news.
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There's $3,000,000 worth of highlights in this week's Audio EXP. We talk about the most funded comic books on Kickstarter, about Shadowrun 6, Kings of War and a rare original box set of D&D appearing on eBay.
In this week's podcast we talk about pirated RPGs, the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch, new Marvel heroes coming to Disney+ and Amazon leaking Wizards of the Coast's secret Eberron project.
On Audio EXP this week we chat about Loot Crate crumbling while owing $20m to customers, the new D&D playtest and DC asking for certain comic books to be destroyed.
In "The Map is On Fire" we talk about the format of the podcast and how it compares to your own character sheet. We discuss the future of Pathfinder, Wil Wheaton's legal fight with Legendary over unpaid Geek & Sundry wages and the Matt Mercer effect.
Sit back and listen to a ten minute selection of stories from Geek Native this week.
Interest in D&D is falling according to the virtual tabletop platform Roll20. In this week's Audio EXP we chat about SDCC, cosplay and Eberron's creator finding away around Wizards of the Coast to bring more content to fans.
This Audio EXP is a brief podcast summary of what happened on Geek Native this week.