In this issue of Routinely Itemised we find out that a row has ended The One Ring, Wizards of the Coast are testing psionics and why we might all soon be talking about the lich-god Vecna.
It's the 20th round-up of weekly RPG news here on Geek Native and around the web.
The Orr Group, the company behind Roll20, have just released their latest set of stats and they show that just over half of all users play D&D.
It's not an RPG, it's a heavily illustrated version of H.P. Lovecraft's Call of Cthulhu.
What did you miss this week? Freebies from Chaosium as #WeAreAllUs remembers Greg Stafford? The new Phone PDF format or perhaps a nameless goose?
Fantasy Grounds published some interesting stats for the year to date, up to the end of Q3 2019 and they reveal what games people are playing there.
This weekend, October 5th to 6th, is the fourth Roll20CON.
In this column, we quickly summarise news and discoveries from the RPG industry. If it hit the radar this week, then it has a chance of making this bullet-point collection of headlines.
There will be free scenarios released for Rune Quest, Call of Cthulhu, King Arthur, Pendragon, HeroQuest and the new family member the 7th Sea.
A look at who did well and who might have gone home feeling disappointed after the 2019 ENnie awards.