A newly announced D&D event, new directors at GAMA, controversy and a whole tonne of new RPGs.
A thing of dark desire; the limited edition Keeper Rulebook to celebrate 40 years of Call of Cthulhu is a leatherette tome with jacket.
The Malleus Monstrorum is an impressively large collection of mythos lore from Call of Cthulhu's Chaosium. Impressive means mind and wallet warping, but podcast How Ain't Slayed Nobody found it indispensable.
As it's Friday, it means RPG news in summary form. Routinely Itemised doesn't just summarise Geek Native's own content.
The publisher has released a set of new character sheets, available in aged colour and black and white, which have auto-calculate functionality.
Chaosium has announced they've acquired Cthulhu Britannica and World War Cthulhu from Cubicle 7.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary, and there's lots of big news with Avatar Legends breaking records and WizKids, backed by D&D, taking on Games Workshop.
Graham James suggests the game suits two to three players and the Keeper. I think it's much better with two players. These two characters are ideally newlywed and taking a honeymoon to 1920s Scotland.
A non-fungible thing can't be copied, so NFTs act as digital certificates that prove you have the original copy of a digital asset. That's what collectors and investors need.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary, and this week there's the latest from D&D, Cyberpunk Red, 13th Age, Call of Cthulhu, Critical Role and even of Chainmail, the game that became D&D.