Drama again this week with attack lawyers dispatched against Wizards of the Coast, hassles over Kickstarters at Dragonmeet and confusion and concern over the direction Kickstarter itself might be taking.
The previews and interviews for D&D’s The Wild Beyond the Witchlight have started to appear and hint at a slight u-turn by WotC. This and other RPG news in the latest Routinely Itemised
Publishers of Chivalry & Sorcery, Brittannia Games, have launched a new tabletop miniature range.
In the latest routinely itemised RPG news round-up, we have the release of the Dune 2d20 RPG, Goodman Games buying Dark Tower and an impressive video platform for your tabletop gaming group.
Chivalry and Sorcery favours realism, historically, and while C&S 5e has been streamlined, it is still true to that original desire. The game also leans into medieval life, with priests, feudal system rules, courts and tournaments rather than dungeon crawling.
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RPG news from the weird week between Christmas and New Year.
A weekly roundup of RPG news in a handy set of bulletpoint lists.
The Chivalry & Sorcery 5 Quickstart is free and only available until 30th July 2019. The 43-paged download is in support of the Kickstarter to bring this first generation era classic RPG back.
Brittannia Game Designs, who publish licensed Chivary and Sorcery products, have signed with Angus Abranson’s Chronicle City. Under the deal, Chronicle City will manage the print and distribution for Brittannia Game Designs. The first product from the deal to reach game stores is expected to be Chivalry & Sorcery Essence, which a taster to the […]