UK Games Expo’s free to attend internet convention “Virtually Expo” is on right now, and it has been another busy RPG news week.
The D&D vampire adventure that sparked a debate about inconsistent standards in fantasy art goes back on sale.
One week of RPG news: A battle in the Gygax family of D&D’s legacy, too sexy vampires and a game designer disowning their award-winning edgelord adventure.
The work with Wizards of the Coast also means the DMs Guild will no longer be in the awkward position of trying to guess what the Hasbro-owned multi-national might find acceptable, guided (or biased) by common cultural trends, and will have guidelines it too can refer.
Last night, ENnie-nominated game designer Oliver Clegg tweeted that his adventure Curse of Hearts had been removed from the DM’s Guild.