Ptolus: City by the Spire was a massive 672-page, premium and expensive book from D&D 3.0 designer Monte Cook.
The top ten best-selling generic or multi-genre RPGs published in 2019.
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.
The galaxy-spanning space opera adds creatures, new rules, character options as well as gear and tools suitable for a science-fiction campaign to your Cypher library.
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.
We've made it to Friday again and earned a chance to lean back, take a deep breath and scroll through seven days of RPG industry news.
At the heart of the system is the promise that GMs get to spend more time inventing exciting stories and characters and less time playing with numbers.
The game uses Monte Cooke's Cypher System, which you'll need to play. That's the same mechanics as can be found in Invisible Sun, Numenera as well as popular supplements like Sean K. Renolds' Priests of the Aeons.
At Gen Con 50 Monte Cook Games announced Numenera 2. According to a tweet from Total Party Thrill’s Shane there are two books. The first is Numenera 2 Discovery which is designed to replace the original Numenera core book but not the whole line.…
Sitting down to read – and then review – the Cypher System Rulebook from Monte Cook Games, it had me thinking: what are gamers expecting from this core generic package that they haven’t got in their hands already?…