Dragori Games' Kickstarter for the 5e adventure and supplement raced to and smashed through a million dollars on Kickstarter, despite a busy week and Avatar Legends, the most successful RPG Kickstarter of all time, still being live.
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The animation retells Ed Greenwood's first novel, Making of a Mage in which as a rogue Elminster works with a gang of thieves.
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There are 11 new and Adventure League approved character backgrounds which will make the book enticing for collectors of official D&D rules.
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Dungeons & Dragons 5e is barely out; you can download D&D Basic or buy the Starter Set. You would think that without the licensing rules for the game that third party publishers can’t yet write products either.…
The Fall of Man is a Kickstarter from Samurai Sheepdog. It promises an RPG of post apocalyptic horror and survival. [Back this Kickstarter] This is an ambitious project that asks for $22,000.…
Wizards of the Coast have a big new event to engage gamers. The popular Forgotten Realms setting is getting a bit of a relaunch and it is happening via The Sundering.