Routinely Itemised is a weekly RPG news column that gives you a quick round-up of tabletop news from Geek Native and around the web.
Is your fantasy RPG a dark one? Are the heroes or anti-villains caught up in shades of grey and the world succumbing to the darkness?
Writ of the Wild is a sourcebook for Legend of the Five Rings, exploring Rokugan's wilderness and the Dragon clan.
Last time we talked about new RPGs and how to get players to try them. But how do you even begin to work out what you want to play?
Do you think the deadly Dark Souls computer game would work as a 5e RPG on the tabletop? Steamforged will try, and they're going to do the same with RuneQuest. Paizo make a critical hire, Monte Cook Games make a free preview available and more this week.
A summary of RPGs news from the week with freebies from WotC and others, indie news, tips and reviews.
What's certain is that this table is a way to get an exciting look at games newly out this year and perhaps see names new to us.
RPG news summarised from the week that's just gone with reviews, interviews, bundle deals, competitions and crowdfunding projects.
You don't need a copy of the Genesys core rules to play Ashes of Power, as it is designed to get you interested in the RPG system in the first place.
RPG news from the week that's just been! Wizards win at court, Discworld hits DriveThruRPG, and there's a bunch of bundle deals.