Lots of interesting new tabletop roleplaying games to look at, free downloads, playtests and Cyberpunk Red is getting even closer.
The first step in the origin creation process is deciding on a heritage.
A glance at some noteworthy RPG releases this week along with yet another busy RPG news section. Kickstarter seems to get more alive with each passing day, recovering strongly from the lockdown slump.
Another busy RPG news week, but don't worry as Routinely Itemised as everything divided into quick to read bullet-point summary lists.
The RPG is set against the backdrop of the toxic war between the two factions of Nu-Earth and adds new species like Genetic Infantryman and Srigoi to the World of 2000 AD ruleset.
It's the start of the month, and the post-Gen Con Online write up... so it feels like it's been a busy week.
Judge Dredd & The Worlds of 2000 AD use EN Publishing's WOIN system (What's Old is New), and Strontium Dog was written by Darren Pearce, Marc Langworth and John White.
Mythological Figures & Maleficent Monsters brings the likes of King Arthur, Dracula, Thor, Achilles, Robin Hood and Baba Yaga to Dungeons & Dragons.
EN Publishing's Russ Morrissey and Doctor Who's Darren Pearce have a W.O.I.N. adventure on Kickstarter in which the PCs have to end the Spartan siege of the USF Copernicus.
RPG news summary on the week the internet debated whether Love Magic was creepy or not, a heavy metal band released a D&D adventure, and there was one last chance to buy Adventures in Middle-earth.