You can’t get more lightweight than a one-page freebie, and that’s what we have with Entromancy: Chaos Rifts.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary, and there’s lots of big news with Avatar Legends breaking records and WizKids, backed by D&D, taking on Games Workshop.
Routinely Itemised: RPGs is an RPG news round-up, and this week we look at the Candlekeep Mysteries reviews, DCC legacy, Savage Worlds finally appearing on Roll20 and free dice in the name of Cancer Awareness.
As a thank you to Patrons, to give the blog a chance to talk about Entromancy again and because Nightpath really is kind, all Geek Native backers will be getting a digital copy.
This week D&D hired a new senior game designer, an army of monsters appeared on Humble Bundle, publishers backed New Gamemaster Month and a load more. It’s time for a Routinely Itemised collection of RPG news.
One of the lesser-known but hugely satisfying cyberpunk RPGs out there is Entromancy. It’s an agile 5e-powered game and I think especially suited to gaming groups with a bit of experience. Entromancy was born on the back of Kickstarter with raised more than $8,000 from about 350 backers. If you track as many Kickstarter projects […]
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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.
Entromancy is an agile cyberpunk fantasy. It feels more D&D than Shadowrun, despite the obvious parallels.
I like Entromancy because it’s a little bit different. Fantasy and cyberpunk without being Shadowrun? Achievement unlocked.