Now and then, as a thank you, Geek Native can give away gifts to site and podcast patrons. You can see past gifts here. There have been a few in 2022, and now there are a few more!
Corruption comes in many forms. Regardless of differences, all of them are linked to the central premise that something once pure or good becomes infected, and slowly changes into something less than what it was, a damaged version of itself, often twisted into its very antithesis.
I don’t have the context; I just noticed the bundles going live and presume that we’ve the tabletop RPG community of publishers and creators rallying to raise money for war-torn Ukraine.
Routinely Itemised is a weekly column of RPG news from Geek Native and RPG sites around the web.
RPG news from the week that’s just been! Wizards win at court, Discworld hits DriveThruRPG, and there’s a bunch of bundle deals.
Geek Native held a round table discussion on Inhospitable Settings in which several RPG designers talked about the attraction of settings that are a bit different, the importance of not straying too far from science and world-building techniques.
Have you thought about setting an RPG in an inhospitable such as a frozen world, dark planet or even in the ocean?
“This is not how the world ends” is the prophecy that brings some hope to the snowy realm of Nyth.
Geek Native’s weekly RPG news round-up with freebies, competitions, headlines, reviews and new releases all packed into some bullet points.
It was a midsummer day when winter ambushed the world. Lakes turned to ice, and even the sun grew more distant. Crops failed, and wars over resources erupted. Temples were overrun by the hungry, but the gods were silent.