Fat Dragon Games has taken inspiration for their fantasy terrain sets from Tom Tullis’ home campaign. That’s been going on for 17 years.
A summary of RPGs news from the week with more TSR drama, horror RPGs, killer future robots and babies with broadswords.
The castles and cavern parts collection has a retail value of over £230 and a top tier of under £14.
At the start of the year, it’s a DriveThruRPG tradition to offer a good sale, and it’s happening again this year. There’s 50% off a range of titles to persuade you to try a new RPG.
A newly announced D&D event, new directors at GAMA, controversy and a whole tonne of new RPGs.
Routinely Itemised is Geek Native’s weekly RPG news summary, complete with a roundup of new releases, freebies, interviews and reviews.
There’s $433 worth of designs up for grabs and the first tier, as ever, unlocks at £1.
Geek Native’s TradeCraft Bonus column is an occasional visit to sites like Etsy where we see what gamers are making for gamers. Today we’re looking at tabletop map sized terrain and furniture; we’re talking about chests to smash and barrels to hide behind. Geeky Gifts For All has over 100 reviews and maintains a review […]
March 4th is International GM’s Day (and the anniversary of Gary Gygax’s death). Every year the RPG publisher community rallies around to support GM’s Day in the form of sales. It can be a bit busy and a bit hard to keep track of. The purpose of this page is to keep tabs on the […]
Here’s a good idea. These RPG gaming tiles from Fat Dragon Games are now available on print-on-demand but they print two-sided and are coated so you can write on them with dry-erase marker and then wipe clean. The covering also means you can use clear tape to stick the tiles together to ensure your dungeon […]