The retail value here is $88, and it includes the Nordic horror Vaesen, the sci-fi Coriolis, the post-apocalyptic Mutant Year Zero and hexcrawl Forbidden Lands.
Year Zero World Building creates campaign settings using Free League’s RPGs. This month looks at The Bloodmarch, a realm in the world of the Forbidden Lands.
It’s Geek Native’s news round-up with news about the end of the company calling itself TSR, dragon queens and D&D and some very big bundle deals.
The offer runs until about the 19th, starts with a Forbidden Lands card deck and scales up to a 10-item £14.55 tier. At that top end, there are over £130 worth of downloads.
The Free League Nexus will support Year Zero Engine tabletop RPGs such as the official Alien RPG, Vaesen, Forbidden Lands, Mutant: Year Zero and Coriolis.
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 is an RPG news summary, and this week there’s mixed news with $30,000 injected into the hobby but sadness as Brian Fitzpatrick passes away.
Free League Publishing has partnered with the virtual tabletop Foundry.
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In the Forbidden Lands, characters are not heroes; they are rogues. The open-world game is about discovering ancient ruins as you explore the map, fighting monsters and trying to live long enough to build a stronghold.