Routinely Itemised: RPGs is a regular RPG news summary which, this week, looks at D&D Beyond's founder joining a new gaming start-up, virtual virtual tabletops, an utter mess over at Kickstarter and a solved mess with The Palace of the Vampire Queen.
If one way to judge whether a Kickstarted game has been a success is to look at the popularity of the next campaign, the crowdfunder for the first supplement, Lex Arcana is doing well.
Beowulf is designed for one GM and one player. Duet play. The game comes from a successful Kickstarter and already has free to download supporting materials.
On schedule, Free League Publishing launched the Kickstarter for the new look and second edition of The One Ring RPG.
The new edition, also created by Francesco Nepitello, offers streamlined rules and promises to "bring players further into the Twilight of the Third Age".
Ares' move into wider distribution comes among significant changes to the American landscape.
Francesco Nepitello will be making changes to the rules. The game will not use the Year Zero engine.
Free League Publishing, the company behind Tales from the Loop, Mutant: Year Zero, Forbidden Lands and Alien will be publishing a new edition of The One RIng.
The One Ring 2e is on the way, and currently published material will be compatible with it with only minor modifications.
The One Ring is many people’s favourite Lord of the Rings roleplaying games. We even had a guest review that was laden with praise. Now you can get the core manual, maps, campaigns and supplements worth $270 for peanuts.…