Lovecraft meets the X-Files, or, as the game itself encourages us to imagine the Unworld as 50% The Force and 50% The Upside Down from Stranger Things.
Graham James suggests the game suits two to three players and the Keeper. I think it's much better with two players. These two characters are ideally newlywed and taking a honeymoon to 1920s Scotland.
The D&D adventure suits four to six characters and recognises that groups playing through the series will have levelled up again. From Cyan Depths is for 10th level heroes.
Take a child on a Dungeons and Dragons adventure as they take on the role of "The Little Astralnaut."
ICON is inspired by the vast open unknown of wildernesses sometimes encountered in anime, video games and mythic fantasy.
The players' guide helps by offering a history to the thousands of years old Magaambya, an academy founded by Old-Mage Jatembe, the greatest the world has ever seen.
The fourth free adventure from Wizards of the Coast's Magic: The Gathering and Forgotten Realms crossover event is out.
The author Daniel Anderson of the Bugbear Brothers says it's a good module to open almost any campaign as in these three rooms are a variety of monsters, traps and puzzles.
A Verdant Tomb is the third free download from Wizards of the Coast to support the Magic: The Gathering x Dungeons & Dragons crossover.
Confirming the name of the official Avatar RPG as Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game, Magpie Games have released a free quickstart.