Geeky, nerdy and tabletop news all summed up for your ears in about ten minutes. How? It's Audio EXP, the Geek Native highlights podcast.
It's not usual for a geeky blog to launch a fashion collection, but that's what Geek Native is doing today.
It's October, the Halloween month. It also means the nights and chill are creeping in here in Scotland. Strike that; they're flooding in on dark winds and gales.
Catching up with the Geek Native news after Tabletop Gaming Live in a week in which The Washington Post looked at racism in the RPG publishing community. It's Audio EXP, the Geek Native highlights podcast.
The rise in machine learning to help create text and images has and will continue to significantly impact publishing, creation and creativity.
WotC unleashes the lawyers, Paizo's co-founder retires, and things get Python surreal. It's Audio EXP, the Geek Native highlights podcast.
This is Audio EXP for the 3rd of September 2022, and the title of this episode is "Wizards of the Coast foul up, Fandom flees, and Tabletop Scotland booms".
Battleaxes and Brimstone were picked by Patrons, another perk, for the RPG Publisher Spotlight for this month.
Learning from computer games about avoiding edition wars and moving to subscription models, Wizards of the Coast may have ditched D&D 6 or 7 forever. But was that this week's biggest news? I don't think so.
Wizards of the Coast promise some big D&D news, so we can speculate on what it could be. We talk lust and mature RPGs, mental health stigma of yore and Stranger Things, and what Luke Gygax thinks of the RPG community.