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Geek Native's highlights podcast talks Call of Cthulhu, D&D and dragon t-shirts as well as Stargates and monkeys. Typical week.
Highlights from a busy week of geeky news, with the usual focus on RPGs as we discuss collectors editions, partnerships and how to buy the game that became D&D.
Did you miss out on the Good Strong Hands in lovely hardback? Fear not, Geek Native patrons will get a free digital copy.
Wizards of the Coast have delivery problems for the Witchlight Feywild adventure, the UK has delivery problems, and conventions have so many issues. This highlights show also finds good stuff, cool new games, free to download goodies, competitions and deals.
More drama, sorry to say, from TSR Games (3), and that's the exact phrase I used to begin last week's summary. It's true again. Also, this week we've an equally unbelievable story of a game piece causing 40 years of hurt. There's a $1,000 competition worth a mention, too!
More drama, sorry to say, from TSR Games (3), but the OSR community isn't universally like that. This weighty topic, along with partnership success stories and Kickstarters of note in this week's highlights show.
The extraordinary people who contribute $1 or more to Geek Native's Patron can now vote to see who will be featured in the August RPG Publisher Spotlight.
TSR Games, the third, have taken a fight to Twitter, but what are they fighting for? A survey from Geek Native reveals that many people don't know who sold them their digital copies of D&D. What does that mean for the brand and Wizards of the Coast?
Wizards of the Coast have not been shy about telling the world about this, but the future of D&D is digital. Okay then, so surely there's a virtual tabletop coming. So is this the week that settles that discussion?