The license is a system-agnostic, perpetual, and irrevocable open gaming license that provides a legal “safe harbor” for sharing rules mechanics so as to encourage collaboration and innovation in the tabletop-gaming space.
One-time RPG designer Zak S sued Gen Con and its co-owner after he was banned from the convention. Zak isn’t suing because he was banned but because Gen Con explained why he was banned. He also sued his ex-wife for defamation. It looked as if the Court had dismissed the case, with a snort. However, […]
The $15 per hour offer also applies to Discord-run games as Gen Con is a hybrid event. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sun are all valid.
A summary of RPGs news from the week as Wizards of the Coast make an important D&D hire, Green Ronin plot Cthulhu content done right, and one of the most significant savings you’re likely to see on DTRPG goes live.
As it’s Friday, it means RPG news in summary form. Routinely Itemised doesn’t just summarise Geek Native’s own content.
RPG news in a handy bullet points summary gives you an advantage in your hobby perception and wisdom rolls.
A busy week of RPG news summarised and segmented into bullet-point lists. TSR Games are gone, conventions are here, but without masks.
This morning, in a Tweet, TSR Games (3) announces that the “individual that was handling this account is no longer with TSR”.
It’s been a busy week, so sit back and treat yourself to a scroll through the headlines; sales, reviews, interviews and stats from the RPG-scene.
A screengrab of the court session minutes being shared on social media appears to show the Judge dismissing the case.