Routinely Itemised is RPG news summary round-up complete with reviews, tips and a flood of Zine Quest Kickstarter projects.
You are a hideous creature, a fantasy reject, who has snuck into a beautiful fairytale world through a greasy interdimensional portal.
Routinely Itemised takes a look back at the RPG news with the Origins Award restructuring after an RPG boom, D&D Beyond's top 10 sellers and plenty of new game announcements.
Stone the Crows is done in the style of a Guy Ritchie film and characters have a Corvid Type and a Skill.
Fainting Goat Games have a one-shot campaign that uses (slightly modified) Havoc Brigade rules on Kickstarter called Pew Pew. It's about bounty hunters in space.
In the game you play as a dark elf, part of the resistance in a city a mile high, trying to overthrow the cruel high elf overlords.
In the RPG news this week we've a review roundup of Tasha's Cauldron of Everything, a legal fight between Wizards of the Coast and a partner, Kickstarter projects to look at a website from Google that makes monsters.
Grant Howitt is a well-known game developer with a real knack for making one-page RPGs. Kaiji Girls is one such game.
A small but perfectly formed bundle with hit RPG titles like Thousand Year Old Vampire and Sleepaway.
Adventure is the series, and Tartarus Gate is a sci-horror, the first game in the set, which has been designed by Grant Howitt and Chris Taylor.