With trans rights under attack across the world, healthcare, housing and employment is also becoming harder to access.
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.
Defenders of the New Century is a good RPG in development that blends monstrosities and superhero-level powers into a setting the size of Ireland, with eight nations and magic.
Ex Novo is a settlement building game from Sharkbomb.
Set in Prohibition-era New York City, Harlem Unbound tells stories of African-Americans escaping the oppressive South for a better life. Except, this better life is full of shadows, and dangers that creep through alleys and lurk in the space between doorways.
The idea of Hobbits deciding to raid a dungeon and face death just to collect some gold coins is pretty farfetched.
You can use Wildshape to sculpt a landscape, drag features such as buildings, rivers or bridges onto it and create a detailed 3d-like experience. The software has a dice roller, models, tokens and even a small army of animated monsters.
A small but perfectly formed bundle with hit RPG titles like Thousand Year Old Vampire and Sleepaway.
The Beam Saber Supply Drop License spells out what is allowed, and what is not, for third parties creating content for the setting.
A tabletop RPG about Vikings encountering alien technology and using it to die gloriously.