The publisher also said they’ll custom build a new virutal tabletop. That could be even more disruptive and interesting to the RPG market than a popular new core rule set.
On a Twitch stream yesterday, popular game designer and personality Matt Colville said he can’t imagine anyone signing the leaked OGL 1.1 from Wizards of the Coast.
The Starter Kit is an evolution of the original ZWEIHÄNDER game, providing both new and veteran gamers with all the tools needed to play their first fantasy horror role-playing game. It’s beginner-friendly, and backward compatible with the current ZWEIHÄNDER game line.
RPG news is routinely itemised in this weekly bullet point collection, complete with illustrations, graphs and a hidden adventure game.
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When Matt Colville announced that MCDM would start a magazine, he was very clear about the commercial requirements. Arcadia would need to be a success, and the first few issues would be a test.
Matt Colville’s 5e D&D-does-battles supplement is 320-pages long, but I’m pleased to say you don’t need to learn a 320-page wargame to get the most out of it. Not even close.
Matt Colville’s company, MCDM, has launched a new D&D magazine. It’s called Arcadia and its a test.
A summary of 2020 RPG stats, a round-up of the news, lots of reviews and product releases all together in a single Routinely Itemised bundle.
Jeff Steven’s book of short adventures for D&D’s 5th setting is compatible with the basic rules and creatures but also Kobold Press’ Tome of Beasts and Creature Codex.