Routinely Itemised is Geek Native's bullet-point summary of RPG news. Catch-up on stories on the site, from around the web as well as new releases and gaming tips.
Intended to help with storytelling and creative problem solving, Beasts & Behemoths is written by Jim Zub (who has a D&D Skullkickers Kickstarter live), Stacy King and Andrew Wheeler.
It's a busy week of RPG news, and a quick scan will stop you missing out on the free D&D downloads from Wizards of the Coast and others, or any of the new releases and headlines.
The Skullkickers 10th-anniversary book, if successful, with be a hardcover. The story will be at least 30 pages and the D&D scenario at least 60.
Humble Bundle has an extensive collection of IDW comics on offer for the next two weeks.
Wizards of the Coast and partners at IDW Publishing and Dark Horse Comics announced two comic books.
RPG news summary with another D&D leak, free downloads and Matthew Mercer's 2020 update to the Blood Hunter 5e class.
Critical YAS! It's coming up to the weekend, and this means here on Geek Native I spend some time summing up recent RPG news for you.
Jim Zub, the co-author of Rick and Morty vs Dungeons & Dragons, and illustrator Max Dunbar have a new comic book series. Dungeons & Dragons: Infernal Tides was announced today at DND Live 2019.
At the time of writing there’s still 5 days to jump on Cool Mini or Not’s Kickstarter for a mini-based pirate board game called Rum & Bones. There’s over $400,000 in the pot and they’ve just added Jim Zub’s Skullkicker’s characters.…