Nicely, Done is a mission in Mire End in which characters investigate reports of child slavery and is intended to introduce the setting
One week of RPG news: A battle in the Gygax family of D&D's legacy, too sexy vampires and a game designer disowning their award-winning edgelord adventure.
Handiwork Games have today released their duet play 5e setting. In other words, it's a 5e-based RPG especially designed for those times when only two people are playing; one of whom is the GM and the other the player.
What makes Beowulf a little different from other D&D 5e settings and rules adaptations is that it's designed for duet play. In other words; one GM and one player. Handiwork has tweaked the mechanics to suit.
You can also select tile designs from the first Kickstarter, and that'll make selecting your tiles quite a challenge.
James Spahn's Barrel Rider Games have teamed up with Tiny Dungeon's Gallant Knight Games to do a second edition of The Hero's Journey.
A|State is a gothic horror of a sci-fi. The game is set in The City, and you cannot leave. It's a game that came with "For Mature Readers" warning on it.
Jon Hodgson is a professional artist and his cartography Patreon has an impressive 215+ supporters.
Onyx Path is working with Handiwork Games to bring the best of those Scarred Lands beasts into a new Creature Collection.
Now Onyx Path is pushing on with the project and has appointed the newly launched Handiwork Games to manage the project. There's a Kickstarter coming.