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We’re nearly at the end of the list. What’s left? Those products tagged with “Miscellaneous “. It’s worth noting that the tags aren’t exclusive to each other; RPGs can be both family and miscellaneous if they want.
RPG news at bullet point speed for fast-find new releases, interviews, reviews and bundle deals. An at-a-glance catch-up of the recent RPG headlines.
A non-D&D game looks like it’ll have some sort of presence at Dungeon Con Online as Graycastle Press has released Journey – Dungeon Con 2021 bundle.
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In this week’s RPG news round-up, we have pre-orders on a giant dragon “mini”, the Fallout 2d20 RPG, a Scion RPG TV series and Free League Publishing converting Symbaroum to D&D’s 5e.
In Journey, you are a traveller exploring worlds of your own creation. The game’s designer, Luke Miller, suggests it’s a good tool for writers, designers, game masters and the uncommonly curious.
$20 in backing gets you a copy of the Orcish Beefcake calendar. It’s no joke. It’s a Kickstarter and you can follow the progress here. Zombie Orpheus are asking for $15,000 and, at the time of writing, have made $8,700 from nearly 200 backers. [Back this Campaign] There is one special effects guru in the […]