The nonprofit Benzie Food Partners benefits from each purchase of this Stars Without Number / Worlds Without Number RPG bundle.
The tabletop RPG Cities Without Number is designed to bring the chrome and misery of a dystopian future to gaming groups with sandbox adventure in mind.
Money from this bundle goes to Benzie Food Partners, a charity picked by Kevin Crawford. Benzie is a food bank in Kevin’s home country in Honor, Michigan, USA.
Now Cities Without Number brings the talent to Kickstarter and has smashed through one-quarter of a million despite a free game being on the cards.
Routinely Itemised is a RPG news wrap-up from Geek Native and plenty of other tabletop hobby blogs.
A cluster of RPG news furnished at bullet point speed on a week of debate-sparking 5e RPG, a new boss for Roll20, the evil Red Wizards and a Daredevil star in a new show.
Tweaked from the 2017 deal, Sine Nomine Publishing’s Stars Without Number collection is back on the Bundle of Holding until Monday, January 17th.
This league table looks like the top 20 fantasy RPGs published this year and sold the best.
Worlds Without Number and its fantasy tools are built to be fully compatible with the sci-fi gaming of Stars Without Number and other OSR games, using classic old-school mechanics such as the traditional six attribute scores, hit points, AC, classes, and levels, along with certain modifications and refinements meant to accommodate more modern tastes.
Ages of men and of Outsiders have ascended and been forgotten, and only the bones of their cities and the dust of their dreams remain upon this tired world.