In the latest routinely itemised RPG news round-up, we have the release of the Dune 2d20 RPG, Goodman Games buying Dark Tower and an impressive video platform for your tabletop gaming group.
Vault of Magic for 5e asked for $50,000 to fund, which for very many publishers would be a challenging target for a D&D supplement. At the time of writing, Kobold Press still has 22 days on the project, and over 4,150 backers have pledged $240,000.
Shard won't suit all gamers. Right now, at least, the virtual tabletop is focused on 5e support.
It is not yet known which projects Hamon will join, but there's every chance she'll be working for Chris Perkins who is the Story Design and Development Manager for D&D.
Kobold's distinctly non-Western fantasy setting has now attracted over 1,000 backers and smashed through the $100,000 mark.
In RPG news; it's Friday the 13th, and there are quite a few big books about to be released; Tasha's Cauldron of Everything and Cyberpunk Red to name two.
RPG news all summarised into handy bullet-point lists. That's the name of the game in this Friday's Routinely Itemised.
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Roll20Con 2020 wraps at the end of the weekend and there's already been a ton of announcements.
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