DriveThruRPG has kindly pulled some data from their vast marketplace of RPG goodness, and we can now see which RPG titles have come out top.
Routinely Itemised takes a look back at the RPG news with the Origins Award restructuring after an RPG boom, D&D Beyond's top 10 sellers and plenty of new game announcements.
It's the start of the month, and the post-Gen Con Online write up... so it feels like it's been a busy week.
Fields of Victory introduces the weaponsmith Badger Clan, ten new schools and both titles and techniques suitable for current characters.
Tabletop RPG news for a week squished into a series of easy scan bullet-point lists. Dungeons & Dragons fights, Starfinder dice and more Kickstarters than you can shake a magic item at.
An unusual adventure, The Highwayman is not designed for a party of samurai working for the Great Clans.
A Spanish publisher called Edge Entertainment, also owned by Asmodee, will take the games.
The fate of the Star Wars, Legend of the Five Rings, Genesys and other Fantasy Flight Games roleplaying games looks bleak tonight.
"…all three product lines are still ongoing." says a spokesperson referring to FFG's nine lines.
These are the ten best selling fantasy RPGs of the year on DriveThruRPG's impressive marketplace of games.