The Kickstarter is straightforward, funded not just because of the Gygax name but because of a very humble campaign goal and, I imagine, the popularity of D&D 5e adventures.
The new 5e tabletop gaming magazine weighs in at 92 pages, includes help for busy DMs, items and thoughts on which classes fit which players. Luke Gygax, the boss of Gary Con, is featured.
RPG news at bullet-point speed as we look at where D&D might be going next, free Call of Cthulhu for year 40 and a host of promising new games.
Luke Gygax and Gary Con, the tabletop RPG convention named after D&D co-creator Gary Gygax, has issued a statement addressing a lawsuit.
The latest shipping delays at Wizards of the Coast even as we learn more about Fizban's Treasury of Dragons and the return of gem dragons to the game, a fantastic charity bundle deal, Fragged Empire and Osprey's Sigil & Shadow.
At the time of writing, the usual price of $14.95 has been reduced to $4.00 for the 36-page download. The Eye of Chentoufi is part of Luke Gygax's World of Okkorim.
TSR Games (the 3rd) has accused Luke Gygax of making stuff up, noting that he was never part of TSR.
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.
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.
Steamforged Games’ Bardsung is, well, singing. The Kickstarter took just over an hour to hit it’s £76,000 goal and now, with two weeks left, there’s more than £250,000 pledged. Luke Gygax, of the D&D Gygax-line, has become the most recent guest writer announced for the project and joins names like Ian Livingstone, Rhianna Pratchett and Sara Thompson on the team.…