Last time we talked about new RPGs and how to get players to try them. But how do you even begin to work out what you want to play?
Tabletop RPG publishers and board game companies have founded a charity to raise money and support efforts to tackle real-world evil.
I don't have the context; I just noticed the bundles going live and presume that we've the tabletop RPG community of publishers and creators rallying to raise money for war-torn Ukraine.
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Masks is a creatively adapted Powered by the Apocalypse tabletop RPG, and Masks: A New Generation is all about young heroes. Think Young Justice. Think Teen Titans.
For years now, EN World has coordinated a survey of its large membership on which tabletop RPGs are the most anticipated for the coming year.
The Western Kentucky Tornado Relief bundles are a coordinated response from OneBookShelf and DriveThruRPG publishers.
A look at which games published this year have sold the best and other RPG news!
Getting the mood of the game right is critical. The art looks a bit cute, and while the Woodland is often in sombre autumnal colours, the animal-people are often highlights of colour.
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