The publisher also said they’ll custom build a new virutal tabletop. That could be even more disruptive and interesting to the RPG market than a popular new core rule set.
On a Twitch stream yesterday, popular game designer and personality Matt Colville said he can’t imagine anyone signing the leaked OGL 1.1 from Wizards of the Coast.
Monsters could be more interesting in 5e, with minions to wipe away or big bads that will not get swamped by PCs.
The US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board has rejected an appeal from Matt Coville’s MCDM and will not let the publisher register “Strongholds & Followers”.
There’s a compelling reason to rush over to Matt Colville and MCDM’s Patreon program and join right now. Prices are about to go up.
When Matt Colville announced that MCDM would start a magazine, he was very clear about the commercial requirements. Arcadia would need to be a success, and the first few issues would be a test.
I think ‘The Wangrod Defence’ is the perfect example of what happens when we refuse to view the meta.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary, and this week there’s the latest from D&D, Cyberpunk Red, 13th Age, Call of Cthulhu, Critical Role and even of Chainmail, the game that became D&D.
Matt Colville’s 5e D&D-does-battles supplement is 320-pages long, but I’m pleased to say you don’t need to learn a 320-page wargame to get the most out of it. Not even close.
Matt Colville’s company, MCDM, has launched a new D&D magazine. It’s called Arcadia and its a test.