Free RPGs, several hundred free ebooks, bundle deals and lots of attention on virtual tabletops. It's a week of news all captured in Routinely Itemised.
The "Player Collection" costs $19.95 and gets you the core rules and some bonus books, but if you pay more than the average/threshold as it stands when you visit the page you also get the "Gamemaster Collection" with a lot more books.
In Agents of Concordia, characters travel between worlds as special agents in the Concordia Central Intelligence and charged with the protection of the multiverse.
Official rule changes to D&D, a look at the tabletop version of Dishonored and TTRPG news from around the web.
The early reviews are split between hate and love. This is a review of the third update of the game. That, at least, acknowledges Modiphius is being responsive to those negative reviews.
In the wargame, you can play solo or together against 'AI' controlled rivals, or you can go head to head.
The first issue features Cecily Baine, a Kindred enforcer based in the Twin Cities, who has to mentor a mysterious new vampire and gets caught up in a conspiracy.
A round-up of the weekly RPG news with new games, starter sets, exclusive art reveals and Covid-19 wrecking some shows.
The Major Houses of the Landsraad, such as Harkonnen and Atreides, will be there for characters to be members of. However, players can create their own House too.
Gamers, in search of freebies, turn up at these local stores and discover games they wouldn't have otherwise have found.