In the RPG news this week we've a review roundup of Tasha's Cauldron of Everything, a legal fight between Wizards of the Coast and a partner, Kickstarter projects to look at a website from Google that makes monsters.
The company has plans for Traveller in 2021, including Traveller Video Games, 2300AD, Sea of Thieves and Paranoia.
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We'll find out about that infamous split with Mongoose and what the newly emerged Independence Games has been up to.
The box set has four books inside; 32-paged Deepnight Legacy adventure that acts an introduction, the 64-paged Terminus Point adventure for the finale, the 104-paged Campaign Guide for the middle and the 96-paged Referee's Handbook.
Mongoose essentially put together an unboxing video as a way to let customers see what the £60 box contains.
At the time of writing, there are 5 days left to pick up either the Starter Collection for $19.95 or get the Bonus Collection too.
Sea of Thieves uses the new Avast system and promises quick and straightforward mechanics.
There will be new material in The Journal of the Traveller's Aid Society, but Mongoose is also looking back through the archives to repurpose and revive old favourites and will hunt through popular fan publications to find the best of the best.
In the last week of August, EN Publishing announced they’d won the rights from Rebellion to do a Judge Dredd and The Worlds of 2000 AD RPG. We were told there is a Kickstarter coming in September, that other 2000AD titles like Slaine and Rogue Trooper would follow and that the RPG would use the WOIN game engine.…