Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary, and this week there's mixed news with $30,000 injected into the hobby but sadness as Brian Fitzpatrick passes away.
In the game, you can lie to reality and do so to steal from different timelines. Your return home goes wrong. You're in the right dimension but wrong time, not the 31st-century but the 21st.
Legend says ancient gods put them there, to guard against enemies among the stars. Are the cruel, stone-armored creatures that fall randomly from the sky among those enemies?
It feels like a spicy week, with plenty of news and a noticeable uptick in Kickstarter activity. Oh, and the powerhouse Marvel returning to roleplaying games.
It's been a busy week, so sit back and treat yourself to a scroll through the headlines; sales, reviews, interviews and stats from the RPG-scene.
Perhaps you were born and raised here; perhaps you have recently arrived. Either way, you now walk the streets of Ptolus, that great port city beneath the towering, mysterious Spire.
Wizards of the Coast are taking back control of D&D in some countries after settling a legal row. Luke Crane's The Burning Wheel is Roll20's quickest growing system, and the inhospitable setting round table is coming. It's an RPG news summary from Geek Native.
The Darkest House is a horror scenario designed for online play. It is possible to run as a campaign but really designed as a substantial encounter for your current game, whatever the system you're using.
Routinely Itemised: RPGs is a regular RPG news summary which, this week, looks at D&D Beyond's founder joining a new gaming start-up, virtual virtual tabletops, an utter mess over at Kickstarter and a solved mess with The Palace of the Vampire Queen.
The Darkest House, if the Kickstarter is successful, will be a download that offers up details of many rooms in a house. It's a GM's tool designed to be used during online gameplay.