2022 also saw OneBookShelf and Roll20 coming together to work as one. The result? We can also see the top 10 at Roll20. Actually, I’ve data for the top 12. So let’s do that!
There’s money flowing in all sorts of directions in this week’s RPG news and shop fronts stepping away from NFTs. All the acronyms, huh? Oh, and Dark Souls news.
Do you think the deadly Dark Souls computer game would work as a 5e RPG on the tabletop? Steamforged will try, and they’re going to do the same with RuneQuest. Paizo make a critical hire, Monte Cook Games make a free preview available and more this week.
A summary of RPGs news from the week as Wizards of the Coast make an important D&D hire, Green Ronin plot Cthulhu content done right, and one of the most significant savings you’re likely to see on DTRPG goes live.
A summary of RPGs news from the week with more TSR drama, horror RPGs, killer future robots and babies with broadswords.
We now have the complete list of playable monster races that will be part of the official D&D book Monsters of the Multiverse.
We’re getting 50th-anniversary games, and that’s new paper to buy, but we’re not yet sure whether we will get more D&D 5.0, 5.5 or even 6.0.
The Head of Dungeons & Dragons, Ray Winninger, has been on Twitter attempting to reduce confusion around the complex timeline with potentially moving parts.
Geek Native has used the AI Image Enlarger to further enhance the picture, making the block a bit larger with only a slight loss of clarity.
At Wizard of the Coast’s D&D Celebration tonight, during The Future of D&D, a panel issues with Ray Winninger, Liz Schuh, Chris Perkins, and Jeremy Crawford has confirmed new D&D books.