We tend to think of exploration as “seeing something new”. We imagine floating crystal highways, a dragon made of cheese, or a huge galactic bug predator; something we haven’t seen before and could scarcely imagine.
A busy week of RPG news summarised and segmented into bullet-point lists. TSR Games are gone, conventions are here, but without masks.
Neverland has several factions vying for control and player characters could be drawn from some of these factions. Coming from one of these factions or joining one could open up extra options for PCs.
Basic World Building uses the tools from 1981’s Basic Dungeons & Dragons and Expert D&D and re-imagined in Old-School Essentials to build a starting campaign setting.
Family, rightly or wrongly, tends to be a shorthand for “appropriate for kids but interesting to adults too”.
Lots of interesting new tabletop roleplaying games to look at, free downloads, playtests and Cyberpunk Red is getting even closer.
Take a journey into the world of Peter Pan and its mysterious inhabitants in Neverland: A Fantasy RPG Setting.
Zenescope already have a Wonderland range but that doesn’t stop Neverland kicking off the Grimm fairy Tales graphic novel series. Zenescope is one of those graphic novel companies that sells many of their products based on the strength and appeal of their cover art; in fact there’s a limited edition “b” edition. Why is Neverland […]