DriveThruRPG teases a new tap tone friendly, carousel-embracing, new site design.
The work with Wizards of the Coast also means the DMs Guild will no longer be in the awkward position of trying to guess what the Hasbro-owned multi-national might find acceptable, guided (or biased) by common cultural trends, and will have guidelines it too can refer.
You'll spend less than $20, and you'll get more than $600 in RPG goodies back.
The goal of Play It Forward was to help these indie publishers through financially tough times, and it has had at least one public and remarkable success.
By 2021, the UK government wants to make ebooks like digital tabletop RPG rulebooks 20% cheaper.
To encourage people to buy downloads or print on demand products during this time, then there will be a sitewide sale too; 20% off everything.
Now, products must have been sold for at least US$0.20 before the sale counts against progress.
There are, however, rules and limits. You cannot create your own Alien RPG material and sell it.
OneBookShelf has confirmed that some accounts have been affected and the hacker has been able to withdraw money. The retailer has contacted everyone affected.
OneBookShelf, the company that runs DriveThruRPG, the DM's Guild and other popular RPG stores has confirmed they will have to increase the cost of print-on-demand books.