The two are from the world’s leading digital tabletop RPG companies, and the coming together of the two is unprecedented in the hobby space. More than 40 digitally talented employees will now work on user experience, code and product.
This week, OneBookShelf the company that operates RPG sites like DMsGuild, DriveThruRPG, Storytellers Vault and others like DriveThruFiction and DriveThruComics updated their Publisher Conduct Guidelines.
DMsGuild is the site run by OneBookShelf and or for Wizards of the Coast for community content D&D titles. Today, Roll20, a virtual tabletop with permission from Wizards to sell D&D modules, announced an alliance with the DMsGuild.
RPG news is routinely itemised in this weekly bullet point collection, complete with illustrations, graphs and a hidden adventure game.
The Western Kentucky Tornado Relief bundles are a coordinated response from OneBookShelf and DriveThruRPG publishers.
Publishers don’t need to use bundles to raise money for charities at the DMs Guild and other OBS sites. Money from standalone titles can also be sent to good causes.
Today, OneBookShop, the company that runs DriveThruRPG, PathfinderInfinite and the DMsGuild, added three new charities to the list of charities that these bundles can support.
Astral Tabletop has emailed members to say that development is on hold.
At Gen Con today, the publisher has announced Pathfinder Infinite and Starfinder infinite as programs and sites to support the program.
The latest shipping delays at Wizards of the Coast even as we learn more about Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons and the return of gem dragons to the game, a fantastic charity bundle deal, Fragged Empire and Osprey’s Sigil & Shadow.