A summary of RPGs news from the week with more TSR drama, horror RPGs, killer future robots and babies with broadswords.
Just as the DMsGuild is about letting third-party writers create 5e content that can easily be dropped into D&D worlds, so too is the Storyteller's Vault about expanding the World of Darkness with the help of new talent.
At the start of the year, it's a DriveThruRPG tradition to offer a good sale, and it's happening again this year. There's 50% off a range of titles to persuade you to try a new RPG.
The Western Kentucky Tornado Relief bundles are a coordinated response from OneBookShelf and DriveThruRPG publishers.
We're nearly at the end of the list. What's left? Those products tagged with "Miscellaneous ". It's worth noting that the tags aren't exclusive to each other; RPGs can be both family and miscellaneous if they want.
Today, with modern, we're back into murky genre territory. We have a whole Genre Police series that goes into genres for RPGs and GM tips for them, by the way.
Horror is more straightforward of an RPG genre to assign to games; if the designer says, "this is supposed to be horror, " it's horror with less debate.
This league table looks like the top 20 fantasy RPGs published this year and sold the best.
There are four new bundles on DriveThruRPG from Onyx Path Publishing which offer about 20% to 30% off popular RPG game lines. OPP hasn't confirmed, but these deals are likely to be Black Cyber weekend ones.
Let's get exploring this week's RPG news and new shoes.