The first virtual UK Games Expo Awards have come to a close with best RPGs, card, board and party games announced.
It's the start of the month, and the post-Gen Con Online write up... so it feels like it's been a busy week.
In the RPG, players will take on the roles of eccentric heroes who do demonstrate a profound mastery of martial arts and act as heroes, but who solve mysteries and avenge misdeeds as well.
New product releases, all the Kickstarter news and a host of TTRPG news.
We have Virtually Expo this year rather than the twice COVID-19 struck UK Games Expo but that does not mean the UKGE Awards aren't going ahead.
Official rule changes to D&D, a look at the tabletop version of Dishonored and TTRPG news from around the web.
The game will use a single D6 for its mechanic. The rules engine is Hicks' One Dice Determines Success system, but it's expected Those Dark Places won't reference it as such.
Osprey, the publisher, has released a coupon code that will mean you can download the rules for free.
A busy RPG news summary this week as publishers battle racists, Kickstarter encourages dozens of RPG zine campaigns and the superhero BAMFSIES winners are announced.
The game also includes giants, sorcerers and other mythological creatures - none of which seemed to upset the racists as being "historically inaccurate".