It's the end of the week, the month and the year. It is, therefore, time for one last look back at the RPG news from 2021 with Geek Native's Routinely Itemised: RPGs.
A summary of RPGs news from the week with freebies from WotC and others, indie news, tips and reviews.
In response to an open letter, Erik Mona has said the company plans to remove slavery from Pathfinder.
Drama again this week with attack lawyers dispatched against Wizards of the Coast, hassles over Kickstarters at Dragonmeet and confusion and concern over the direction Kickstarter itself might be taking.
There are two Pathfinder RPGs bundles, with a bonus for getting both. The two together cost £75.52, and Google tells me that's about $100 US-monies.
Paizo Publishing has asked fans which old books they would like to see back in print. The offer is to prioritise the formatting and scanning appropriately.
Paizo teamed up with Italian publisher Giochi Uniti for Pathfinder Arena.
RPG news from the week. Paizo share an update with apologies, Judge Dredd's RPG will end, and a historic D&D adventure is back in print.
Pathfinder maker Paizo has teamed up with model and toy expert Kidrobot for two adorkable plushies.
As a result of initial meetings with the union and recent discussions, concerns have resurfaced for which Paizo President Jeff Alvarez has today apologised for in a statement from the company.