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.
The use of the word "phylactery" as the item in which a lich stores their soul is both inaccurate and inappropriate given the evil nature of liches and the word's connotation with real‑world religious practices.
With Pathfinder Nexus, we're not only able to enhance overall Pathfinder gameplay, but this new toolset will also ensure that more people can experience the game than ever before.
We look forward to working with the union to continue and expand our efforts to make Paizo a better place to work and to ensure that Pathfinder and Starfinder products continue to exceed gamer expectations for many years to come.
Paizo relies on freelancers, and the usual staple of reliable writers have simply stopped. Without them, Paizo is stuck. To unstick, Paizo needs to recognise the Union.
RPG news at bullet-point speed we headline the sad news that Hasbro boss Brian Goldner has passed away. This week also brings new D&D, a Cowboy Bebop RPG, Hunters: The Reckoning and more from Critical Role.
There are all sorts of freebies available for people who can venture out and into friendly local gaming stores (FLGS).
Perhaps the biggest surprise in the 2021 Q2 Roll20 report is the re-design. D&D is still the most popular game played.
At Gen Con today, the publisher has announced Pathfinder Infinite and Starfinder infinite as programs and sites to support the program.