Patrons get some extra perks. They can vote in the RPG Publisher Spotlight poll and help us showcase independent studios and creatives.
As a thanks to Geek Native's Patrons or anyone who becomes a patron before Saturday the 7th of November, I'll be mailing out dice bags.
Paper representations of heroes and monsters on battle maps are not only cheaper than plastic or metal models but are trivial to pack, faster to get too and easier to create.
One of the perks of being a Patron is that you can vote to see which indie RPG publisher or creator will feature in the RPG Publisher Spotlight.
The first 52 maps are now on Imgur and reposted below. You'll see these aren't just places where the PCs will be expecting a fight, some are tranquil and relaxed, others are out of this world.
It's the start of the month, and that means the Spotlight is in on the move again.
The mini RPG only has two pages, but it has an interesting setup. In the game, your characters are characters, writers and directors of a TV show that's going downhill.
There's a gift for all Patreons or those who sign up swiftly, of a free PDF copy of the Adventure System and the Supers supplement.
Matt Colville will release a new monthly D&D magazine called Arcadia, for $5 an issue over Patreon, with James Introcaso as managing editor.
Geek Native's Patrons get to vote on a shortlist of indie publishers and creators so that the winner gets a special feature here on the blog.