Routinely Itemised is Geek Native’s weekly news roundup of everything roleplaying, including reviews, interviews, Kickstarter launches, and more.
Humble’s RPG Legends: Baldur’s Gate & Beyond bundle only has two days left to run. It’s sold more than 50,000 copies.
The DMs Guild has more than a PDF scan copy of Chainmail available. The print-on-demand softcover is also available. The bundle, with both, is also marked down.
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Tieflings have been part of D&D since the second edition of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. They were part of the original Planescape (1994) and were part-human and part-lower-plane, but not half-fiends.
‘That session was pretty surreal’ is a term that gets thrown around a lot in our games.
Tony DiTerlizzi has drawn for the likes of AD&D, Planescape, Changeling and Magic the Gathering. Kitchen Sink Books have teamed with Dark Horse to produce “Realms: The Roleplaying Art of Tony DiTerlizzi“. The book is the first comprehensive collection of game art by the New York Times bestselling illustrator and it’s due out June next […]
Yesterday Mike Mearls posted some information on how D&D Next, that’s Dungeons & Dragons 5, will cope with its Many Worlds. The designers wanted to maintain as much “story compatibility” as possible so you can convert an existing campaign over to D&D Next. For example, they’ve divided elemental planes into three rings so you can […]