A whistle-stop tour of RPG and geeky news from the week and then, in a different format for one week only, a nearly as quick look at some RPG genre, tips and recommended games.
More legal drama at Gary Con, the vanishing charity supplement for D&D and all in time for World Mental Health Day. It's Spelljammer and other Geek Native highlights in this week's podcast.
Fans are left wondering whether the new D&D, due out in 2024, will be a new edition or not. In the meantime, AIs are writing complete D&D modules and all sorts of horrors are coming in Die.
A small podcast to cover big news from the geeky world of tabletop and related games. Blade Runner is coming, and so are a host of tempting indie games.
A quick look at who's done well in the ENnies and the big news, drama other otherwise, from GenCon and the week just gone.
A catch up with the geeky highlights of the week, looking at some Kickstarters with promise and hinting at more significant changes.
The Malleus Monstrorum is an impressively large collection of mythos lore from Call of Cthulhu's Chaosium. Impressive means mind and wallet warping, but podcast How Ain't Slayed Nobody found it indispensable.
A brief catch-up on the week's geeky highlights as RPGs become TV shows, bundle deals tempt our wallets open and time travellers discuss where to go for tea.
We take a look at new announcements for gaming systems, IP and license deals shaping the RPG ecosystem and, in this case, a fuss over focus and accuracy.
The headline news from this week is not great. I'm sorry to say. Steve Perrin passed away.