Take one cup of inspiration from old-school tabletop gaming, and another from modern raiding games like Monster Hunter, and you've got the makings for exciting adventure.
The officially licensed and Powered by the Apocalypse game brings the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra to the tabletop.
Using the tools in PbtA, all shrunk down to itty-bitty fairy size, we've made a little game that's just bursting with silly adventures for you and your buddies to play together.
In the beginning, there was meat. A decaying chunk of flesh from a dying god, hurtling through the void of space, thousands of miles wide. A million eyes, a billion hands grasping for purchase against nothingness itself. This is where we live.
The PDF costs $15, the Softcover Premium costs $33.94 and right now, there's a deal where you can get the PDF added to the physical copy for free.
Alexandra Clinton's Powered by the Apocalypse game of psychics and investigators researching the mysterious and sometimes dangerous world of the paranormal has funded on Kickstarter.
In the latest routinely itemised RPG news round-up, we have the release of the Dune 2d20 RPG, Goodman Games buying Dark Tower and an impressive video platform for your tabletop gaming group.
Ahead of a website update, Evil Hat's newsletter announced two new RPGs and invited fans to join playtests for both.
Geek Native has been lucky enough to get some questions to Mark Truman, CEO of Magpie Games, who are making the official roleplaying game based on Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra.
Award-winning RPG designer Liz Chaipraditkul has joined Magpie Games.