When Chelsea and Olympia accidentally break an enchantment in the woods, deadly fairy tales from a mysterious old book begin coming to life.
For years now, EN World has coordinated a survey of its large membership on which tabletop RPGs are the most anticipated for the coming year.
Readers had to answer a poll question and say whether they would want to live in a world in which magic was real or not.
Geek Native maintains a table of EN World’s survey results, working out which publishers have appeared the most often.
Rivers of London is a hugely popular urban fantasy series from Ben Aaronovitch about cops that do magic.
Routinely Itemised takes a look back at the RPG news with the Origins Award restructuring after an RPG boom, D&D Beyond’s top 10 sellers and plenty of new game announcements.
Cops that do magic just seems to have broad appeal. It’s safely in the geek interest zone and manages to lure in people who wouldn’t usually be interested in urban fantasy.
Routinely Itemised is Geek Native’s weekly RPG news summary, complete with a roundup of new releases, freebies, interviews and reviews.
It has been another busy week of RPG news. Are you keeping up with the free to download material, new releases and headlines?
EN World, a popular RPG community and news site, surveyed members to see which games they were most looking forward to this year.