RPG news at bullet-point speed as we look at where D&D might be going next, free Call of Cthulhu for year 40 and a host of promising new games.
The latest shipping delays at Wizards of the Coast even as we learn more about Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons and the return of gem dragons to the game, a fantastic charity bundle deal, Fragged Empire and Osprey’s Sigil & Shadow.
Routinely Itemised is a weekly summary of RPG news. This week we look into Dungeons & Dragons, Soulbound, Fallout and what’s happening at Fantasy Flight Games’ RPG department.
In their first briefing for 2020, Iron Crown has confirmed that they expect HARP Subterfuge, Garden of Rain and Bestiary to be published this year.
Shadow World: Jaiman: Land of Twilight is a sourcebook for both HARP and Rolemaster. Rolemaster was first published back in 1980 by Iron Crown Enterprises, a publisher often credited for inventing such mechanics as critical hits and open-ended dice rolls. The most recent edition, the fourth, was published in 1999. Meanwhile, HARP, High Adventure Role […]
Iron Crown Enterprises, ICE, are busy rebuilding a game and its fan base. That’s their description for the new effort around Rolemaster. Rolemaster has split into two; Rolemaster Classic and Rolemaster Fantasy Role Play. The latter was launched a self-contained set of rules but grew and produced expansions. Rolemaster is a classic game, it turned […]
Back in 2001 Aurigas Aldebaron purchased Iron Crown Enterprises (aka ICE) and all its intellectual property. I remember ICE for their MERP license most of all but they lost that late in 1999. Aurigas Aldebaron is a company which manages the ownership of intellectual property – like gaming worlds and systems – and had (and […]