Roll20 price increase, D&D movie starts to film, and a US court throws out a legal case against Gen Con. It's been a week of RPG news!
It is the first time the platform has increased the subscription price. The service has been running for nearly 10 years, has introduced dynamic lighting, token markers, APIs, macros and other enhancements.
Wizards of the Coast are taking back control of D&D in some countries after settling a legal row. Luke Crane's The Burning Wheel is Roll20's quickest growing system, and the inhospitable setting round table is coming. It's an RPG news summary from Geek Native.
The Orr Group's Roll20 market report puts Luke Crane the headlines again as The Burning Wheel grows faster than Apocalypse World, faster than Cyberpunk and faster than Free League's Year Zero Engine with some dramatic shifts.
In this week's RPG news round-up, we confirm Free RPG Day will happen, why the D&D TV show might be like First Blood and the character portrait generator site NeverEnding on adding prosthetic options to illustrations.
After three months of beta testing with a select group, Roll20 has now opened the beta test of the mobile companion app to Pro Users.
Everything from the original SWADE core book has been converted and made fully-linked and searchable for smooth and easy use on Roll20. On top of that, you'll find a bestiary brimming with full pawn art and corresponding tokens ready to drag and drop, 142 images for weapons and armor, and 47 vehicle images—all with the look and feel of the original rulebook.
Routinely Itemised: RPGs is an RPG news round-up, and this week we look at the steampunk RPG Vulcania, the new D&D playtest material and Nazi occultists harnessing 2d20 power.
The Lover will tell you that the Hero actually grew up in the High Hills, and knew by heart the solemn and slow songs of its people.
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