Sandy Petersen is the famous game designer responsible for Call of Cthulhu. In the Cthulhu Mythos Sagas, he and his team take some of Lovecraft’s cosmic horror concepts and bring them to meet D&D 5e fantasy.
The threat in Terror Paths is Menace with a capital M. At the start of any scenario, players won’t even know what they are up against.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary, and this week there’s mixed news with $30,000 injected into the hobby but sadness as Brian Fitzpatrick passes away.
At this point, TSR Games (3) was quick to say that they are not, in any way, the old TSR and are entirely new.
Nightmares 1 is a collection of monsters for 5e by Cthulhu-famous Petersen Games. It gets a thumb up from this reviewer.
The artist responsible for all the illustrations in the guide is Luis Merlo. The Ecuadorian only works with physical media and the Lovecraftian entities found within the textbook have been drawn by hand. Monsters have been forged with a pencil or pen, but not with a stylus and not with a computer.
The goal of the Steam Digital Tabletop Fest is to explore those game which can straddle both online and offline.
There’s a new Planet Apocalypse 5e-powered RPG and expanded board game in the same Kickstarter. It’s a way to flood your fantasy world with demons. You know; to stop things feeling samey.
A review of Dark Worlds: The Ritual. This set of adventures brings the cosmic horror of the Cthulhu mythos to fantasy heroes.
The latest news from D&D live, Rime of the Frostmaiden, free downloads and big money dice campaigns on Kickstarter.