Routinely Itemised is a weekly RPG news round-up and this week Kickstarter's Zine Quest is a vast shape on the radar.
We’ve worked with Sara Thompson, one of our freelance writers on the Witcher TRPG line and an advocate for disability representation in gaming to create the Rocklin Augments Cyberchair line, ready for use in any Cyberpunk RED session.
It's an easy mistake to make, right. Someone says "Sleigh Ride", and the Witcher hears "Slay Ride". Death and festive destruction will surely follow!
Steamforged Games’ Bardsung is, well, singing. The Kickstarter took just over an hour to hit it’s £76,000 goal and now, with two weeks left, there’s more than £250,000 pledged. Luke Gygax, of the D&D Gygax-line, has become the most recent guest writer announced for the project and joins names like Ian Livingstone, Rhianna Pratchett and Sara Thompson on the team.…
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The first prize is a full set of wave 1 wheelchair minis and each of the first two Epic Encounter sets. That's over £140 ($190) worth of loot.
The combat wheelchair is coming to many other RPGs, and this is a good thing.
Working with Red Scar, the Mantic Games was asking for £30,000 to fund the game, and they're already at £106,000.
The heated conversations in the RPG community continue as the hobby space looks at ways to encourage diversity and deal with 40 years of history that don't always get everything right.
Starting with the note that anyone can be an adventure, the D&D-designed combat wheelchair grants the user with proficiency with Land Vehicles and Tinker's Tools.