Routinely Itemised: RPGs is a regular RPG news summary which, this week, looks at D&D Beyond's founder joining a new gaming start-up, virtual virtual tabletops, an utter mess over at Kickstarter and a solved mess with The Palace of the Vampire Queen.
This Kickstarter uses the Savage Worlds engine for Pathfinder's Golarion setting. You can back the project at the pitch page.
Geek Native maintains a table of EN World’s survey results, working out which publishers have appeared the most often.
Routinely Itemised is a weekly summary of RPG news from Geek Native and around the web with new releases, Kickstarters, announcements and discoveries.
You can download and install a free Savage Worlds Adventure Edition for Foundry or, fresh from PEG, you can now buy a premium module full of upgrades.
Titan Effect is a tactical espionage and science fiction RPG powered by Savage Worlds.
This week D&D hired a new senior game designer, an army of monsters appeared on Humble Bundle, publishers backed New Gamemaster Month and a load more. It's time for a Routinely Itemised collection of RPG news.
Pinnacle Entertainment Group have revealed a deal with the virtual tabletop Foundry. The SWADE pack is free for the platform.
There's a Savage Worlds version of Rifts that uses the latest SWADE edition, and the Bundle of Holding is currently stuffed with it.
The weird west is cowboys with supernatural horror. So, for Blood Drive imagine a posse of drovers with their Texas Longhorns trying to push through the swollen streams of Colorado, up through the dangerous mountain passes of New Mexico, and somehow through the haunted prairies of Wyoming.