The core rules have about 325 pages, tips for running The Shadow of the Weird Wizard, traps, hazards, guidelines for making your own quests, a gazetteer, a bestiary and more than a dozen ancestries.
Gen Con is this week, and Routinely Itemised is Geek Native’s weekly RPG news roundup that provides a one-stop shop for reviews, discoveries, tips, and interviews.
Routinely Itemised is a round-up of RPG news, reviews, deals, discoveries and factoids from the web. You can hug it, pet it and call it Harry.
I think EN World started this, and they’ve done it again with thousands of votes. It makes sense to share their results rather than reinvent the wheel.
In the game, you’ll have to be quick, or you’re dead and clever, or you’re dead and lucky too. It’s grim heroism against cosmic horror, evil cults and oblivion.
It’s the first RPG news round-up of 2022, so welcome to Routinely Itemised.
At this time of year, sales are pretty standard, and given the year we’re having it’s hard to deny RPG publishers their chance for a retail push.
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.
… and who are the scary monsters?