We catchup and roundup the latest RPG news, Kickstarters, and D&D tips and tricks. All this is squeezed in a handy to speed-read bullet point list.
Starting on the 25th of October and continuing on until the 3rd of November, a collection of different Shadowrun RPG communities will be streaming as much Shadowrun as they can to raise money for sick kids.
In this column, we quickly summarise news and discoveries from the RPG industry. If it hit the radar this week, then it has a chance of making this bullet-point collection of headlines.
This is a guest review from John Tuckey, and he is not a fan of the newly released Shadowrun 6e.
On the back of the Shadowrun 6e launch and the Kickstarter for BattleTech: Clan Invasion, Catalyst Game Labs have made some promotions.
Let us retreat from the bitter winds of the outside place and concentrate on some decidedly warmer and in-door activities; tabletop roleplaying.
Critical YAS! It's coming up to the weekend, and this means here on Geek Native I spend some time summing up recent RPG news for you.
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This week we've seen Shadowrun 6e edge closer to release, more material for Vampire 5e, new rules for The Witcher and Wizards of the Coast open a small scale playtest for D&D as it introduces new subclassses for Monk and Barbarian.
Trailer video for Shadowrun 6e urges people to log off the Matrix.