As it's Friday, it means RPG news in summary form. Routinely Itemised doesn't just summarise Geek Native's own content.
Worlds Without Number and its fantasy tools are built to be fully compatible with the sci-fi gaming of Stars Without Number and other OSR games, using classic old-school mechanics such as the traditional six attribute scores, hit points, AC, classes, and levels, along with certain modifications and refinements meant to accommodate more modern tastes.
As the year comes to a close, DriveThruRPG and Geek Native have been looking back at RPGs published this year and which sold well.
DriveThruRPG has kindly pulled some data from their vast marketplace of RPG goodness, and we can now see which RPG titles have come out top.
Ages of men and of Outsiders have ascended and been forgotten, and only the bones of their cities and the dust of their dreams remain upon this tired world.
Free RPGs, several hundred free ebooks, bundle deals and lots of attention on virtual tabletops. It's a week of news all captured in Routinely Itemised.
Official rule changes to D&D, a look at the tabletop version of Dishonored and TTRPG news from around the web.
Godbound is an RPG set after fall of gods and when Heaven's throne is empty. Players are new Godbound, those new deities determined to make a better world out of the fragment of the old one.
It's H.P. Lovecraft's birthday on August 20th. To mark the occasion DriveThruRPG's Cthulhu Mythos sale is on with over 1400 RPGs, accessories and supplements reduced in price.
Old and new titles pepper the best selling sci-fi games of the year.