Veteran and acclaimed designer Steve Kenson of Mutants & Masterminds and Blue Rose is at the helm of Twilight Accord.
Drama again this week with attack lawyers dispatched against Wizards of the Coast, hassles over Kickstarters at Dragonmeet and confusion and concern over the direction Kickstarter itself might be taking.
Steve Kenson (Mutants & Masterminds) and Ad Infinitum Adventures have the Icons superhero game in the Bundle of Holding. Not once, but twice.
New RPG releases, news from creators and publishers along with reviews, interviews and a host of new Kickstarter activity. It's Geek Native's weekly round-up in Routinely Itemised!
The original Blue Rose was published by Green Ronin in 2005, used a modified version of the D&D system at the time and won a Silver ENnie for Best Rules.
You’re no adventurer. You may have shaken blood off your sword after plunging it into an unholy beast, but the real monsters stalk the world’s thrones. You may have studied the unspeakable secrets of magic, but affairs of state have secrets that are no less horrifying, for they can turn a nation into a million-limbed juggernaut of war.
Green Ronin has been testing and developing a Facebook Live strategy.
The Chronicle System, used to power A Song of Ice and Fire by Green Ronin, has a new feudal fantasy RPG of its own.
Written by Steve Kenson (The Expanse RPG) and J Gray (Cyberpunk Red) the steampunk adventure puts characters on the Babbage Engine powered Duchess Elisabeth.
The crew discovers something in the ice and quickly find themselves caught up in a conspiracy.