Routinely Itemised is a weekly RPG news round up from around the tabletop community.
Last time we talked about new RPGs and how to get players to try them. But how do you even begin to work out what you want to play?
The current goal is $5,000, which has been met. It’s easy to see why. Identity is worth fighting for, but the bundle costs only $5 and offers more than $2,500 worth of indie RPG content.
We’re nearly at the end of the list. What’s left? Those products tagged with “Miscellaneous “. It’s worth noting that the tags aren’t exclusive to each other; RPGs can be both family and miscellaneous if they want.
Throughout this 272-page book, you’ll find beautiful, full-color artwork that captures the full spectrum of characters you can play as part of the diverse, expansive, and unabashedly queer worlds found within.
A busy week of RPG news summarised and segmented into bullet-point lists. TSR Games have TSR Games over a barrel.
Two D&D leaks at once, maybe three if you count the accessories. Oh, maybe four if you count the photos from the movie. Then there’s the official Dark Tower RPG news!
The PDF costs $15, the Softcover Premium costs $33.94 and right now, there’s a deal where you can get the PDF added to the physical copy for free.
In a big release, Demiplane the gamer-find-game site, made profiles optionally public.
Roll20Con 2020 runs from October 23rd to the 25th and will feature Burn Bryte, Thirsty Sword Lesbians, Call of Cthulhu, Outbreak, Altered Carbon, Kids on Bikes, Alice is Missing, Alien, Monster of the Week, Dungeons & Dragons and many other RPGs.