A 2012 thread on Troll Lord Games’ site predicts we’ll never see Castle Zagyg in PDF.
Despite the shift to 5e, and all the more impressive for it, Amazing Adventures has stepped forward to be a multi-genre RPG. So can still be a pulp detective or Nazi-fighting professor, a space opera hero, or Nazi-fighting cyberpunk.
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.
Fortunately, there’s been plenty of RPG news to keep brains distracted here in the North from the unrelenting encroachment of winter of darkness.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary, and this week there’s the latest from D&D, Cyberpunk Red, 13th Age, Call of Cthulhu, Critical Role and even of Chainmail, the game that became D&D.
It’s been a busy week, so sit back and treat yourself to a scroll through the headlines; sales, reviews, interviews and stats from the RPG-scene.
RPG news all summarised into handy bullet-point lists. That’s the name of the game in this Friday’s Routinely Itemised.
RPG news summary featuring Wizards of the Coast news about D&D, Paizo on Pathfinder and Starfinder, R. Talsorian Games on Cyberpunk Red and The Witcher, with lots more.
Humble raises money for charities with each deal, and this time the Book Industry Charitable Foundation is getting a slice of the action.
A week worth of RPG news bundled into a series of handy bullet-point lists.