It’s not just creator v creator history in the book. As you might expect, Game Wizards also looks at the Satanic Panic and not just at the problems that caused, but the advantages as well.
Jayson Elliot, who set up one of the later TSR’s and The Gygax Magazine, has a Premier Issue of The Dragon. That’s the magazine that became known as The Dragon Magazine.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary, and this week there’s mixed news with $30,000 injected into the hobby but sadness as Brian Fitzpatrick passes away.
The latest shipping delays at Wizards of the Coast even as we learn more about Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons and the return of gem dragons to the game, a fantastic charity bundle deal, Fragged Empire and Osprey’s Sigil & Shadow.
At the time of writing, the usual price of $14.95 has been reduced to $4.00 for the 36-page download. The Eye of Chentoufi is part of Luke Gygax’s World of Okkorim.
Stephen Dinehart has stepped down as CCO and won’t license the TSR trademark from Ernie Gygax.
TSR has replaced the individual that was serving as both social media manager and information technology manager for TSR and The Dungeon Hobby Shop Museum.
A busy week of RPG news summarised and segmented into bullet-point lists. TSR Games are gone, conventions are here, but without masks.
Wonderfiled’s tagline is “Make Believe Happen”, which is the marketing slogan of Microsoft and the NFL’s partnership.
At this point, TSR Games (3) was quick to say that they are not, in any way, the old TSR and are entirely new.