Routinely Itemised RPG news is busy with the sale of the Dungeon Hobby Shop Museum, the acquisition of Zweihander, the release of Pathfinder Remastered, the launch of the Universal Soldier and Rambo RPGs, and the ongoing Teach Kids to Game Week.
It’s unclear how trying to raise $5m on a property worth $298,1000 plus an unknown business value might affect NuTSR’s bankruptcy.
It’s Geek Native’s news round-up with news about the end of the company calling itself TSR, dragon queens and D&D and some very big bundle deals.
It’s a messy case that started when the TSR trademark was snatched up, forged into an RPG publisher, and sued Wizards of the Coast.
A week of RPG news in which Tabletop Gaming Live happened, lawyers moved to check racism in the hobby and Wizards of the Coast changed their minds.
The company calling itself TSR and heading to court in a fight they started with Wizards of the Coast is alleged to be citing hacking for some inaccurate claims. Wizard Tower Games are a small games maker and developer based in Michigan who have had to tweet to say they are not sending out or […]
In 1999 TSR put together a compilation of popular adventures from their Adventures Guild.
Leaves from the Inn of the Last Home isn’t about rules; it’s about the world. It includes Dragonlance legends, essays and even recipes.
The counterclaim by Wizards, responding to a fight started by TSR, also named Justin LaNasa and the Dungeon Hobby Shop Museum.
You can download Secrets of the Dead Lands for free. The name comes from an officially announced, but I don’t think ever realised, Dark Suns adventure dating back to 1999. TSR days.