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.
Fading Suns is a dystopian sci-fi RPG set in the sixth millennium after humanity's greatest civilization has fallen, and a new Dark Age emerged to replace it.
Wizards of the Coast are taking back control of D&D in some countries after settling a legal row. Luke Crane's The Burning Wheel is Roll20's quickest growing system, and the inhospitable setting round table is coming. It's an RPG news summary from Geek Native.
Space: 1889 is a steampunk-themed RPG in which some of the pop-science that the Victorians believed in turns out to be true. There are other races on the moon and on Mars so, obviously, we're off to colonise them.
New product releases, all the Kickstarter news and a host of TTRPG news.
You can solo Book of Heroes or co-op with up to three others. There are 12 different character classes, all appropriate to Dark Eye and the world of Aventuria, such as Blessed One of Rondra, and four playable races.
The Bundle of Holding has two different The Dark Eye bundles. The Dark Eye is a hugely popular RPG in Germany which doesn't seem able to pick up the traction it deserves elsewhere.
In response to the Covid-19 crisis, Ulisses Spiele has made that English language version of The Dark Eye a Pay What You Want game at DriveThruRPG.
Fading Suns is a respected sci-fi space opera. Ancient jumpgates connect a medieval-style empire together, noble houses, guilds and religious sects.
Another busy week in the world of RPGs as Fantasy Flight appears to be stepping away from the hobby and Kickstarter encourages dozens of new tabletop projects in just a few days.