The retail value here is $88, and it includes the Nordic horror Vaesen, the sci-fi Coriolis, the post-apocalyptic Mutant Year Zero and hexcrawl Forbidden Lands.
The Lost Mountain Saga is not something I can run right now. But the book is wonderfully made and full of great ideas, amazing art, useful maps, and an entertaining story of what could be around a game table.
The offer runs until about the 19th, starts with a Forbidden Lands card deck and scales up to a 10-item £14.55 tier. At that top end, there are over £130 worth of downloads.
A speedy recap of TTRPG news from Geek Native and around the interwebz. There are game deals, reviews, new releases and headlines from the tabletop games family.
I wondered what the scariest monsters Free League Publishing has helped to bring to the tabletop are. Kindly, Free League permitted me to share some pictures, so here they.
After Ruins for the Lost Realm, we are planning for more adventures in Eriador, and after that, we have our eyes set on Moria and beyond.
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 Free League Nexus will support Year Zero Engine tabletop RPGs such as the official Alien RPG, Vaesen, Forbidden Lands, Mutant: Year Zero and Coriolis.
Explore the fog shrouded streets of London, discover the secrets of Rose House and the British Society. Discover the islands and walk the moors in search of long lost tales and ancient remnants.
RPG news from the week. Paizo share an update with apologies, Judge Dredd’s RPG will end, and a historic D&D adventure is back in print.