Astral Tabletop has emailed members to say that development is on hold.
VTT TaleSpire and looking for group site Demiplane have announced an official partnership. There's a new TaleSpire Looking For Group powered by Demiplane site.
The indie RPG studio Runehammer, the company behind the multi-world, streamlined d20 Index Card RPG has teamed up with Modiphius. As a result, ICRPG and Viking Death Squad will both head to retail.
The two RPG ranges follow Alien and the Forbidden Lands to the Foundry. Free League are present on several different platforms.
Next in the roadmap is the Earthdawn Companion, then Questors, then Mystic Paths.
The system procedurally generates entire dungeons and other fantasy landscapes suitable for flatscreen TVs or VTTS. They don't get into the details, but it is also possible to have physical tiles created and sent to you.
This system uses a different scale of combat for ship fights and has means through which player characters can use their own attack bonus, class features, etc. to influence the way a fight goes
Does your RPG have better moments in it than some TV shows? Would it be cool to sit on the sofa, beer and pizza on offer, with your friends watching as your orc druid chased after the bandits?
GMs can takeover or transform into NPC characters like a cross between Quantum Leap and the 80s cartoon Dungeon Master wandering into a scene in the roleplaying mode.
When this post first went live, the data says that most D&D fans can't correctly answer "Who owns D&D Beyond?". Does it matter?