Routinely Itemised takes a look back at the RPG news with the Origins Award restructuring after an RPG boom, D&D Beyond's top 10 sellers and plenty of new game announcements.
Black Crusade is a standalone RPG in which the characters are a Disciple of the Dark Gods in the Warhammer 40K universe. The core rules and a 20% off the Cubicle 7 store are yours for 75 shiny pennies.
Parts of the Black Library can be found in Humble Bundle as $748 worth of Warhammer audiobooks are available across three tiers.
Rain of Mercy acts as a primer for the grimdark future, the Gilead System and Great Rift that the tabletop RPG setting focuses on.
The Forsaken Systems Player's Guide for Warhammer 40K introduces 20 new Archetypes, new Wargear, Abilities and Psychic Powers. It also adds Ogryns, Ratlings and Kroot as playable races.
There have been nearly 2,500 reviews and most of them 1/5. At the time of writing, the app has an average review score of 1.2/5.
In a blog post, Cubicle 7 explained that the majority of the issues they found in the book have been minor typos and layout errors.
One week of RPG news: A battle in the Gygax family of D&D's legacy, too sexy vampires and a game designer disowning their award-winning edgelord adventure.
In total, there are 26 ebooks worth £165.74 available for £18. They're available in ePub, mobi and PDF formats.
The PDF version of Wrath & Glory is out, and there's a free adventure called Graveyard Shift, are taking pre-orders on the physical book and they're still working on both an errata and a log of changes from the original Wrath & Glory and theirs.