News about Rogue Trooper, a brand new computer RPG for Pathfinder, and WotC confirm Dice, Camera, Action! will not return after being hit by a sex scandal.
In this issue of Routinely Itemised we find out that a row has ended The One Ring, Wizards of the Coast are testing psionics and why we might all soon be talking about the lich-god Vecna.
These new abilities aren't magic. They're not arcane. Psionics come from the mind.
This week we look into security risk at Wizards of the Coast, a brand new Warhammer announcement from Games Workshop and how we can use B-Movies to inspire better campaign design.
Adventure with Muk is written by Adam Lee, Chris Lindsay and Emi Tanji who also illustrates the supplement.
Wizards of the Coast have had to contact some customers about a possible cybersecurity incident.
In this column, we look back at the week of RPG news as quick bullet points for you to speed read.
Infernal Machine Rebuild is a D&D adventure by Wizards of the Coast. 70% of proceeds from sales will be donated to Extra-Life.org.
The indie publisher in the spotlight for November is Dias Ex Machina, and this is a story of sex machines and a betrayal that hurt the very heart of Wizards of the Coast.
Wizards of the Coast will only make 1,974 (D&D was published in 1974) sets of these dice, and even though they cost $300, I suspect they'll sell out.