Artificers become the first new class to be released since the core books, the magically talented inventors being a good match for the strange technology of the land.
This week we've seen Shadowrun 6e edge closer to release, more material for Vampire 5e, new rules for The Witcher and Wizards of the Coast open a small scale playtest for D&D as it introduces new subclassses for Monk and Barbarian.
Is it legal to publish stat blocks?
It's the first weekly round-up of RPG news and discoveries since Gen Con happened.
News on the D&D movie, the release of Pathfinder 2nd edition and the discovery that two out the three best selling RPGs last quarter are sci-fi games.
Other issues in the RPG landscape discussed by retailers included the dangerous cost of Kickstarters, Amazon's ability to discount Wizards of the Coast products and the leadership of GAMA.
Save time by whisking your way down this bullet-point summary of RPG industry news and discoveries.
There's currently a bug in Magic The Gathering Arena in which clicking on the mascot for the Mastery Pass can cause the game to hang and crash.
Friday's are a good day for a recap of the news of the week. In Mr Root, we'll take a look at news from Geek Native and around the web.
Yesterday, in an article about the forthcoming Baldur's Gate 3 computer game and an interview with D&D boss Mike Mearls, Kotaku concluded the core class would see some changes.