EN Publishing’s Level Up: Advanced 5e was a Kickstarter success and well-received by the community. As the name implies, Advanced 5e builds on the core 5e rules for D&D.
EN Publishing has confirmed no more Judge Dredd & The Worlds of 2000 AD products, as their license has ended.
Judge Dredd & The Worlds of 2000 AD use EN Publishing’s WOIN system (What’s Old is New), and Strontium Dog was written by Darren Pearce, Marc Langworth and John White.
EN Publishing’s Russ Morrissey and Doctor Who’s Darren Pearce have a W.O.I.N. adventure on Kickstarter in which the PCs have to end the Spartan siege of the USF Copernicus.
RPG news summary on the week the internet debated whether Love Magic was creepy or not, a heavy metal band released a D&D adventure, and there was one last chance to buy Adventures in Middle-earth.
The deals are available until February 24th and aim to put either WOIN (What’s O.L.D. is N.E.W.) or Judge Dredd and the World of 2000 AD RPGs into your pocket.
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Along with NPC stats, RPG Encounters from Heromuster has tabs for Players (handy for initiative order) and encounters.
Judge Dredd was last an RPG back in the days of d20 and D&D 3e. Today the iconic lawman’s new home was firmly established as EN Publishing then Morrus’ Kickstarter funded in less than 10 minutes. You can check out Geek Native’s brief preview of Judge Dredd RPG here or just dive into the Kickstarter […]