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    There's a new What's OLD is NEW (WOIN) sourcebook in town for the sci-fi gamers out there. The Borians are a core race in N.E.W. The Science Fiction Roleplaying Game, and now they have their own expansion - 30 pages detailing their culture, physiology, homeworld, along with new careers, exploits, equipment, and starships. If you're playing a Borian, or running a game with Borians in it, this book contains a trove of information. Special thanks go to wacksteven and the crew of Turn Order: Warped, especially PeachyPixel8, who provided welcome inspiration for this book!

    Plane Shift: Amonkhet is the latest of WotC's Magic: the Gathering / Dungeons & Dragons crossovers. Previous crossovers included Plane Shift: Zendikar, and Plane Shift: Kaladesh. This one, Amonkhet, is an Egyptian-themed plane ruled by an evil dragon. Free to download, the 40-page PDF by James Wyatt and Ashlie Hope contains details on the World of Amonkhet, the Races of Amonkhet, Trials of the Five Gods, a bestiary, and a two-page appendix about the multiverse.

    It's that time of year again - the time where we announce the year's nominees for the Gen Con EN World RPG Awards! The judges have deliberated, and selected their nominees for each of the below categories. Congratulations go to all of the 2017 ENnie Award Nominees. Public voting will take place this year from July 11th - July 21st, and the awards will be presented as always at Gen Con!

    After last week's announcement that Cubicle 7 were letting a number of their licensed games expire, and were discontinuing their Rocket Age RPG, Rocket Ages designer, Ken Spencer, said that an announcement on the games future would be coming soon. Well, ‘soon’ has come swiftly along with the news that Ken Spencer has acquired the rights to Rocket Age off Cubicle 7 and has started a new company, Why Not Games, to keep the game alive by not only publishing the existing line but publishing new material too. For the full announcement please read on…



    Big Eyes Small Mouth 3rd edition might have been a more popular game despite coming too late to save its parent company of Guardians of the Order. That having been said, the 3rd edition of Big Eyes Small Mouth (shortened to BESM) is exemplary of quality and dedication to the anime aesthetic coupled with tabletop game design.

    Turn Order: Warped, the official stream of the WOIN roleplaying game system, is back with a new episode! "The players find themselves running into problems with the Cha'Etta plants and they require a new plan to make some headway." Join GM of Doom "wacksteven" and the crew of the Black Fang in their intrepid science-fiction adventures! As always, you can get video or audio version of the show - simply subscribe to the YouTube channel or to the official podcast! Or, of course, you can watch the show live on Twitch as it goes out every Saturday! Note that the show features adult language.

    Game Informer's recent issue featured a new ranking, the Top 100 RPGs, but the list was really about role-playing video games. Tabletop gamers know that there's at least one game that should be #1.


    A rundown of the New Releases that should be hitting games stores this coming week! Board games, card games, RPGs, Wargames, Miniatures and collectible games... hopefully something for everyone! For more information about any of the products please contact your local games store.


    For many old-school gamers, it was the original Star Trek role-playing game – with no bloody A, B, C or D. Star Trek RPGs, much like the USS Enterprise herself, warped through some major refits through the decades, but few iterations can match the scope of FASA’s Star Trek: The Role Playing Game. FASA held the license for much of the 1980s and delivered a detailed and crunchy means of experiencing life in Starfleet during the classic era of Kirk and Spock. FASA’s extensive line of rulebooks, adventure scenarios and setting guides created a rich canon that often built upon elements that were only hinted at during the on-screen depictions of the Enterprise’s five-year mission.

    I'm going to stick with Theme Weeks for a while and see how that goes. As always, I'd appreciate you letting me know if you like the idea or not. If you do like it, then please feel free to suggest themes for the future! This week (which I rather imagine, like others, will recur more than once) is all about Magic, the Arcane, and how that plays into your game. Sure, there has to be a D&D-related Pick in there, but I think you'll find a pretty interesting mix of stuff across many fields here.


    We have an exciting new preview of the Starfinder Roleplaying Game direct from Paizo Publishing and features an introduction from James L. Sutter that is exclusive to EN World. This preview is a couple of spreads from the upcoming core book. It gives us a look at what the layout of the book will look like, and some clues about will be in the book as well.

    WOIN fans asked for them, and here they are! EONS #61: Ten Magical Careers. WOIN fans have been asking for new magical careers for a while now, and so we present you with TEN of them for your O.L.D. fantasy campaign! The Archmage, Battlemage, Enchanter, Healer, Icemage, Illusionist, Magician, Shaman, Soothsayer, and Witch/Warlock add to the seven magical careers in the core rules, taking you up to 17. Only on EONS, the official Patreon of the WOIN roleplaying game system.

    Cubicle 7 Entertainment has announced that several of its licensed properties are moving on to pastures new. Five games in all are affected : Ken Spencer’s Rocket Age, and the 7eme Cercle translations Qin: The Warring States, Kuro, Yggdrasill and Keltia. June 30th 2017 is the last day you will be able to order any of these books in print or PDF through Cubicle 7.


    It’s that time of the year again. The siren’s call of the ENnies has been sounded and the question goes out; who will answer? Do you think you have what it takes to be an ENnies judge? Do you have the fortitude to stand up against the barrage of RPG products, the reflexes to navigate the plethora of text and toys, and the will to emerge with the finest goods produced during the year? If so, then this is a great opportunity for you! Starting on June 30, 2017, people will be able to throw their hats into the ring and nominate themselves. The last day for nominating will be July 7, so you’ll have one week to make your decision. More details on the ENnies website.


    Howdy folks, and welcome to the PAIZO NEWS ROUNDUP! My name is Ben, and I’m going to use this space to fill you in on some of the ins and outs what’s happening in the Paizo world. There’s more juicy details out for those of you out there waiting for every scrap of Starfinder, as well as news on Pathfinder-related products and exclusives. Let’s get started!

    Fantasy Flight Games have announced a new Roleplaying Game featuring their Narrative Dice System, the system used to power their Star Wars range of RPGs. The Genesys Core Rulebook will include all the core mechanics of the game, advice for Game Masters on adventure creation and play, and an overview of FIVE different settings which you could use for campaigns.


    Cubicle 7 Entertainment’s latest The One Ring release is now available in PDF. Bree is a 112-page full colour book written by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan, Francesco Nepitello and Jon Hodgson with stunning art from Sam Manley, Andrew Hepworth, Jon Hodgson, Jan Posipsil and Scott Purdy.


    After a successful Kickstarter project, Green Ronin Publishing have put out a second edition of their Blue Rose role-playing game. Inspired by the works of romantic fantasy from authors such as Mercedes Lackey, Tamora Pierce and Diane Duane, Blue Rose was originally powered by a variant of the D20 rules that Green Ronin called True20, and this new game uses the company's house system called the Adventure Game Engine, or AGE. The rules themselves are descended from the company's licensed role-playing game based upon the franchise of the Dragon Age computer games.

    A rundown of the New Releases that should be hitting games stores this coming week! Board games, card games, RPGs, Wargames, Miniatures and collectible games... hopefully something for everyone! For more information about any of the products please contact your local games store.



    Have you ever wondered where the battle against chaos comes from? How did dragons first come to be the enemies of man? Role playing games embrace mythology and a seed was planted thousands of years ago in the tales of early man. The Chaoskampf or "Struggle against chaos" is a concept born from the studies of these mythologies, specifically the Proto Indo-European religions that evolved into modern beliefs. Although the Chaoskampf is only one part of these myths, it clearly has had an important influence on RPGs and the associated literature. Today we will focus on the myths of Sumeria and Babylon that give rise to a dragon whose name we know well.

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