D&D Next Q&A; NUMENERA Character Options
  • RPG Crowdfunding News 038: Gods & Goddesses,...

    Welcome back to our weekly look at tabletop roleplaying game, and accessories, crowdfunding roundup! Each week we’ll be looking at a few campaigns currently running that have caught our eye as well as occasionally speaking to some of the creators about their campaigns, or looking at some of the ‘behind the scenes’ business aspects of putting together, launching, operating and then delivering a...

    Read More

    Sean's Picks of the Week (0213-0217) - Traveller,...

    As you're reading this, I am once again embroiled in the chaos of gaming and schmoozery that is the American gaming convention. In this particular case, it's the much-beloved Genghis Con here in the Denver, CO area. While there's every kind of gaming you can imaging, the Rocky Mountain Savages ensure this is assuredly Savage Worlds territory - and the presence of Shane...

    Read More
  • D&D Next Q&A; NUMENERA Character Options


    Dungeons & Dragons News

    • In the latest D&D Next Q&A Rodney looks at concentration and buff spells, concentration and multiple spells, and main villain type monsters' ways of shrugging off completely debilitating effects. [46 comments]


    Other News

    • Monte Cook Games has announced Character Options for Numenera, a 96-page softcover book set for May 2014.
    • RPG Geek lists a bunch of upcoming RPG releases -- including Mage: the Ascension, M&M series The Atlas of Earth-Prime, Numenera's Character Options supplement, and a book about drow from Mongoose.
    • Tabletop Adventures is holding a contest for gamers to write up an NPC 'love interest' for a player character of the RPG or genre of their choice. Entries should be less than 500 words and be submitted by midnight (US Central Time) on Feb. 20. Fans will vote to determine the winner. The prize is $15 in store credit on RPGNow or DriveThruRPG. See the Tabletop Adventures website for entry format and more details.
    • Mutant Chronicles, the 3rd edition of the dieselpunk sci-fi RPG on Kickstarter, is fully funded and and plowing through stretch goals.
    • Godsfall is an upcoming game "set in a post-apocalyptic fantasy world, a sort of Mad Max meets Cthulhu meets Lord of the Rings". They report "We'll be sponsoring Free RPG Day 2014 with a demo of The Godsfall that includes quickstart rules, six pre-generated characters, and an introductory adventure. We'll also be launching a Kickstarter here in the next week or so. If all stretch goals are unlocked, that'll be 15 books for $140 worth of backing."