The Cauldron is a novel coming this year from Russ Morrissey. It has been described as "Game of Thrones in space" and is set in a galaxy in turmoil as ancient evils rise and powerful Houses vie for power.
TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 29 in September 1979. It is 56 pages long, with a cover price of $2.00. In this issue, a future legend joins the magazine, we talk about race in D&D, and we welcome back everyone's favorite comic strip dragon!
It wouldn’t be a Tuesday* without Modiphius picking up a new RPG license. This time it’s for the video game Dishonored. *It’s not a Tuesday. Modiphius Entertainment is proud to announce the launch of a new tabletop roleplaying game set in Arkane Studios’ Dishonored® video game franchise. The game has been developed using a streamlined version of the company’s proprietary 2d20 System...
It seems that the most popular D&D setting in the 5E era is... Wildemount! Talking about the upcoming Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, WotC's Greg Tito said on a Twitch stream recently that "we're pretty sure that this book has seen the most pre-orders and pre-release excitement since any of the core rulebooks for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition were released".
The last of the holiday-related thinning of RPGs crowdfunding projects is over. We’re back to full lists of RPG options including these fourteen projects that end between January 31st and February 6th. At the end of the list are five charity bundles to assist Australia with the wildfire crisis and provide you with great RPGs in the process.
Barak Strongblade, a renowned local adventurer and one of the party of beloved heroes that saved Three Oaks Village ten years ago from the goblin invasion has encountered a new, unexpected foe. "I just can't make it all work anymore," Barak says, his eyes haggard and his shoulders slumping at the local tavern. "Time was when it was no problem. Off to the forest, or the caves, or a nice...
In 1981, Basic Dungeons & Dragons by Tom Moldvay released, quickly followed by Expert D&D by David Cook. The Old-School Essentials Rules Tome by Gavin Norman combines both sets of rules along with errata together into one book. Combined with adventures penned by Moldvay and Cook themselves, an entire 1981 D&D campaign can easily be built and run.
We've all got them but today EN5ider takes on the challenge of making a settlement's police force engaging and varied—with this excellent organizations article in hand, you can quickly bring some character to the city watch in your games!
From the upcoming SolSpace: The Spartan Gambit (think "Die Hard on a starship"), here's a quick look at the starship in question. SolSpace: The Spartan Gambit is an adventure and sourcebook coming soon to the WOIN roleplaying game line.
Star Control: Famous Battles of the Ur-Quan Conflict, Volume IV or just simply Star Control was a science fiction video game developed by Toys for Bob and published by Accolade in 1990. Star Control was primarily a simple space exploration and combat game, but its sequel is widely viewed today as one of the greatest PC games ever made. At least some of the credit for the game's goes to the...
As I do every year, I recently took nominations for the most anticipated tabletop RPGs for the coming year, and then opened the floor to voting. Here are this year's winners - the most anticipated tabletop RPGs of 2020!
This week, Morrus and Peter are joined by Matt Corley to talk about his new 5e compatible horror game, Whispers in the Dark. In the news, Wizards of the Coast are publishing a Critical Role campaign setting for Dungeons & Dragons, a new Unearthed Arcana for D&D, new Pathfinder 2nd Ed and Starfinder books coming this month, Joe Manganiello brings the magic of RPGs to a children’s hospital, and...
In this brief clip we see some voice acting for Volo and a quote, some motion capture, orchestra, some photography that I'm not sure how it would be used in a video game and lastly a date February 27 2020, which happens to be the date of Pax East. Speculate away.
On a storm-wracked sea, the ship the Heart of Iron heads for the island of a long-forgotten, long-abandoned temple holding untold treasure left by an extinct people who sacrificed it to placate a sea demon. In the vast plains of the Sunlands, merchants claim a great treasure lies unclaimed in the ancient cursed ruins of Juakufa. Adventures await in the Broken Empire.
Hello everyone, Darryl here with this week’s gaming news. Did you hear that Wizards of the Coast is making a Critical Role D&D sourcebook? We’ve also got more Pathfinder 2e previews, a new Unearthed Arcana for Dungeons & Dragons, custom color minis from HeroForge, and more!
Over the last month, I've sought nominations, held two giant polls which received thousands of votes, and announced the results on my own podcast. Now, here are the Top 10 tabletop RPG podcasts of 2019 in both the "Talk" and "Actual Play" categories as voted on by you!