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RPG Crowdfunding News – Glitch, CAPERS, Denoa, The Hero’s Journey 2e, and more
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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.
The RPG Origins of Star Control
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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...
Worlds of Design: Monster Workshop Part II
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I've been talking about good ways to devise RPG monsters for tabletop games (See "Just Say No to Boss Monsters"). In the previous installment we covered the unknown, unusual characteristics, monsters that cooperate, and critters with combined characteristics. But there are many other ways to surprise your players with monsters, ranging from misdirection to item-stealers to relentless hordes.
Free League Publishing Announce Acquisition of Coriolis RPG
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Free League Publishing announced today that they have obtained the full rights to the Coriolis roleplaying game from Paradox Interactive. Free League previously published the ENnie Award winning RPG under a license from the video game publisher two years ago following a successful crowdfunding campaign that raised over SEK 1.2 million (about US$130,000).
RPG Crowdfunding News – Arclands, Deal with the Dead, The Folio, and more
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This week I look at RPG crowdfunding projects that end between January 9th and 23rd (a larger period than normal as several quickstarters dropped that I had not covered elsewhere). It’s not a crowded field (I share eight projects in this article), but there are still a variety of options to choose from.
New Year, New Campaign
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As 2019 wraps up, Christmas may bring you new RPGs which encourage you to consider starting a new campaign in 2020 Even if you have an ongoing campaign, you might want to think ahead if you need to save the funds for a future campaign you want to run. Here are several RPGs and associated campaigns for you to consider.
Worlds of Design: Monster Workshop Part I
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Many people try to design really tough monsters for RPGs, but that’s often a consequence of the boss monster mentality, suitable for computers, not tabletop. I like to focus on surprising the players, and here’s how.
Crowdfunding News – Starship Warden, TABLETOPS & TENTACLES, and more
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On Christmas day, I’m looking at a sizable (for a holiday) collection of RPG crowdfunding projects that end between January 3rd and the 9th, including one co-written by James M. Ward, one that uses runes instead of dice, a new RPG magazine, and more unique projects!
Pay What You Want (But Please Pay Something!)
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DriveThruRPG has the option to offer products for no set fee, but rather Pay What You Want (PWYW), in which customers pay whatever they think is appropriate for the product. The concept isn't new; PWYW has been around since performers have busked on street corners. But when it comes to role-playing games, certain PYWY strategies work better than others. Picture courtesy Ron Mader. When PWYW...
The Most Expensive Gifts on Our RPG Wishlists
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With the rise of D&D and tabletop role-playing games in popular culture, a broader more diverse audience, and gamers that grew up with the game now adult professionals with extra cash to spare, the market has adapted to match. Although it may seem hard to believe, Wizard of the Coasts' recently announced D&D Anniversary Sapphire Dice is not the most expensive on the list. In case you missed...
RPG Crowdfunding News - Kisarta, Mistborn Metal Dice, Retropunk, and More
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This edition of RPG Crowdfunding News focuses on RPG crowdfunding projects that end between Friday, December 20th and the day after Christmas: The Christmas Batch. Why end your campaign during the time of the year when continents of the world are on holiday? I think the answer is either they’re expecting a CHRISTMAS MIRACLE (capital letters) or these creators have never heard of Christmas and...
Space is Not the Only Thing Trying to Kill You in the Alien RPG
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Making a living in space is not easy. Radiation, micro meteors, and no food, air, or water. A mistake can take your life. And mankind is not alone. There are hostile things lurking in the shadows of mankind’s colonies and ships waiting to kill or worse. Things alien.
Crowdfunding News – Gradient Descent, City of Mists, GiantLands, and more
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This article looks at RPG crowdfunding projects ending between December 13th to the 19th. As is normal for the end of the year, there are fewer projects with eleven in this article versus over double that number in the months leading up to the holiday season. As we close out the year, GameOnTabletop is picking up more RPG projects like Vast Kaviya, Of Dreams and Magic 2nd Edition, and Torg...
Face a Dire Threat in Mutant: Year Zero and Stop the Gray Death
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The Gray Death is a 96 page full color hardcover adventure for Mutant: Year Zero. I was provided a print copy to review. Spoilers about the adventure follow.
Holiday Gift Ideas for Your Gamemaster
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As a game master who has a 3D printer, I can produce a lot of interesting RPG products myself. So when it comes to gifts, they need to be unique enough that I can't make them myself. These products are sorted from least to most expensive. Click the title to purchase them on Amazon.
Crowdfunding News – A Christmas Carol Adventure, Electric Bastionland, and more
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All of the RPG crowdfunding projects shared here are available through either GameOnTabletop, IndieGoGo, or Kickstarter and end between December 6th and the 12th. Due to the holiday season, the number of entries declined from the low-20s over the past several weeks to 15 for this report. However, that does not decrease the creativity with projects ranging from a 5e Charles Dickens adventure to...
Brave Desert Sands to Save a Storyteller in the Scheherazade RPG
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In The One Thousand and One Nights Scheherazade saved her life by telling the Caliph one thousand and one stories, one night at a time. But in this RPG, after the one thousandth night, Scheherazade falls into an enchanted sleep and won’t wake. Brave the deserts sands to save her in the Scheherazade RPG. Scheherazade is a 168 page PDF of scimitar fights, flying carpets, canny genies and their...
Interview with Travis Legge for Scarred Lands (Onyx Path Publishing)
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Travis Legge (Onyx Path Publishing and Aegis Studios) reached out to me with a press release for Scarred Land’s Vigil Watch and Yugman’s Guide to Ghelspad. Around this time last year, Travis spoke to me about becoming an official freelancer with OPP. His position has blossomed since then, and when he reached out, it morphed into an interview about the Scarred Lands, Pugmire, and his other work.
Crowdfunding News – The Islands of Sina Una, TORG Cyberpapacy, and more
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The 22 RPG crowdfunding projects covered in this article end between Black Friday and December 5th, 2019. This is a sizeable field (with the addition of an RPG quickstarter) end during some of the busiest shopping days in the US, and I’ll be interested to see if that event impacts their results.
Design Masterclass: 7th Sea
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Anyone who knows me will wonder why it took me so long to get round to what is probably my favorite game of all time. However, I'm sad to say that in this example I'm not going to talk about the numbers. First Edition 7th Sea had some rather basic rules problems (mainly the importance of traits). While Second Edition actually fixes many of those issues, that isn't as useful as you might think...

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