Hello everyone, Darryl here with this week’s gaming news! Previews of Eberron and reviews of Descent into Avernus, a free Pathfinder 2e adventure, a preview of the lizardfolk ancestry, a new Carnival Row RPG from the show’s creator, and more!
Between September 20th to 26th, ten RPG, and RPG-related, Kickstarters end. Compared to recent weeks, that’s a notable decrease. However, this is not the start of a trend. Instead, it’s the result of Gen Con week and its impact on RPG Kickstarter launches (when many of the crowdfundings that would have ended this week likely would have begun).
Hello everyone, Darryl here with this week’s gaming news! Another ancestry previewed for Pathfinder 2nd Edition, the table of contents and miniatures for Descent Into Avernus for D&D, Chuck Tingle breaks into roleplaying games, and more!
Hello again my darling Paizo fans! The air has turned crisp, the sky is blue, the leaves are darkening, and it’s time for yet another PAIZO NEWS ROUNDUP! We’ve recovered from the lengthy review of Pathfinder second edition just in time to catch up on August and September release announcements, which are (checks notes) mostly Pathfinder first edition! I kid, I kid – there’s some Starfinder in...
This week, Morrus and Peter talk about the best of everything in the Pathfinder 2nd Edition Bestiary. In the news, more about the new Dungeons & Dragons Eberron sourcebook, Shadowrun Sixth World Edition Core Rulebook released, Patreon suspends “creator” for posting pirated DM’s Guild books, the most common D&D party composition, and more! Plus a brand new sketch!
Hello everyone, Darryl here with this week’s gaming news! New D&D products, new Pathfinder products, Wil Wheaton sues Geek & Sundry, big license announcement from Green Ronin, Gen Con convention growth, and a lot, lot more!
One of the biggest tabletop RPG releases of the decade, Pathfinder 2nd Edition launches today at Gen Con. Many of us have playtested it, others have watched streams and podcasts, but this is the big day. Here are my thoughts on the new iteration of this classic game. I'm assuming here that you're basically familiar with either Pathfinder 1E or D&D 5E.
Tomorrow (Thursday, August 1st) is Pathfinder 2nd Edition's big release day, and it will be Pathfinder 2E day right here at EN World, too. Here are our plans for reviews, podcasts, and supplemental support!
On the Paizo comments a lot of people are annoyed that classes get less than PF1, less class features and have to pay feats to get them back. The counter argument is that you get those feats instead of class features, just meaning you can chose how you want your class - rather than stuck with what is written. The same applies to races/ancestries. Either argument aside it does seem that all...
Thanks. Some of these look quite good. I like the idea of taking an action to take advantage of cover. I do hope they try to keep numerical fiddliness out of the system in favour of more options in play like blocking and taking cover.
The second attack is at minus five. The 3 action economy cleans things up but may cause some other problems, like players constantly asking if something is an action or not. Think I'd have to give it a whirl before deciding if it's a worthwhile change.