Fate Space Toolkit, $10 for prototype PDF and eventual final version PDF.
“TL;DR: There’s no art, but sales of this will help us get art, and once we get art, we’ll upgrade your PDF to one with art at no added cost.”
G+ Show more
Finally pulled the plug on my G+ account.
Sleep well, fair prince.
Google, G+ Show more
Google to G+ users: Go to hell.
(responses to this telling me how evil Google is will be ignored, so save us both the trouble and kindly keep them to yourself).
and then a thing of my own which you can get on DriveThruRPG is "The Creeping Kudzu: A Monster Zine"
It's a #kudzupunk monster concept + stats for a subset of systems. Pay what you want.
Or if you prefer Itch.io
https://arkhamarchivist.itch.io/creepingkudzu (where I set it at $1 minimum)
If you're in the USA and want some quality role playing material you can get some of the overstock from Evil Hat publishing at a great price:
War of Ashes: Fate of Agaptus is an absolute steal here, written by @MechanteAnemone.
Don't let these quality books and games become write-offs. Pick some up today.
*There are so many new indie rpgs, which ones should I care about?*
I created the indie rpg pipeline to track as many as I can find, but with 60+ games coming out each month it's tough to figure which ones are worth a look. I asked a couple of friends who know rpgs better than I do for help. You may already know them, they're James Mullen and Lloyd Gyan. They did a podcast of their view on new indie rpgs from Dec that are worth a glance.
Craig rants about RPG systems Show more
I don't think anyone can convince me that Fantasy Age isn't a reskinned version of True20, enough so that Green Ronin thinks they're no longer bound by the OGL.
G+ (-) Show more
Apparently G+ is now shutting in April of 2019 because of a second leak.
There's something really screwball going on over in G+ land and I'm not sure what that is.
The new Indie RPG Pipeline is live!
(link: http://theindierpgpipeline.blogspot.com) theindierpgpipeline.blogspot.com
Through the Pipeline, I look to help spread the word of new indie tabletop roleplaying games being released and going into crowdfunding. You can follow by blog, rss feed or by daily email digest.
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One thing that had happened with the closure of G+ is that I feel way more disconnected from the RPG scene than before. Not sure if I like that or not but it had been palpable.
(I'm not looking for other networks at the moment, so please hold off on suggestions)
The Torchbearer blog [https://www.torchbearerrpg.com/?p=532] linked two good old-school-style adventures today: The Beacon at Enon Tor, and Skogenby (included with Torchbearer).
I'm borrowing Tales from the Yawning Portal from my friend @Seacitygamer , and I've got B1 (In Search of the Unknown) and A0-4 I mentioned earlier.
What other OSR-style adventures should I be taking a look at?
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