The new edition of Dungeons and Dragons is under development !

  You may already read it in the New York Times or on  the Wizards of the Coast homepage : a new edition of Dungeons & Dragons is under development !   Honestly, the announcement of a new edition is not much a surprise to anyone who followed what’s happening around the brand in the last years. Even… Read More »

Review: The Lord of the Rings LCG – Khazad-Dúm Expansion

On last week Fantasy Flight Games released the first big-box expansion to the Lord of the Rings LCG, Khazad-Dúm. With this new expansion you may lead your heroes into the depths of Moria in a search after Balin and his dwarwen colony.   The Lords of the Rings LCG: Khazad-Dúm expansion, released last week has lots to offer… Read More »

Gm Tips : How to introduce new players to Roleplaying-games ? – part 2

Last time I started to talk about the rewarding work of turning a new would-be-player into roleplayer to your playing group. In the previous part I shared my ideas ,that what should yo do and what should you avoid before the fateful first gaming session. You may find the first part of the article here. Now I want… Read More »

A new free map : Hillside Tavern !

  There is a new free map available on RPGNow, Hillside Tavern. It’s released as the first volume of RedBrick‘s DramaScape series, and it’s available for free until end of January 2012. They promised the second DramaScape product to be released in February 2012.  The map is in full-color, it’s measures 42 x 30 inch, and featuring a… Read More »

Rpg.Org Magazine – now on Google+

We have good news : following the current trends, from now on our readers could follow us on Google+ too ! Our page is available here : Rpg.Org Magazine The page will be roughly the same as our Facebook page in content and function from now on. As you may know you may also follow us on Twitter,… Read More »

Gm Tips : How to introduce new players to Roleplaying-games ? – part 1

So you have a new player eager to join your playing group ? Good luck ! However there is a slight problem. Really, it is almost nothing to worry about, but he never played any roleplaying games before, not even on computer ! what should you do ? Well, I give you some ideas. First, I think we… Read More »

More information and toughts about Pathfinder Online !

  The third blog about Pathfinder Online was recently went online, and now we received more information about how player characters will work in the game. Honestly, I have somewhat mixed feelings about this project. What do we know ?   It seems they are doing something similar to the EVE Online skill system, but with 4 interconnected… Read More »

Review – Shadowrun: Street Legends Supplemental

  It seems the guys at Catalyst Game Labs won’t take a rest : on 2nd of January they already released their first sourcebook for the year for their Shadowrun Twentieth Anniversary Edition roleplaying-game, titled Shadowrun: Streets Legend Supplemental.   Continuing on the same vein as Street Legends, Street Legends Suplemental introduces 10 new characters in the same… Read More »

Review – The Secrets of the Oracle (PFRPG)

Rite Publishing recently released The Secrets of the Oracle, a new Pathfinder supplement. Focusing on the title class, the book greatly expand upon the character options presented in Paizo’s core products.   The Secrets of the Oracle is Rite Publishing‘s new class based sourcebook in their Secrets series. We receive many new character options, including six new mysteries,… Read More »

Review – Shadowrun: Corporate Intrigue

At the very end of 2011 Catalyst released a new addition to their Shadowrun brand : Shadowrun Corporate Intrigue. Building on information provided in Corporate Guide, this sourcebook filled with adventure plots, NPC-s and the internal and external machinations of the megacorporations.   At 2011 December 27 Catalyst Game Labs announced the release of Corporate Intrigue, their new… Read More »

Werewolf the Apocalypse 20th Anniversary Edition is under development !

Did you hear the news ? It seems that after vampires, another brand receive the 20th Anniversary treatment from White Wolf : Werewolf the Apocalypse – 20th Anniversary Edition is under development.   It’s not a joke or a rumor : Werewolf the Apocalypse – 20th Anniversary Edition will be a reality. They at White Wolf are only… Read More »

Review – 101 Hazards and Disasters (PFRPG)

  I think a Game Master need more than enemies to challenge their players. From a simple storm though diseases to supernatural dangers roleplaying games always featured challenges which couldn’t be overcome with stunning displays of swordsmanship, archery or offensive spells. 101 Hazards and Disasters really add a lot of options into the Game Master’s hand to make… Read More »

Review – Pathfinder Bestiary 3 (OGL)

  Player groups are always need more monsters and creatures to face, or only to meet in a memorable moment of a campaign. This is why we are always happy when we receive a new book filled with creatures. Pathfinder Bestiary 3 is the third monster book from Paizo, and it’s really filled with content which will make… Read More »

A Gift Collection for Christmas from Rpg.Org !

Merry Christmas fellow roleplayers !   I think it’s a fitting time to gift our readers with a collection of free RPG stuff, as it’s a very good think to give. So I searched throught the Internet to bring the best things to you from the thankfully lost of available free supplements laying around.   I think most… Read More »

Review – FotTS: Bonetongue, Steward of Dead Dreams (PFRPG)

 Rite Publishing released a new Pathfinder supplement for their Faces of Tarnished Souk NPC series : Bonetongue, Steward of Dead Dreams. Regular readers may remember, that we already reviewed one book from the series, Kahrvass Fleymbrow, Smith of Burning Desire, which I think was a very good addition to the game. So, lets see if Bonetongue is as… Read More »

Shadowrun: State of the Art: 2073 review

Catalyst Game Labs recently released a new supplement to their Shadowrun roleplaying game – State of the Art: 2073. This excellent 41-page book is filled with many different kind of material, from current politics to new equipment, so it could be a great resource to game masters.   State of the Art : 2073 is a new sourcebook… Read More »

RPTools – MapTool preview article (R. Keith Athey)

  RPTools is a brand of open-source programs designed to enhance traditional pen-and-paper role playing games. You can use the tools for face-to-face play, or Internet role-playing in real time even if your players are on the other side of the world. These tools are not a role playing game by themselves, nor are they meant to replace… Read More »

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Official Trailer !

The official trailer about The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is available on YouTube !  “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey follows title character Bilbo Baggins, who is swept into an epic quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor, which was long ago conquered by the dragon Smaug. Approached out of the blue by the wizard Gandalf the… Read More »

Review: The Waking Dead (All Flesh Must Be Eaten – Introductory Adventure)

Eden Studios released a free introductory adventure for the All Flesh Must Be Eaten RPG. In The Waking Dead players fight not only for their own survival, but for the future of humanity while trying to survive the zombie-apocalypse.   The Waking Dead is a completely free introductory adventure from Eden Studios to the All Flesh Must Be… Read More »

Is Book of Vile Darkness (4E D&D) delayed?

It seems that while Book of Vile Darkness has an official release day today, it will be delayed. Based on information received from multiple sources it will be available at the end of December or in January 2012.   It’s sad news indeed, as it would be a perfect Christmas gift to the most vile Game Masters around,… Read More »