Cubicle 7’s Death on the Reik Companion is an easy hardback for completists and collectors to embrace because of its quality, and it has utility for those who require any hardback to fight for its space on the shelves.
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Guy Sclanders of How to be A Great Game Master has a new tabletop RPG out in the form of Bounty Hunter.
Marvelous Mutations & Merry Musicians is a post-post-apocalyptic weird wastelands tabletop RPG from Wendi Y. It’s on Itch.io, name your own price, and it’s great.
Do you use something other than a paper character sheet when you’re actually sitting at a table to track your character’s hit points? I do. Anything other than constantly rubbing and scratching at the paper will do me. Most often, I makeshift some dice into a counter.
If you accept character death as a consequence of failure in ARC, then everyone else in the group gets an XP boost, the doom clock advances one movement, and you create a new hero.
The phrase “classic for a reason” is perfect for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay adventure Death on the Reik. Cubicle 7’s director’s cut edition for Warhammer 4 is even better.
Warhammer World Building creates campaign settings using Cubicle 7’s Warhammer RPGs: Soulbound, Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay. This month the column covers creating a personalized Gilead System using the core rulebook and supplements for Wrath & Glory.
Teaching someone to be a Dungeon Master is one of the most valuable things you can do to support the hobby.
A new DM will be able to help you out at the table. They will be able to jump in when you need a week off. They will commiserate with you when the players do some unexpected shenanigans.
Most importantly, they will go on to run games for other players and carry on the tradition of showing people how to roleplay