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Summer wanes, and we’ve been enjoying the last of the light before the northern hemisphere is plunged once more into impenetrable darkness, alleviated only by pumpkin spice and Jack O’ Lanterns. Things continue to be fairly quiet on the RPG news front, but what we have is pretty interesting. We see how Brexit could affect…

Read More 3–8 September 2019: Brexit; Cubicle 7 Departures; Tingles

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We’re back after a little rest with a slightly-later-than-normal update! (Can I just say that I highly recommend holidays? — Amy) This week we’ve got a fair bit of early D&D history, with a focus on the game’s contentious authorship. Notably, an article from Kotaku argues that Dave Arneson was the real genius behind role-playing…

Read More 26 August—2 September 2019: Dave Arneson, Tariffs, Crunch

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This week, our main story is a sad one: Flying Buffalo founder and RPG luminary, Rick Loomis, has passed away. There are some moving tributes to his work and influence, as well as some ways for gamers to support his family. We have some gaming industry news: the Critter “Hug of Death” hits Chaosium, the…

Read More 19–25 August 2019: Rick Loomis, American Football, Les Bijoutiers Fantaisistes

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This is an odd issue of d100, with a peculiar mix of serious & silly. The biggest news of the week: Wil Wheaton is suing geek media producer, Geek & Sundry over the revenue of the Titansgrave: The Ashes of Valkana actual play series. It’s a jarring story, and a sharp reminder of the business…

Read More 5–11 August 2019: Wheaton sues; 30–50 Feral Hogs; Obscure RPGs

Editor’s Note and Content Warning: There have been further developments regarding last week’s accusations of abuse in the industry. As we did last week, we’re sticking that story at the bottom of the page, for the sake of anyone who needs to avoid that content. Want to get updates from us? Follow us on Facebook…

Read More 18-24 February 2019: TV, History, Culture

Statistics Fantasy Grounds have released statistics on the top-played games on their platform in 2018. The top three places (D&D 5e, Pathfinder, and Savage Worlds respectively) are unsurprising, while Starfinder rose to fourth place over the course of the year. In an interview with EN world, Luke Crane, head of games at Kickstarter and RPG…

Read More 21-27 January 2019: Stats, Community Content, Gen Con Indy