Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos is in the news again, and it’s not hard to see why. A lot of the talk around the book is hugely positive, but if you’re looking for a good eyes and hands onto the latest release coming in from the D&D WotC team, then EN World’s own Beth Rimmels has got you covered. Beth’s review is weighty and hits on all the major ups and down of the book in a clear and concise manner.
Steve Kenson is no stranger to Tabletop RPG design, he’s a prolific designer, and an all-round champion of inclusion, diversity, and more. Steve is one of the more prominent queer voices in the industry, and has contributed to RPGs as well as designing one of our favourites: Mutants & Masterminds Superhero RPG. A full bio can be found here from Steve’s site.
As we zero in on Friday, today is the day that I was thinking about a spotlight. What product, Kickstarter or thing could I shine a light on for Exiled News. I was having a conversation with a friend about various roleplaying games, and she suggested that I talk about three of them that I have been having fun with over the last few years.
With the controversy surrounding Activision Blizzard these days, it’s hard to go back to a lot of their games, especially the likes of Diablo. With the recent release of Diablo 2: Resurrected and Diablo 3 being the only newer Diablo that people have had to play for ages – and people not wanting to part with their hard-earned money to buy either Diablo 2: R or Diablo 3, due to Blizzard’s terrible work conditions and harassment of its employees – what can you play instead?