Ript Apparel is a daily t-shirt site and today they have a design gamers may enjoy. Created by Glassstaff, the “Anatomy of the D20” lets you see what’s really inside your dice.
You can get the design on t-shirts, hoodies, posters, and more for 24 hours for $14.
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Loot Crate‘s June 2019 release has arrived and here’s what you can find inside. The theme for this month is “Toybox” featuring childhood favorites like Dungeons & Dragons, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Legend of Zelda, and a surprise item.
There’s a decent amount of items in the box and some cool properties, but how do they stack up?! Find out!
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Konami has announced upcoming releases from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trade Card Game.
Arriving Friday, February 14 and featuring alternate artwork released for the first time in Duel Devastator, Duelists will be able to celebrate the cherry blossom bloom of Spring early with the following new accessories:
Ash Blossom Game Mat: full-sized, rubber Game Mat; the same size as Game Mats used as prizing in various Konami sanctioned events (MSRP: $14.99 USD)
Ash Blossom Portfolio: each Duelist Portfolio includes 10-pages with 9 pockets per page, allowing you to display up to a total of 180 cards (MSRP: $9.99 USD)
Ash Blossom Card Case: each Card Case can fit a full Main, Side, and Extra Deck for a total of 70 sleeved cards, and also includes a special divider featuring the outside design (MSRP: $4.99 USD)
Ash Blossom Card Sleeves: each pack contains 50 sleeves designed to meet tournament regulation standard (MSRP: $3.99 USD)
Paizo has announced that Archon Studio will be taking over the license for Starfinder Masterclass miniatures, formerly produced by Ninja Division. As part of the agreement, Archon Studio will fulfill backer rewards for the Starfinder Masterclass Miniatures Kickstarter.
Archon Studio will be producing plastic miniatures instead of resin. They will also be starting over with Kickstarter fulfillment; this means that backers who have already received resin miniatures from Ninja Division will receive those minis again from Archon Studio, this time in plastic.
Archon Studio will also be creating all-new Starfinder Masterclass miniatures. Each month, they plan to produce 4 or 5 of the minis announced during the Kickstarter plus 1 brand-new mini. These minis will be available for sale at your favorite local game store, on archon-studio.com, and on paizo.com. (The Kickstarter-exclusive miniatures of Candy, Cola, Seelah the Paladin, and Epic Obazaya will not be available at retail.)
Archon Studio plans to ship Kickstarter rewards in waves. Approximately every 6 months, the pledge rewards produced during the previous 6 months will be shipped to backers free of charge. Additionally, any time a Kickstarter backer purchases any Starfinder mini from Archon Studio—whether that’s a new mini or a duplicate of a Kickstarter mini—they will also ship any released Kickstarter miniatures due to that backer for no additional charge. Details of which minis are shipping when, and how to purchase other miniatures, will be posted on the Kickstarter page.
Archon Studio will be fulfilling backers in Europe, and Ninja Division will be shipping to the rest of the world. Paizo does not have specific answers to fulfillment questions: if you’re a backer with a question about your order, you’ll need to post the question to the Starfinder Masterclass Kickstarter page.
Monster Fight Club has announced a licensing partnership with Michael Pondsmith and his publishing companyR. Talsorian Games. The deal is to create a range of tabletop miniatures for Cyberpunk and The Witcher.
A first look of the new miniatures is expected at this year’s Gen Con taking place in early August.
Monster Fight Club is focused on “evolving the tabletop hobby through fun and unique boardgame experiences; innovative accessories, terrain and models for tabletop role-playing games and wargaming.”
Dark is the new black with the Dark Hex Card Case! Featuring a holographic hexagon pattern with a glittering foil effect that really makes it pop, this Card Case is as slick and stylish as a Duelist could dream.
Each Card Case can fit a full Main, Side, and Extra Deck for a total of 70 sleeved cards. It also includes a divider featuring a matching design.
Dark is the new black with the Dark Hex Card Sleeves! Featuring a holographic hexagon pattern with a glittering foil effect that really makes it pop, these Sleeves are as slick and stylish as a Duelist could dream.
Each pack contains 50 Sleeves designed to meet tournament regulation standards.
Moglan’s Many Magical Items is a deck of Magic Item reference cards that can be used in Dungeons and Dragons5E. There are tons of brand new magic items to tempt your players with, as well as classic items we know and love like the Bag of Devouring. The deck features 60 magic item reference cards that can be used in Augmented Reality on a smarthphone!
The Core Deck features 40 cards, containing 30 brand new magic items and 10 classic fifth edition items. There’s also two 10 card themed decks, Legendary Artifacts and Cursed Objects.
Once funded, they’ll launch a free smartphone app which will allow you to scan any one of the illustrated item cards and it will pop up in 3D Augmented Reality where you can move around the item and see why it is so Magical! In addition it saves all the cards stats into your phone’s “Inventory” so your players can reference their items at any time.
Syrinscape has announcesd its lineup of activities for Gen Con, the Best Four Days in Gaming (Indianapolis, Aug. 2 – 5).
Syrinscape has announced the addition ofDungeons & Dragons to its extensive library of custom-made sounds for the world’s greatest games. Gen Con attendees will have the opportunity to become immortalized in the Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game as Syrinscape’s famous Sound Cave returns to record attendee voices for the Dragon Heist SoundSet, the first official sounds of the legendary RPG that started it all.
In addition to the Sound Cave, the Syrinscape booth in the Exhibit Hall (#343) will also feature previews of Syrinscape’s latest releases for the Pathfinder RPG, Curse of the Crimson Throne, as well as the debut of the first official SoundSet for the Call of Cthulhu RPG. Syrinscape is celebrating 10 years of making noise at the gaming table with The Year of Atmosphere. Stop by the booth to ask Team Syrinscape about pro-tips for creating glorious, dynamic sound environments for any tabletop game.
All around Gen Con, Syrinscape will be bringing live RPG events to life with epic sound and music, including the legendary 1200-player Friday night Pathfinder Special in the Sagamore Ballroom and the 1000-player Gamers Live events. Join Syrinscape creator Benjamin Loomes as he hosts Music & Ambiance in Gaming in the Paizo Seminar Room. Finally, Syrinscape and Adventure Scents are partnering to level up the tabletop gaming experience using custom soundscapes, scent effects, maps, recipes and other accessories in the Total Immersion Workshop.
Syrinscape’s Fantasy Player, Sci-Fi Player and Board Game Player apps are free to download, come with free SoundSets and are compatible with nearly any mobile device or computer. Syrinscape can also be completely unlocked for free for 30 days at Syrinscape.com/freetrial. For $11 a month, SuperSyrin Subscribers gain full access to Syrinscape’s library, permanent ownership of new sounds released while subscribing, access to Syrinscape’s SoundSet Creator and Syrinscape Online Play tools and more.