Pizza Games is running a Kickstarter campaign for a dark fantasy tabletop RPG called “On the Odder Side,” inspired by Neil Gaiman’s novel Neverwhere.The game uses the “Mark of the Odd” system and draws inspiration from Into the Odd, featuring a realm with bizarre horrors and Victorian aesthetics. Set in the city of Carcosa, players navigate the “shadow side” after crossing an invisible boundary, facing mysterious laws and faerie tale-like intricacies.

The game draws inspiration from Neil Gaiman, Ray Bradbury, and Lewis Carroll, catering to both Old School Revival and narrative-driven RPG fans. The campaign has been successful, surpassing its initial goal, with stretch goals including additional rulebooks and content.

DDRPG by Reaper Miniatures is a tabletop RPG where players seek fortune and glory in a perilous fantasy world. Designed for 3-6 participants, with one as the Gamemaster controlling the game world and others as Players with characters. The game emphasizes intuitive, consistent gameplay, blending elements of Old School Renaissance and modern mechanics.

Features four core classes, four core folk, six ability scores, and a d20-based resolution system for challenges and combat. The Kickstarter campaign offers various pledge options, including digital and physical editions, miniatures, and additional accessories.

Steve Jackson Games is releasing “Pathfinder Revolution,” a crossover of the strategy board game Revolution! with the Pathfinder RPG. The game involves three to six players vying for control of factions within the city of Korvosa, integrating elements from the original game and its expansions. Players use tactics like blackmail, bribery, and statecraft to gain control of factions, with a hidden war in the fantasy realm of Golarion. The game combines social deduction, resource management, and double-bluffing, and it will be available in local game stores and retail outlets.

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