The Associació de Jugadors i Jugadores de Reus (AJJR) (Spain) offers a couple of interesting activities for this April month, in 14th (9:00 - 19:30) they celebrate WARREUS, the annual Warhammer tournament and in 28th (10:00 - 14:00) celebrate their 1st Carcassone tabletop game tournament, qualifier for the official state championship (registration fee is 3 € and includes a snack).
Publisher conBarba has started the patronage of the game No te Duermas (the Spanish edition of Don't Rest Your Head by Stephen Hicks). Time of patronage will end in 22th at midnight, for a sample of the game see this link.
From Aventuras en la Marca del Este comes the ilustration by A.J. Manzanedo for the cover of the Black Box, the fourth and last box of this famous Spanish retroclone of the original Dungeons & Dragons.
The podcast Ojo al Dado (Spain) starts its First Role-playing games creation contest, based in works of writer Jules Verne.
Like every year once more the One Page Dungeon Contest is called again, it consists in the creation of a dungeon in only one page (text and maps included).
The Fanzine Rolero reaches its 47th edition with the following contents (Note: the Fanzine is written in Spanish):
It's likely you may have heard news of James Maliszewski family problems that could last the development of Dwimmermount, the kickstarter of his dungeon exploring megacampaign, and the supplement Petty Gods. However last news confirm that the two projects go on, because Dwimmermount will be published by Autarch, famous for the game Adventurer, Conqueror, King (as we can read in Tenkar’s Tavern) and the new version of Petty Gods will be managed by the blog Gorgon Milk (to download an old version you can follow este enlace).
The game Dungeon World that uses the same mechanics of Apocalypse World (which I reviewed in this post of the blog) is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License from this link.
And for a finish I leave you with a news story I'm sure will interest you much, because artist David Lewis Johnson, of the blog Iron Image Industries proposes a monthly lottery where the winner will have a free illustration, for more information follow this link.
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