Wizards of the Coast had announced the sale of the fifth edition of Dungeons & Dragons for summer of 2014.
The online magazine Desde el Sótano reaches 115th edition with the following articles (Note: The magazine is writen in Spanish):
Authors from Onyx Path Publishing David Hill and Filamena Young had been victims of a burglary at home, thieves have stealed their computers and all work contained therein. If you can help them visit their campaign at gofundme or spread the link.
Illustrator RU-MOR (creator of part of illustrations of the game Aventuras en la Marca del Este) has published on his blog a warning aimed at illustrators working in Spain to ensure that their rights as authors are respected (you may read more about this in this blog post and in her deviantArt page).
The Spanish association Ludere Aude announces a new edition of their modules contest In Sumo Ingenium, where you may win important prizes (you will find contest rules in this link).
I'm sure that this Christmas the players who have children will desire to share their hobby with them so that, apart from the many offers of these dates, perhaps will also interest them Magissa (in Spanish) or Monster Slayers: The Heroes of Esiod.
Rodrigo García Carmona will publish the Japanese role-playing game Ryuutama in Spain through Other Selves imprint as he did with La Puerta de Ishtar (his first game of which you can find a review in this link).
From Trasgotauro we are told the basic book of Trasgos y Mazmorras will be available at cost in physical format from Lulu and that will remain available as a free download. Next project in the game line will be the Compendio de Monstruos.
From the website of the game Espada Negra we are told that the last beta is already available as a free download.
The British Library has made available for users more than 1 million images scanned from books of 17th, 18th and 19th centuries through his Flickr account (image metadata are available in Github).
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