RPGBOT is an online resource for tabletop roleplaying games, including informative articles, online tools, and the RPGBOT.Podcast to help you be a better player and play better games.
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Recent RPGBOT Updates
I’m pleased to announce that we’re launching an email newsletter. The plan for the RPGBOT.Newsletter is extremely simple: Every Saturday we’ll email you with a list of the week’s updates including both content on RPGBOT.Net and episodes of the RPGBOT.Podcast. We want to provide a way for you to keep up with RPGBOT updates at your leisure. If your social media feeds don’t shove RPGBOT to the top of your feed, or if you’re away from screens for a while, the newsletter is a great way to ensure that you never miss an update.
Patreon selected the Barbarian to be among the final classes to receive updated race coverage. I mean, I guess technically it received 0 votes to receive updated race coverage, but it had to fall somewhere in the order. Just as we did with the Wizard Races Breakdown, the new page includes the cool new filters. It seems like people like them, which is nice.
Patreon selected the Ranger to be the next class to receive updated race coverage. Just as we did with the other new race breakdown articles, the new page includes the new content source filters. I’m almost done with these, which is really exciting.
Patreon selected the Sorcerer to be the next class to receive updated race coverage. Just as we did with the other new race breakdown articles, the new page includes the new content source filters.