I wouldn't be surprised if there are price hikes across the industry. I back a lot of RPG Kickstarters and I've been getting bombarded with messages about how fulfilment and pricing are being affected by a global paper and cardboard shortage, such that there might be rationing.
Odd to imagine a cardboard shortage given how much of the stuff Amazon sends me.
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Years ago I bought a chain mail dice bag with my initial on it in copper links. While it was very cool it was a bit of weight to lug around and didn't hold a ton of dice. So says the reformed dice hoarder.
I get the 'dice hording'. I bet I still have 100+ sets that 'looked good' in the dealers area <weg> But when I went 'to play' I seldom had more than 2 sets. Didn't want them thinking I didn't trust 'em <chuckle>
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Whenever I see a new fantasy campaign setting I ask myself what its USP is, what sets it apart from the competition. So seeing Blue Rose, Green Ronin's campaign setting for D&D 5e, I delved deeper for all our sakes!
I don't know, Nem. The races sound like a departure of more traditional D&D worlds and a bit more leading towards self-actualization kind of storytelling. A bit less tethered to Earth/human assumptions of reality. More like an Ursula K. Le Guin campaign vs a Glen Cook campaign.
I have a hard time picturing a group "all meeting in a tavern" and "going off to fight goblins."