Archive for the ‘Signal Boost’ Category


Signalboost: TTRPGs for Reproductive Rights Bundle

May 13, 2022

 All proceeds from this bundle will be donated to Planned Parenthood and NNAF (National Network of Abortion Funds)  so that much-needed funds will be distributed on both national and local levels and across race, gender, and economic status. 

h1 – TTRPGs for Trans Rights in Texas Bundle

March 4, 2022

The bundle is $5 and can be found here. They’re about 93% of the way to their goal, but you get access to the games, zines, supplements, etc. as soon as you pay.

Aside from being a good cause, the bundle is has a very wide selection, ranging from your expected 5E supplement material and OSR type stuff to full indie games of the breadth from superheroes, cyberpunk, sci-fi, supernatural, horror, and every day or introspective games, including solo games.

Now mind you, I, personally want action movie content for my RPGs, and 70% of the bundle isn’t that, but there are already 3-4 games in there I had been thinking of getting for months – and each one is $10-30 by themselves, so this easily was worth it, even paying more than the $5 ask.

Probably over the next 2 months I’ll be posting some Game Hype posts about some of the games I find, but if you’re thinking of seeing some of what interesting new things people are making in RPGs, it’s a low investment with a TON of material. Go check it out!


Fundraiser by Mandy Morbid / Amanda Nagy

November 27, 2021

Please donate and share!

Signal Boost: Paizo Blog – International Transgender Day of Visibility

March 31, 2021

Go read!

Many voices, with a lot to say. Still a long way to go.


Go check out The Abuser’s Playbook

November 4, 2020

Not really an RPG, but an educational resource using the PbtA language. Pay what you want, proceeds go to stop cyber bullying.

The Abuser’s Playbook(s) is an educational resource designed to use the language of PBTA moves (rules for the Powered By The Apocalypse system) and character archetypes to teach people about the “mechanics” of abuse.

The Abuser’s Playbook(s) is not designed to be an exhaustive guide to all of the different types of abuse that exist. Nor does it discuss all possible forms of abuse. There were many other “playbooks” I could have written, but I chose to focus on abuser archetypes that are common but don’t often get talked about as being abusive.