Skotos & RPGnet Launch New Forums
BERKELEY, CA, May 16, 2007 RPGnet--and parent company Skotos Tech--has launched three new forums, adding d20 and LARPs to RPGnet and creating the brand-new Xenagia forum for fantasy, science-fiction, and horror discussions.
Xenagia is Skotos' biggest release. This is an entirely new site dedicated to fantasy, science-fiction, and horror, all built on the same community software successfully used to run RPGnet.
The heart of Xenagia is a forum dedicated to all mediums for fantasy, science-fiction, and horror, including TV, movies, and books. Also available at Xenagia is a book index, which currently contains info and ratings on over 500 fantasy, science-fiction, and horror books, and which is growing every day. Reviews, columns, press listings, store locators, and other features will all be added to Xenagia as the site grows.
Meanwhile Skotos is also busy expanding its oldest community site, RPGnet, the biggest independent roleplaying site on the 'net. RPGnet has traditionally maintained a vibrant forum which is one of the few hundred largest on the net. In recent weeks it has expanded its coverage with two new "spotlight" forums.
The d20 spotlight covers all games built using Wizards of the Coast's d20 SRD. Besides hosting discussions of the world's most popular roleplaying system, the new d20 spotlight also covers Castles & Crusades, Mutants & Masterminds, and many other d20-related games. To highlight the d20 material already available at RPGnet, a d20 home page has also been unveiled.
RPGnet's LARP forum was kicked off a year ago, but has recently been raised to spotlight status, making it more available to RPGnet's forum readers. The LARP forum allows discussions of all types of LARPing, from boffers to the Masquerade.
ABOUT SKOTOS TECH
Founded in 1999, Berkeley, California-based Skotos Tech Inc. is an online entertainment company. Its sites include: Skotos Online Games (www.skotos.net), a site for online roleplaying; RPGnet (www.rpg.net), a tabletop roleplaying community; and Xenagia (www.xenagia.net), a fantasy, science-fiction, and horror community.