Green Ronin Community Hub
Welcome to the Green Ronin Community Hub, your one-stop shop for all things Green Ronin!
Whether you’re looking for actual plays or how-to videos; want to talk game rules, settings, or characters with other super-fans; or want to have some impact on our product lines by directly supporting products you believe in, the Community Hub has you covered!
Green Ronin Streams
Mutants & Masterminds Monday
Join your disembodied host Troy Hewitt, with lead developer Alex Thomas, and the man who brought Mutants & Masterminds to the world 20 years ago, Steve Kenson for Mutants & Masterminds Monday, affectionately known as MuMaMo. We explore the world of Mutants & Masterminds, from new Green Ronin releases, interesting discussion, community events and more! Every Monday, 2p Pacific!
Join Disembodied Troy Hewitt on Thursdays at 2p Pacific, 5p Eastern, for ThursdAGE! We talk about everything related to the Adventure Game Engine with developers for The Expanse, Blue Rose, Fantasy AGE, Modern AGE, Cthulhu Awakens, and The Fifth Season RPG!
Join the Conversation!
Follow, Like, Subscribe!
Stay in the Loop!
Become a Patron of the RPG Arts
Mutants & Masterminds Patreon
Mutants & Masterminds Patreon is here to help support all the niche interests and small projects that can’t justify their own print books, but are popular enough that fans have been clamoring for them. We’ll focus on updating popular content from 1st and 2nd edition to the current 3rd edition rules, starting with favorite heroes and villains who haven’t yet made the leap to the newest version of the game.
Twilight Accord Patreon
Twilight Accord is a queer-centric 5e campaign based around themes of queer people making homes and building community in the dark places they are pushed into in some cultures, the theme of “bringing light into the darkness” writ large as a fantasy adventure story. In Twilight Accord, our heroes delve into the darkness both internal and otherworldly, fighting the dangers they find in both places, in order to turn the shadow into a safe place to call their own. It has themes of being a light against the darkness (even while facing darkness of one’s own), found/constructed family, and marginalized people building the societies they’ve idealized and dreamed of for themselves.