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Bundle of Fate

Bundle of FateFor this week’s Bundle of Holding the awesome Bundle of Fate has been resurrected. It includes the free Fate Core and Fate Accelerated rulebooks and the following Fate-system games: Bulldogs!, Ehdrigohr, Full Moon and Spirit of the Century. If you pay the extra to “level up” you also get Diaspora, The Kerberos Club, Legends of Anglerre and Starblazer Adventures. I own most of these games already but it was still worth my while to get the couple that I didn’t have. Don’t miss this one.

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Bundle of Holding – Runequest 6

Bundle of Holding - Runequest 6This week’s Bundle of Holding contains The Design Mechanism’s 6th Edition of the classic Fantasy RPG RuneQuest, designed by Lawrence Whitaker and Pete Nash. I can’t attest to it myself, having thus far only played the 1st and 3rd editions of this outstanding game, but RuneQuest 6 is reputedly the best edition in years.

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Bundle of Holding – The Dying Earth RPG

Bundle of Holding - The Dying Earth RPgThis week’s Bundle of Holding is a goodly selection of core books and supplements for Robin D Laws’s The Dying Earth RPG, a game of larger-than-life characters commiting acts of wit, foppery and rhetoric, based on Jack Vance’s fantasy novels of the same name. If you don’t already know of it and want to learn more there’s a fairly comprehensive review by Shannon Appelcline on RPG.net.

My collection of RPG pdfs continues to swell as I am yet again tempted by more irresistable Bundle of Holding goodness!

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Bundle of Holding – Over the Edge

Bundle of Holding - Over the EdgeThis week’s Bundle of Holding is Jonathan Tweet and Robin D Laws’s seminal Over the Edge RPG, a surreal game of secrets and conspiracies, set on the fictitious Mediterranean island of Al Amarja. Over the Edge holds a special place in RPG history having departed from the model of predefined character attributes and skills, in favour of open-ended player-chosen traits. And it was among the first to employ a dice pool based resolution mechanic.

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