These are PDF starter packs, mind you: and Bundle of Holding seems to be offering them at a 25% discount from list price, instead of their usual super-sale. But the offers don’t expire, either. I recommend NIGHT’S BLACK AGENTS and TRAIL OF CTHULHU, obviously. Fourth Edition CHAMPIONS… actually, I’m not sure about 4th ed. I think I skipped between Second and Fifth editions, there. Certainly it’s been a while since I did any Hero System games…
I have most of the GUMSHOE games in this Bundle of Holding. TIMEWATCH and THE FALL OF DELTA GREEN in particular are fun; if you haven’t picked them up yet… well, there’s a Bundle of Holding, hey? Sort of convenient, that.
PS: I have a playtest credit for TFODG, by the way. Dunno if that’s a selling point for others or not.
This is the old-school, black-cover Traveller: go here and here to get the goods. Bundle of Holding broke ’em down as LLB-1 and LLB-2, all in PDF. Of course, it’s probably good odds that most of you folks have these already, but you never know. Maybe you’d like them on your tablet, too.
More specifically, you want the Suppressed Transmissions and the Robin’s Laws that come when you pay more than the threshold.
Link. The first Suppressed Transmission in particular is retailing in the cusp between three and four-digits, which means that Steve Jackson Games should add it to its Print on Demand service (although that’s an argument against interest on my part, since I have a copy and the kids will need to go to college eventually). So spending twenty one bucks to get the PDFs for that and the Laws is pretty much a no-brainer, if you don’t have the originals.
Oh, and I’m sure that the rest of the stuff being offered in this Bundle of Holding is all right, too.
…Look, whatever the amount on the The Dracula Dossier Bundle of Holding (RPG: vampire spy mashup that features, go figure, Dracula) ends up being, just get the whole damn thing. Totally worth it. You should also consider buying a print copy of DRACULA UNREDACTED, which is… difficult to describe. But worth it to have in your hands as a book, or the mother of all in-game props.
This is insane. This is the Champions TTRPG of my – well, college years. Third Edition was the Champions of my actual ‘youth.’ I dunno if these Bundles of Holding have them all, but between the Champions 4E Essentials and the Champions 4E Universe they comes damned close. My fingers are twitching.
PS: I do not need to sign up for Champions Online. I do not need to sign up for Champions Online. I do not need to sign up for Champions Online…
If you don’t have Castle Falkenstein, I recommend picking it up. It is a highly entertaining tabletop RPG that is filled with the most enterta SWEET JESUS THE HARDCOVER IS WORTH HOW MUCH? …Excuse me for a moment.
…Oh, [expletive deleted] me. On the other hand, Abebooks has it for cheaper. And on the gripping hand, my copy is in excellent shape. Yowsers.
Anyway, it’s a good game. Pick up the Bundle of Holding.
Don’t know much about the setting — grimdark, not exactly Warhammer 40K but they shop at the same stores — but the dude who writes Necropolis 2350 just had a stroke and apparently he is a Righteous Dude. So what the heck, right? The charitable portion of the Bundle of Holding is going towards his medical care, so that’s even more benefit.
The Cities of Cthulhu Bundle of Holding is definitely worth it. There’s some real good stuff in here; the same is true of the Trail of Cthulhu BoH, but I have all of those and not everything in the Cities one. Seriously, if you don’t have Ken Writes About Stuff already then that Volume 1 will pretty much justify the whole thing. Check it out.
Delta Green RPG and Delta Green Operations. I essentially have all of this by now: it’s a mix of Cthulhu Mythos-meets government conspiracy TTRPG material and fiction, and it’s squarely in my areas of interest. If it’s in yours, check out the Bundle of Holding.