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Indie Cornucopia 2

Indie Cornucopia 2

Thursday 27 November 2014
Nobilis 3rd Edition is part of the Indie Cornucopia +2

Launching on Thanksgiving Day 2014, we proudly presented an all-new collection of top-ranked indie tabletop roleplaying games, a sequel to our spectacular November 2013 offer: the Indie Cornucopia +2. Our starter collection included these three titles (retail value $52):

  • Lords of Gossamer & Shadow (retail price $12): In an immense cross-dimensional conflict, you command otherworld legions, gain idiosyncratic artifacts, and alter the very substance of reality. Jason Durall’s spiritual sequel to Amber Diceless Roleplaying.
  • Rocket Age (retail $20): Throttle up your rocket packs and jet into Ken Spencer’s Vortex System pulp space-opera game from Cubicle 7. Hunt thunder lizards in the Venusian jungles, battle ancient Martian killing machines, and explore a solar system teeming with life — and danger.
  • Uresia: Grave of Heaven (retail $20): An eccentric system-neutral fantasy worldbook from Risus designer S. John Ross. On a broken ring of islands formed by an ancient Skyfall, a generation after mad empire fell, familiar tropes have turned weird. Dwarves dissolve into smoke, elves belong to demons, and satyrs stage — panty raids?

Those who paid more than the threshold price (starting at $18.95) got our complete collection of three amazing bonus titles (retail value $55):Moran-ChuubosMarvellousWishGrantingEngine

  • Nobilis 3E: The Essentials (retail $20): A comprehensive update of Jenna Moran’s masterful game of mega-powerful Nobles in a war for existence. Of over 34,000 entries in the comprehensive Game Index, Nobilis ranks #3.
  • Chuubo’s Marvelous Wish-Granting Engine (retail $20): Nobilis designer Jenna Moran returns with a quirky, warm-hearted diceless game focused on adventure and slice-of-life stories.
  • Torchbearer (retail $15): Thor Olavsrud and Burning Wheel designer Luke Crane recast old-school dungeon crawls to emphasize careful resource management, endurance, and a relentless struggle for survival.

If you paid full price for all these .PDFs, you’d spend $107! Ten percent of each payment was split evenly between two charities selected by our indie designers: Save the Children and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.