Bundle of Holding presented 62 time-limited offers of tabletop roleplaying game and RPG-related ebooks, more than twice our 2013 total of 25. Our revenue more than doubled over 2013, and we raised $79,851 for the many charities selected by our contributing publishers, designers, and authors. Since the site lanched in late February 2013, Bundle of Holding customers have donated a total of $123,349 to a huge range of charities. Thanks to all our customers for this spectacular success! Our most successful offers in 2014: the original runs of PARANOIA ($48,537), Delta Green ($46,060), Trail of Cthulhu ($35,637), Numenera ($33,189), and the just-ended Dungeon World ($30,973). Popular games make for popular offers — with one huge exception. Our offers of Pathfinder-related supplements haven’t yet connected with that gigantic community. But we haven’t given up, and we plan more collections of third-party Pathfinder titles in 2015. We were also proud to introduce brand-new titles. The February “American Freeform” offer featured the first publication anywhere of Lizzie Stark’s Pocket Guide to American Freeform. Our April Spirit of the Century collection marked the premiere of Pulp Hall of Fame by superstar historian Jess Nevins. Kevin Crawford of Sine Nomine Publishing honored the August revival of our Stars Without Number Bundle with the debut of Engines of Babylon, in the same way Relics of the Lost premiered during the SWN Bundle’s original October 2013 run.