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Bundle of Fate +3 – new Fate-powered RPGs

Bundle of Fate +3 – new Fate-powered RPGs

Wednesday 18 November 2015
EvilHat-AtomicRoboRPGIn November 2015 we presented the Bundle of Fate +3, a new collection of tabletop roleplaying games that use the ever-popular Fate rules system. This third installment of our popular annual series was both (a) spectacular and (b) inexpensively priced — a low-priced way to meet Fate.

Our Starter Collection included seven titles (retail value $46.50) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks:
  • Part-Time Gods of Fate (Third Eye Games, retail price $15): Ordinary people imbued with godly power try to balance their mortal and divine lives.
  • Hunters of Alexandria (D101 Games, retail $12): Monster-hunting around the year AD 1.
  • Venture City Stories, Behind the Walls, and Psychedemia — three different “Worlds of Adventure” from Evil Hat Productions (total retail $12) set in a super-powered city, a maximum security prison, and a psionic adademy, all funded through Evil Hat’s Patreon crowdfunding campaign.
  • As a convenience, we also include Evil Hat’s Fate Core and Fate Accelerated Edition rulebooks, which are available as pay-what-you-want downloads from the Evil Hat website.
Kowaliszyn-BaroqueSpaceOperaThose who paid more than the threshold price gained Fate Points and also got our entire Bonus Collection of nine more titles (retail value $61):
  • Atomic Robo RPG (Evil Hat, retail $15): Action! Science! Robots! Punching! More Science! Based on the comic by Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener.
  • Baroque Space Opera (Mark Kowaliszyn, retail $15): A fantastically flavorful (and dangerous) galactic setting inspired by Dune, Lexx, Metabarons, Farscape, and many more.
  • Unwritten: Adventures in the Ages of MYST (InkWorks, retail $10): Inspired by the 1980s computer games, this puzzle-based tabletop RPG explores ancient mysteries of the D’ni.
  • Eagle Eyes, Gods and Monsters, and Sails Full of Stars — three more Evil Hat “Worlds of Adventure” (total retail $12).
  • The Fate Codex Volume 2, Issues #1-3 (Magpie Games, total retail $9): Three new issues of the mostly-monthly Fate magazine funded by Mark Diaz Truman’s Patreon crowdfunding campaign.
PS: By the way, Fate RPGs use Fudge Dice, available from Evil Hat Productions (as “Fate Dice”), at hobby gaming stores, or from Amazon.