Hunter: The Vigil – Chronicles of Darkness monster-huntingby Bundle Operator Monday 23 January 2017
There were five titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $39.50), including the complete Hunter: The Vigil corebook (retail price $20), the organizations book Compacts and Conspiracies (retail $9), the Block by Bloody Block campaign framework (retail $9), and Razorkids from the Collection of Horrors (retail $1.50). As a convenience to customers who don’t have the World of Darkness rulebook, we also included the 66-page adventure Nightmare at Hill Manor, released for Free RPG Day 2011, with all the rules you need to play Hunter: The Vigil.
Those who paid more than the threshold (average) price also got our entire Bonus Collection with seven more titles (worth an additional $106), including Chronicles sourcebooks about hunting vampires (Night Stalkers, retail $20), werewolves and spirits (Spirit Slayers, retail $19), mages (Witch Finders, retail $20), and just about every other supernatural creature (Mortal Remains Revised, retail $17). After launch we added Keepers (retail $5), a collection of five ready-made hunter player characters to jump-start your chronicle; Bad Night at Blackmoon Farm (retail $7), Chuck Wendig’s story kit (in White Wolf’s Storytelling Adventure System format) that tells of a cell of hunters that have grown into a cult; and Armory (retail $18), the comprehensive weapons sourcebook for the entire Chronicles of Darkness line.
That’s a US$145.50 retail value, enough to buy a lot of sharpened stakes and ammo from Task Force: VALKYRIE’s Advanced Armory. Ten percent of each payment (after gateway fees) went to this offer’s designated charity, the RPG Creators Relief Fund. The RCRF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization founded to provide financial assistance to tabletop roleplaying game creators suffering hardship due to medical emergencies, natural disasters, and other catastrophic situations.