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Worldbuilder’s Toolkit +5 – through Mon 04 December

Worldbuilder’s Toolkit +5 – through Mon 04 December

by Tuesday 14 November 2017 2 comments
Through Monday, December 4 we present the all-new Worldbuilder’s Toolkit +5, our fifth annual bargain-priced collection of gamemastering ebooks that help you design RPG campaign settings and run adventures. Pay just US$12.95 to get all three titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $51) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks: And if you pay more than the threshold (average) price, which is set at $24.95 to start, you’ll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection with four more titles worth an additional $70.50:
  • Ultimate Toolbox (Alderac Entertainment, retail $30): Four hundred pages, that’s 400 pages, of tables and adventure seeds for any fantasy game system.
  • Kobold Guide to Plots & Campaigns (Kobold Press, retail $10): Nineteen essays by 13 expert gamemasters including Jeff Grubb, Zeb Cook, Margaret Weis, Robert Schwalb, and many more.
  • Palladium Compendium of Weapons, Armour, & Castles (Palladium Books, retail $12.50): This 232-page Fifth Printing (1999) of the classic 1981 treatise debuts here in electronic form as a brand-new .PDF with searchable text. This Compendium is currently available only in this offer and nowhere else.
  • NEW! Hand-Drawn City Maps (retail $18): Cartographer Alyssa Faden provides this exclusive collection of beautiful full-color city maps. (See some of these maps in Alyssa’s Cartographers’ Guild portfolio.)
Embark on your own new adventure with this Worldbuilder’s Toolkit +5 before the offer ends Monday, December 4.

http://bundleofholding.com/presents/Worldbuilders5

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  1. #1 Ian 16 November, 2017, 10:20

    Is there a way to choose an alternative charity? There are multiple problems with Heifer International, both in principle and practice.

    Whether or not you agree in principle with “gifting” other animals, Heifer International’s programmes aren’t always what people in developing countries actually need.

    There’s a more detailed critique at this link, from a development charity that disagrees in principle:
    http://awfw.org/no-animal-gifts/

    And here’s from a charity evaluator who has no in-principle issue, but has more practical concerns:
    https://blog.givewell.org/category/heifer-international/

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    • Bundle Operator Author 16 November, 2017, 10:34

      Contact me (allenvarney (at) Gmail) with the offer you bought and the amount you paid, and ask that the charity portion of your payment be designated for the contributors instead.

      That is eye-opening material about Heifer International. I’ll think carefully before donating to them again.

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