The Dark Eye FRPG – through Mon 19 Febby Bundle Operator Tuesday 30 January 2018 0 comments
(The Dark Eye derives its name from the most intriguing magical artifacts in Aventuria — the Dark Eyes. These rare and powerful magical items, constructed from raw meteoritic iron, let users view faraway places and glimpse scenes from the distant past.)
Ulisses funded new English translations of much of the Dark Eye product line in a spectacular May 2016 Kickstarter campaign. Now this bargain-priced offer gives you everything you need to explore Aventuria, a rich and believable setting inspired by Europe’s medieval lore, forbidding landscapes, and fairytale castles.
Pay just US$9.95 to get all five titles in our Player Collection (retail value $46.50) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks: the complete full-color 418-page The Dark Eye core rulebook (retail price $20) (and the free Quickstart Rules), plus the Aventuria Almanac (retail $10), Aventuria Map Set (retail $10), and the Character Sheets Pack (retail $2.50). NEW! We’ve added The Dark Eye Figure Flats (retail $4), with dozens of full-color trifold print-and-cut miniatures of people, creatures, and monsters.
And if you pay more than the threshold (average) price, which is set at $19.95 to start, you’ll level up and also get our entire Game Master Collection with nine more titles worth an additional $57.50, including the Aventurian Bestiary (retail $10.50), the full-length introductory adventure Revelations From Heaven (retail $10) and three short Heroic Works scenarios (A Goblin More or Less, Kibakadabra, and The Molted Serpent, total retail $13.50), plus The Dark Eye Game Master Screen with its accompanying Inns & Taverns booklet (retail $10). NEW! We’ve added three more short Heroic Works scenarios (total retail $13.50) — The Thorwal Drum, Witch’s Dance, and Emperor of Thieves.
Ten percent of each payment (after gateway fees) is split evenly between the two charities designated by The Dark Eye publisher Ulisses Spiele: Doctors Without Borders and Bärenherz, a local home for terminally ill children in Wiesbaden, Germany.
But the view through this Dark Eye closes when The Dark Eye Bundle ends Monday, February 19.