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Feng Shui 2 – all-new kickass movie action

Feng Shui 2 – all-new kickass movie action

Monday 2 April 2018
In April 2018 we presented the Feng Shui 2 Bundle featuring the 2015 Second Edition of Hong Kong movie action RPG Feng Shui from Atlas Games. Designed by Robin D. Laws (Cthulhu Confidential, Hillfolk, GUMSHOE), Feng Shui 2 hits you with ancient sorcerers, transformed animals, control-freak Shaolin monks, and cyborg apes. Armed with the secrets of feng shui, they aim to conquer the past, present, and future. Only you have the guts, guns, and flying feet to stop them.

Leap off buildings, sword-fight across treetops, and have running gun-battles through the Underworld in a desperate race to keep history itself from being rewritten. Discover your sworn enemy is your long-lost sister, swear vengeance for the fallen noodle-boy caught in the crossfire, and kill a lot of kill-worthy dudes to earn one more bounty so you can buy that nightclub singer new corneas. Kick butt! Blow things up! Save the world! Kiii-yaaah!

We presented the first edition of Feng Shui and four of its supplements in a quick five-day offer way back in October 2013. This all-new, bargain-priced collection had many 2E books funded in Atlas’s triumphant September 2014 Feng Shui 2 Kickstarter campaign, along with half a dozen First Edition supplements not included in the previous offer.

There were four titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $40), including the complete full-color Feng Shui 2E corebook (plus the free Red Packet Rumble demo pack), the introductory scenario and quickstart rules set Hong Kong Task Force Double Eight, the updated adventure Burning Shaolin Redux, and the First Edition creature collection Glimpse of the Abyss.

Those who paid more than the threshold (average) price also got our entire Bonus Collection with eight more supplements worth an additional $81, including the 2E Secrets of the Chi War, five 1E Faction sourcebooks (Blood of the Valiant, Elevator to the Netherworld, Seal of the Wheel, Thorns of the Lotus, and Gorilla Warfare), and the Game Master Screen with its 32-page insert book, A Fistful of Fight Scenes. After launch we added Blowing Up the Movies, a 144-page analysis by Robin Laws of two dozen action films and the lessons they can teach Feng Shui Game Masters.

Ten percent of each payment (after gateway fees) went to this offer’s designated charity, the National Film Preservation Foundation. A nonprofit organization created by Congress to help save America’s film heritage, the National Film Preservation Foundation support activities nationwide that preserve American films and improve film access for study, education, and exhibition.