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Crowdfunding by past Bundle contributors – March 2018

If you bought our September 2015 Apocalypse Engine Bundle, you got the preliminary “Ashcan Edition” of Cartel, a Mexican narcofiction RPG from Magpie Games in which players portray bold narcos, naive spouses, and dirty cops caught up in Mexico’s eternal

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Crowdfunding by past Bundle contributors – Feb 2018

Kickstarters Cogs and Commissars: The Revolution Will Be Mechanized (Atlas Games) Fate Dice and Fate Points accessories for Fate Core (Evil Hat Productions) Kung Fu Animals (Save the World) (Jason L. Blair) The Princess Bride Roleplaying Game (Grey Ghost Games)

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Crowdfunding by Bundle contributors – Nov 2017

If you got our popular March 2017 offer of Onyx Path Publishing’s Changeling: The Lost, you probably already know about the Changeling: The Lost Second Edition Kickstarter that launched yesterday and funded with hours. Have you grabbed our Old School

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Crowdfunding by Bundle contributors – Sept 2017

If you bought our two Numenera Bundles this past July, you probably already know about the Numenera 2: Discovery and Destiny Kickstarter campaign to fund two new corebooks for Numenera from Monte Cook Games. Numenera Discovery revises the original Numenera

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Crowdfunding by Bundle contributors – Aug 2017

Research librarian Jess Nevins has started a Patreon campaign to fund his marvelous weekly essays on the obscure corners of history and 19th- and 20th-Century pop culture. If you’ve enjoyed his Encyclopedias of Fantastic Victoriana or Pulp Heroes, his io9

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Crowdfunding by Bundle contributors – Jan 2017

Middarmark is The Burning Wheel’s new campaign world of perilous adventure for the Torchbearer RPG (from our November 2014 Indie Cornucopia +2). Kobold Press is funding a new edition of its Midgard Campaign Setting, which we showcased in our July

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Crowdfunding campaigns by Bundle contributors – March 2015

Just three days left to pledge to the Kickstarter for Don’t Turn Your Back, “a worker placement/deck-builder board game set in a city of Nightmares,” from Evil Hat Productions. You’ll recognize the setting of Don’t Turn Your Back from the

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