Colonial Gothic Bundle of Holding Update – July 9, 2019

I missed this when I posted the original post, New Bundle of Holding Offers and Interesting Update from Bundle of Holding – July 4, 2019, but noticed it when I added the information to the Gaming Sunday post recently. I want to thank Rogue Games for donating their portion of the sales to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: https://afsp.org/.

As someone who has had a few family members commit suicide as well as some close friends and colleagues,and as someone who has experienced severe enough depression to understand why some people choose that route, I also realize why such a solution is not the best way. I have also experienced severe pain, ranging from migraines, A. S. (Ankylosing Spondylitis (A. S.) and Me) to sinus infections and other medical conditions that brought me to the edge of my pain threshold. I thank the Lord that He gave me such a high pain tolerance.

The entire Rogue Games share of this offer’s proceeds will be donated to the charity selected by Rogue Games owner Richard Iorio II, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. “Over the weekend of June 12-14, 2015 I lost three friends in succession to suicide,” Richard writes. “The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention helps you understand why this event happened and, more important, they offer comfort. They cannot take away the pain, but they can help you deal with it.” Richard wrote about the AFSP on the Beyond the Bundle blog.

The below is a partial copy/paste from the July 4, 2019 link above –

Colonial Gothic https://bundleofholding.com/presents/Colonial2019

Hero! Again we mark America’s Independence Day holiday (with Canada Day in recent memory) with the second revival of our July 2017 Colonial Gothic Bundle, featuring the supernatural flintlock-horror tabletop roleplaying game from Rogue Games. Uncover the secret history of America’s 18th-Century frontier, where monsters stalk the woods and ghosts haunt every sleepy hollow. This bargain-priced revival once again brings you much of the Colonial Gothic gaming line — everything you need for a complete campaign of magic and mayhem in the shadows of early America. For this revival, CG designer Richard Iorio has generously added his new, just-published RPG of magical innocence, Fairyland — and all previous purchasers of this Colonial Gothic Bundle during its two earlier runs also receive the new game automatically on their Wizard’s Cabinet download page.For just US$$7.95 you get all eight titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $$47) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including the complete Colonial Gothic Third Edition rulebook; three essential supplements (Gamemaster, Adventure, and The Player Companion); the adventures The Landlord’s Daughter and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow; the Colonial Gothic Gamemaster Screen; and the 174-page Beginnings adventure that kicks off the Flames of Freedom campaign about the American Revolution.And if you pay more than the threshold price, which started at $17.76 (hah!) and now stands at $$18.16, you’ll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection with ten more titles worth an additional $$77:

  • Fairyland: The brand-new RPG of adventures out of Hans Christian Andersen and the Brothers Grimm.
  • Colonial Gothic Atlas: A comprehensive 290-page guide to the Thirteen Colonies, the Province of Maine, New France, the Caribbean Islands, and East and West Florida.
  • Five sourcebooks and setting guides: The Grimoire, Bestiary, The Templars, Settings, and The French & Indian War (retail $8).
  • Lovecraft: Bring the Cthulhu Mythos onto the American frontier.
  • Journey to Norumbega: A Lovecraftian mega-adventure set in the pre-colonial New World well before the American Revolution
  • The Defeated Dead A ghost story of vengeful soldiers at the site of the US Army’s greatest defeat.

Learn more about our offers at our official blog, Beyond the Bundle.

The Good Fight
The entire Rogue Games share of this offer’s proceeds will be donated to the charity selected by Rogue Games owner Richard Iorio II, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. “Over the weekend of June 12-14, 2015 I lost three friends in succession to suicide,” Richard writes. “The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention helps you understand why this event happened and, more important, they offer comfort. They cannot take away the pain, but they can help you deal with it.” Richard wrote about the AFSP on the Beyond the Bundle blog.

 

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