Two Newest Bundle of Holding Bundles – Knights of the Dinner Table and KoDT More Trouble – March 4, 2020

Bundle of Holding sent the e-mail today. If I read this correctly, these are comic book PDFs. If you previously purchased the May 2018 bundle Bonus Collection, you shouldn’t need to re-purchase it again. Check your files on the site. For the new bundle, you would need to purchase as it’s a new addition. I am not familiar with the comic series, but here’s the Wikipedia article – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knights_of_the_Dinner_Table. I am not a fan of the game HackMaster as the goal of the game was to kill all of the players which is why I never played it.

 Through MONDAY, MARCH 23 get our revived May 2018 Knights of the Dinner Bundle and its all-new companion, KoDT More Trouble

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JOIN US AT THE DINNER TABLE

Hoody hoo! Through Monday, March 23 we present two giant bundles featuring the long-running gaming comic series Knights of the Dinner Table by Jolly R. Blackburn from Kenzer and Company. We’ve revived the May 2018 Knights of the Dinner Bundle — a great introduction to the series — and added an all-new companion offer, KoDT More Trouble.

Jolly Blackburn created Knights of the Dinner Table in 1990 as a filler comic strip for issue #2 of the small-press gaming magazine Shadis, which he published out of a spare bedroom. Jolly didn’t give KoDT much thought, until it quickly became a favorite among readers. The most frequent reaction was, “Those guys remind me of my own group!” Thirty years later, Jolly still draws and writes for the monthly Knights of the Dinner Table magazine. Since he joined Kenzer and Company and formed the KoDT Development Team (Barbara Blackburn, Brian Jelke, and David S. Kenzer), KoDT strips have appeared in seven different magazines and in many limited-series comic books. Throughout this unmatched run, the theme of the strip has held true: Outsiders and loners of all kinds can find friendship and acceptance at the gaming table.

1. KNIGHTS OF THE DINNER BUNDLE [from May 2018]

Revived from May 2018, this bargain-priced Knights of the Dinner Bundle gives you well over a thousand pages of comics that provide an ideal introduction to the 30-year run of Knights of the Dinner Table. Pay just US$9.95 to get all nine titles in this revival’s Starter Collection (retail value $86) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including the first five KoDT Bundle of Trouble omnibus collections that together compile the first 15 issues of Knights of the Dinner Table magazine; three Tales from the Vault collections of scarce early strips from four different magazines; and The CattlePunk Chronicles Volume One: Outlaw Trail.

And if you pay more than this revived offer’s threshold (average) price, which is set at $19.95 to start, you’ll level up and also get this revival’s entire Bonus Collection with eight more comics worth an additional $85, including five more KoDT Bundles of Trouble that collect KoDT issues #16-30; the second CattlePunk Chronicles collection, Four Herdsmen of the Apocalypse; and three standalone books: Men That Hack, The Java Joint, and KoDT Special #1: Last Man Standing.

http://bundleofholding.com/presents/KoDT-2020

2. KoDT MORE TROUBLE [all-new]

Even hoooody hooooo-er! This all-new KoDT More Trouble companion offer adds no less than ten new Bundle of Trouble compilations, all five Black Hands comics, two Tales From the Vault collections, and HackMasters of Everknight, a ten-issue series about the fantasy characters played by the Knights in B. A. Felton’s HackMaster campaign.

Pay just US$9.95 to get all twelve titles in this offer’s Starter Collection (retail value $86) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including five Bundle of Trouble compilations (collecting KoDT issues #36-49), Volumes 4 and 5 of Tales From the Vault, and five issues featuring the Black Hand Gaming Society, the outcast players who hang out in the back room of Weird Pete’s Game Pit.

Pay more than this offer’s threshold ($19.95 to start) and you’ll also get this offer’s entire Bonus Collection with sixteen more titles worth an additional $83, including five more Bundle of Trouble compilations (collecting KoDT issues #50-68), all ten issues of HackMasters of Everknight, and the monumental Bag Wars Saga.

http://bundleofholding.com/presents/MoreKoDT

Ten percent of each payment (after gateway fees) goes to these two Knights of the Dinner Table offers’ designated charity, Ocean Conservancy.

Why root through the back-issue boxes in Weird Pete’s Game Pit when you can get a vast trove of Knights of the Dinner Table right in your Wizard’s Cabinet? Get these two KoDT offers before they end together Monday, March 23.

1. KNIGHTS OF THE DINNER BUNDLE [revived from May 2018]

http://bundleofholding.com/presents/KoDT-2020

2. KoDT MORE TROUBLE [all-new]

http://bundleofholding.com/presents/MoreKoDT

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