Latest Bundle of Holding – Fellowship Bundle – http://bundleofholding.com/presents/Fellowship. \ I am not familiar with this Role-Playing Game (RPG) so I checked Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apocalypse_World. It’s a post-Apocalypse Role-Playing Game (RPG). It was a Kickstarter campaign in 2016: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/226674021/apocalypse-world-2nd-edition/description
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Through MONDAY, JULY 6 the Fellowship Bundle sends you on an epic quest to stop an Overlord’s world-destroying scheme
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A SINCERE OFFER OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP
Through Monday, July 6 we present the Fellowship Bundle, featuring Jacob Randolph’s Apocalypse Engine FRPG of heroism against world-shattering odds, Fellowship. In Fellowship one player becomes the Overlord, bent on world destruction. The other player characters form a coalition of heroes who undertake a perilous journey to save the day.
Adapting the simple and flexible Apocalypse Engine system (also used in Dungeon World), Fellowship lets you enact your own epic adventure a la The Lord of the Rings or Avatar: The Last Airbender. As a member of the fellowship, you have a unique playbook (Dwarf, Elf, Halfling, Heir, Orc, Squire, Heir, Harbinger) that defines your Moves and abilities. You play as the hero of your people, and you have full control in defining them. When you play as the Elf, you decide what Elves are, what their culture is like, what they value and desire, and their relationship with the world. When someone asks about the Elves, all eyes turn to you for the answer.
The Overlord has a special playbook with an agenda, armies, bonds, gears, foibles, and “My Only Weakness.” During play the Overlord can level up like the heroes, and gains powerful custom moves like “Fear Me,” “And in the Darkness Bind Them,” and “You’ve Met With a Terrible Fate, Haven’t You?” (which lets you curse a hero). The Book 2 expansion Inverse Fellowship (based on Jacob’s Inverse World campaign for Dungeon World) replaces the Overlord with the Horizon, for adventures of exploration in a dangerous otherworld. This year Jacob released Fellowship Book 3: In Rebellion, which establishes a fascist Empire the players try to overthrow.
Want to hear a Fellowship game? Jacob is editor and gamemaster of the long-running Actual Play podcast Six Feats Under. In 2017 he ran a 17-episode Fellowship Actual-Play podcast, “To Winter’s End,” and has followed it with several sequels supported by the Six Feats Under Patreon campaign.
This bargain-priced offer presents the 2019 Second Edition of Fellowship plus both its supplements. (We presented Fellowship First Edition in the November 2016 Indie Cornucopia 4.) This offer also includes many of Jacob’s popular Dungeon World playbooks that are compatible with Fellowship. Pay just US$7.95 to get all six titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $30) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including the complete Fellowship Second Edition core rulebook (2019); Jacob Randolph’s first set of Dungeon World Alternative Playbooks with The Mage, the Priest, the Templar, and the Artificer; and four more DW playbooks: Cultist, Dashing Hero, Spellsword, and Witch.
And if you pay more than the threshold (average) price, which is set at $17.95 to start, you’ll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection with eight more titles worth an additional $48.50, including Fellowship Book 2 – Inverse Fellowship and Book 3 – In Rebellion; five more DW playbooks with Jacob’s revisions of his Mage playbook; and Creatures of the Night, with “Advanced Playbooks” that turn your existing character into a vampire, werewolf, or ghoul.
Ten percent of your payment (after gateway fees) goes to this offer’s designated charity, Human Rights Watch.
Be a jolly good fellow and get this Fellowship Bundle before it sets off into the wilderness Monday, July 6.
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