Newest Bundle of Holding – Revived One-Roll Engine Bundle – January 13, 2022

Newest Bundle of Holding Revived One-Roll Engine Bundle Here’s the Wikipedia article on the system: Ends January 26, 2022.


Through Wednesday, January 26 we revive the July 2014 One-Roll Engine Bundle, a diverse collection of superheroic settings that use the One-Roll Engine game system by Greg (Unknown Armies) Stolze and Dennis (Delta Green) Detwiller, published by Arc Dream Publishing.

As shown in Arc Dream’s tutorial, ORE lets you toss a handful of ten-sided dice and use the roll’s Width (number of matching results) and Height (the value on the matching dice) to quickly determine degrees of success, initiative order, hit location, and damage. It’s easy yet surprisingly versatile.

Though technically a generic system, ORE really shines in superheroic action. GODLIKE puts supers into WWII, but without the spandex and pulp sensibilities — war, after all, is hell. eCollapse brings supers into a near-future dystopia. This Favored Land explores a US Civil War with Talents. Grim War brings dangerous summoning magic. Better Angels even casts players as supervillains, who struggle against internal demons — literal demons — that grant them power at a high price.

This bargain-priced revival once again gives you everything you need to start your own One-Roll campaign. Learn more about the lineup at the official Bundle of Holding blog, Beyond the Bundle, or at the r/bundleofholding subreddit.

Roll up, roll up! This revived One-Roll Engine Bundle is waiting to take you away — before the offer itself flies off Wednesday, January 26.


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7 Responses to Newest Bundle of Holding – Revived One-Roll Engine Bundle – January 13, 2022

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Hope you are doing well

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    • I am. How about you and your family?

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        We are doing fine! Kids seem to grow up too fast. Thanks for asking

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      • My daughter will be 35 next month. I still remember celebrating her half birtrhdays in October as she was 6 weeks premie. I remember things the ER should have asked, but didn’t know they shoulld be asking them. We were kicked out after an hour, didn’t know the term crowning, but they put the monitor on her and said she wasn’t in labor. It was back labor that often doesn’t show up on the monitor. I told the nurse to look down there and if she thought we needed to leave, I wanted a supervisor. Once she looked down there, she decided to keep her. It took the delivery doctor 2 hours to make an appearance. Once he was there, delivery happened within minutes. I still remember visiting our daughter in the NICU for 5 weeks. Thankfully, the local AFB was allowing civilian babies although we were warned if they needed the bed for a military baby, she would get booted out. She was in the AFB hospital for a week, then spent the next 4 weeks at my birth hospital.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        I’m about your daughter’s age. Wow thanks for sharing that, can’t imagine going through as I never had that happen and it is emotional just reading it

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      • I just glad it turned out well. I still celebrate her half-birthdays. She wasn’t retaining heat so they put her under a lamp to keep her heated. It was funny as they kept her on an inclined incubator and she would scoot down. Her birth weight and birthdate were the same 4/14. She was thin, about 21″ long. For the first year, we had friends who made doll clothes for her as she was too small for regular clothes. We did have to get premie diapers which were hard to find back then.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        Wow doll clothes…oh so precious, a premie

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