Through Monday, July 25 we present the all-new Amazing Adventures 5E Bundle featuring the current (2020) edition of Amazing Adventures, the Troll Lord Games multi-genre RPG based on the D&D Fifth Edition rules.
The Amazing Adventures first edition rulebook (2018) (part of our May 2016 Pulp Adventure Bundle) focused on 1930s action using Troll Lord’s SIEGE Engine house system, the basis of Castles & Crusades. This new 2020 edition, completely compatible with D&D Fifth Edition, comes from Troll Lord staff writer Jason Vey (Night Shift), whose Twitter bio reads “That #TTRPG designer with decades of solid sales and successful games who you’ve still never heard of.”
Now equipped for modern or futuristic scenarios in many genres, Amazing Adventures 5E lets you run anything from 1930s pulp adventure to modern urban fantasy, cyberpunk corporate raiding to space opera. New character classes include Arcanist, Gadgeteer, Gumshoe, Hallowed, Hooligan, Mentalist, Occultist, Pugilist, Raider, and Socialite. AA5E adds new systems for vehicle combat, firearms (two sets of rules to suit your taste for complexity), cinematic unarmed slugfests, psionics, modern toolkits and adventuring packs, science fiction weapons, and a bestiary of creatures mundane, supernatural, and alien. This 5E rulebook is a toolkit to build any style of play you like.
Pay just US$9.95 to get all four titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $41) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including the complete Amazing Adventures 5E core rulebook (and the Character Journal), the campaign sourcebook The Brotherhood of William St. John, and the location sandbox Ruins of Ends Meet.
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 four more adventures worth an additional $34, including Rise of the Red God and Rings of the Red God, the Deeper Dark Trilogy, and Day of the Worm.
This Amazing Adventures offer escapes the Cult of Sang-Xiu through a Ring of Brass, moments ahead of the High Priest of Ornduhl’s deadly assault, only to become stranded on the Island of the Lost and face weird ululating austroraptors at the Temple of the Red God Monday, July 25.
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