Yet more offers from the Bundle of Holding people.
The first is a re-run of their last Traveller RPG offer from July, the second is the rest of the classic Traveller system that wasn't in the previous offer, a LOT of stuff including a couple of books so obscure or badly distributed that I've never owned them.
The first one:
Traveller is the classic SF RPG, the second RPG I ever played or wrote for, and still holds up pretty well. This one is big - a huge collection of the original rulebooks etc from 1981 onwards, in PDF form:
STARTER COLLECTION ($5.95 - retail value $31):
The way that this works is that the sooner you buy this, the cheaper the bonus collection. 10% of the profit will be going to Heifer International, a charity which helps 3rd world farmers get cows etc., see their web site for details.
The second offer is the rest of the original Black Book supplements:
"This new LBB-2 collection is one of two simultaneous offers of classic Traveller ebooks from the 1970s and '80s. These books presented the leading SFRPG in its pure original form: the "Little Black Books," half-size manuals with elegant black cover designs. Published by GDW in 1977 (revised 1981), the first three densely packed LBBs launched hundreds of thousands of spacefaring campaigns across the star-spanning Imperium. Five rules expansions and a trove of supplements and adventures all sported the familar black design.
We provide each ebook complete in .PDF (Portable Document Format). Like all Bundle of Holding titles, these books have NO DRM (Digital Restrictions Management), and our customers are entitled to move them freely among all their ereaders.
Ten percent of each purchase (after gateway fees) goes to this offer's designated charity, Heifer International.
The total retail value of the titles in this LBB-2 offer is US$105. Customers who pay just $7.95 get all 17 titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $54) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks:
Usual caveat - I'm getting this stuff free (or rather, I'm getting the couple that I haven't already got free), which is an obvious cause of bias. But if one of these offers came along and I thought it wasn't good I'd say so!
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