A repeated offer from a couple of years ago, assorted plans for RPGs
"Revived from January 2018, this offer once again a gigantic collection of RPG maps and bestselling blueprints from 0one Games. These blueprints enhance any medieval fantasy campaign with beautifully drafted castles, crypts, taverns, dockyards, towers, islands, pirate lairs, drow strongholds, Wild West frontier towns, and even Jules Verne's Nautilussubmarine. These interactive .PDFs let you show or hide grids (both square and hexagonal), show or hide room numbers, show walls as outlines or filled, show or hide doors and furniture, orient the compass rose, change print options, and make other customizations, depending on the kind of map.
We provide each map complete in .PDF (Portable Document Format). Like all Bundle of Holding titles, these files have NO DRM (Digital Restrictions Management), and our customers are entitled to move them freely among all their devices. The interactive features require the free Adobe Reader.
Ten percent of each purchase (after gateway fees) goes to this offer's pandemic-related charity, Direct Relief. Direct Relief gets protective gear and critical care medications to health workers, with emergency deliveries to medical facilities across the US and to regional response agencies across the world.
The total retail value of the map sets in this offer is US$111.50. Customers who pay just US$12.95 get all nine map sets in our Starter Collection (retail value $51.50) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including seven sets of Great City ward blueprints (The Great City set itself plus Army, Castle, Dock, Residence, Temple, and Trades Ward sets -- total retail price $11.50) and the giant Crimson Sea and Ironhill Citadel map collections (retail $20 apiece).
Those who pay more than this offer's threshold (average) price, which is set at $24.95 to start, also get this offer's entire Bonus Collection with thirteen more titles worth an additional $60,including the Wild West frontier town and Drow City series; seven more sets of Great City blueprints (Cold Crypts, Cutthroat's Alley, Graveyard, Hope Park, Marketplace, Prophet's Court, and The Saltshacks); and four modern-day "Deep Blues" maps: the Nautilus, Airship, 221B Baker Street, a 38-page view of Holmes's home, and Victorian House, a classic four-storey house popular circa 1837-1901, perfect for Lovecraftian or modern horror.
Last time I said
This looks like a fun collection - for obvious reasons I'm most interested in the Victorian and Steampunk bits, but depending on the type of game you run some or all of it may be useful. That's assuming that you don't make your own plans, of course! Annoyingly, the bit I'd most like to talk about is a surprise item that will be added later [the 221b Baker Street plans], but the Nautilus and Airship are fun too. Having made quite a few plans over the years I appreciate the huge amount of work that must have gone into them, and I think that they're reasonably good value. But since I'm actually only going to be downloading two or three, and don't have to pay, I may be biased.
I don't see any reason to change this.
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