I’ve started to peak at the popular Schwalb Entertainment fantasy/horror roleplaying game Shadow of the Demon Lord (look for a review of the core book soon) and just learned Bundle of Holding is currently running a special with plenty of SotDL content. Act fast as the bundle is only available through June 12th. For $13.95 you can get the four volume starter collection and, for a donation of $26.10 or more, you can score seven more PDFs.
About the bundle:
Adventurer! Our fellowship of Unholy Champions brings you the Shadow of the Demon Lord Bundle, featuring Shadow of the Demon Lord, Robert J. Schwalb’s tabletop fantasy roleplaying game of grim heroism against a cosmic destroyer. In this fast-playing, low-prep March 2015 Kickstarter triumph, desperate heroes battle strange magic, unhinged cultists, and roaming mobs of undead while humanity’s last great empire slides toward oblivion. If you love Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, the Ravenloft and Midnight settings, Joe Abercrombie’s The First Law novels, or heavy metal music, get this bargain-priced collection of DRM-free .PDF ebooks and confront the Void That Hungers — or, as star designer Kenneth Hite describes it, “Pure Spikey Caustic Red-Hot Squirming Deliquescing Rugose Gonna-Bite-Your-Fingers-Off Horned Fetid Monstrous EVIL.”
For just US$13.95 you get all four titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $44), including the complete 278-page Shadow of the Demon Lord corebook (retail price $20), the Demon Lord’s Companion (retail $10), the Uncertain Faith sourcebook of divine magic (retail $12), and the fine introductory adventure Dark Deeds in Last Hope (retail $2).
And if you pay more than the threshold price of $26.10, you’ll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection with seven more delicious gobbets of evil worth an additional $66. What’s in these supplements? The titles speak for themselves: Hunger in the Void (retail $12), Tombs of the Desolation (retail $10), A Glorious Death (retail $10), Terrible Beauty (retail $12), and Exquisite Agony (retail $10). NEW! We’ve just added Tales of the Demon Lord (retail $10), a collection of 11 low-prep adventures across the Northern Reach. NEWER! The Demon Lord Screen (retail $2) has all the charts you need.
Still not sold? Read The Dread Gazebo’s “10 Great Reasons Why You Should Give Shadow of the Demon Lord a Try,” and see the extravagant praise this offer has received on Reddit’s /rpg subreddit and the RPG.net forums.
Ten percent of your payment (after payment gateway fees) will be donated to the charity designated by Shadow of the Demon Lord designer Robert J. Schwalb, the Wildlife Conservation Society.