The newest Bundle of Holding features Frank Chadwick’s classic GDW roleplaying game Space:1889. For $9.95 you’ll receive the nine original GDW releases while a payment of $25.15 will score you the ten additional Space: 1889 releases from Clockwork Publishing. The savings run through August 24 and ten percent of your payment (after gateway fees) will be donated to this offer’s pandemic-related charity, Direct Relief.
About the bundle:
Take note, ethernaut! This all-new Space: 1889 Odysseys Bundle is one of two offers now in progress featuring the proto-steampunk tabletop roleplaying game of Victorian-era planetary adventure, Space: 1889. Climb aboard your ether flyer and sail into a spacefaring past that never was, to see the cloudships and canals of the dying planet Mars, the dinosaurs of the Venusian swamps, and the World River that encircles Mercury. This new Odysseys offer brings you the entire original 1990s Space: 1889 RPG line from GDW, along with many recent sourcebooks and adventures for the 2014 Clockwork Publishing line. It’s everything you need for a complete campaign of other-worldly adventure across Her Majesty’s Solar System.
For just US$9.95 you get all nine titles in this offer’s GDW Collection (retail value $49) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including the complete 225-page GDW Space: 1889 core rulebook (the 2000 Heliograph reprint of the 1988 original); the gazetter Conklin’s Atlas of the Worlds; the Soldier’s Companion miniatures skirmish rules; the adventure collections Tales From the Ether and More Tales From the Ether; the complete campaign adventure Canal Priests of Mars in its restored Heliograph edition; and three Martian odysseys from the GDW days: Beastmen, Caravans, and Steppelords of Mars.
And if you pay more than this offer’s threshold price of $25.15, you’ll level up and also get this offer’s entire Clockwork Collection with ten more titles worth an additional $58.50, including Clockwork Publishing’s comprehensive Mars and Mercury Sourcebooks plus no less than seven full-length adventures — in versions for both Ubiquity and Pinnacle Entertainment’s fast-furious-fun Savage Worlds Explorer Edition rules.