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Score Monstrous Savings with ‘The Mutant Epoch’ Bundle of Holding

The Mutant Epoch (Outland Arts)Fans of gonzo post-apocalyptic roleplaying will want to take note of the latest offering from Bundle of Holding. Featured for massive savings is William McAusland’s The Mutant Epoch Bundle from Outland Arts. For the next sixteen days you can get started gaming in the irradiated 24th century for as little as $7.95, while ten percent of the sale (minus gateway fees) will benefit Doctors Without Borders.

About the bundle:

Adventurer! The Mutant Epoch Bundle presents William McAusland’s gonzo post-apocalyptic tabletop roleplaying game The Mutant Epoch from Outland Arts. In the twisted future of 24th-Century America, engineered humans form “dig teams” with Aberrationist mutants, free-willed android mercenaries, and self-aware robots to uncover relic treasures in Ancient ruins. Through force of arms these excavators survive against barbaric skullocks, warmorts, moaners, reptili, and bipedal rats. Grab your gasmask, knee pads, crossbow, and junk armor, and answer the pleas of hard-pressed humanity in a world of post-apocalypse adventure.

For just US$7.95 you get all three titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $40) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including the complete The Mutant Epoch Hub Rules (core rulebook), the Crossroads Region Gazetteer, and Mutant Bestiary One.

And if you pay more than the threshold price of $18.51, you’ll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection with five more sourcebooks and scenarios worth an additional $49, including the location guide Pitford: Gateway to the Ruins, the Creatures of the Apocalypse Codex, the adventures The Mall of Doom and Beyond Red Crater, and Excavator Monthly Compendium.

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