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Score Huge Savings with the Fifty-Dungeon Megabundle

Fifty-Dungeon Megabundle promises plenty of D&D adventure

Dungeon Crawl Classics #45: Malice of the Medusa (Goodman Games)Bundle of Holding is currently offering a slew of Goodman Games 3.x D&D adventures in a money saving deal. Get onboard the Fifty-Dungeon Megabundle for $19.95 and score twenty-nine D20 Dungeon Crawl Classics tales or go all in at the current threshold price of $43.54 and score all fifty-eight adventures. These savings run through June 13th and ten percent of your payment (after payment gateway fees) will be donated to the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank.

About the bundle:

Adventurer! This Fifty-Dungeon Megabundle gathers more than four dozen tabletop fantasy roleplaying modules in the original d20 System Dungeon Crawl Classics line from Goodman Games. From 2003 to 2007 Dungeon Crawl Classics captured the Old School Revival spirit in dozens of scenarios published for Dungeons & Dragons 3.x and its successors under the Open Game License. (In 2012 Goodman published a free-standing DCC RPG, which has a separate product line not part of this offer.)

This new Megabundle presents a ton of .PDF ebooks of DCC modules from the entire d20 System line, arranged to ramp smoothly from 1st to 21st level. They all work great with D&D 3.5, Pathfinder, and their descendants. Written by popular designers like Monte Cook (Numenera, Ptolus) and Robert J. Schwalb, (Shadow of the Demon Lord), these DCC adventures are 100% dungeon crawls, with bloody combat, intriguing mazes, and no NPCs who aren’t meant to be killed. The monsters you fear, the traps you dread, and the secret doors you know must be there somewhere — they’re all here, all of them, plus the Castle Whiterock campaign, the Gazeteer of the Known Realms setting books, and play aids — an incredible value for a spectacular bargain price.

For just US$19.95 you get all twenty-nine titles in our Low-Level Collection (retail value $207) as DRM-free ebooks, including — wow, let’s see — the two 20-adventure compilations The Adventure Begins and The Adventure Continues, plus ten modules for 1st-level player characters, thirteen adventures for levels 3-6, and four play aids (Dungeon Geomorphs, Interludes, the DM Screen, and Treasure Maps). These alone can occupy the busiest group of players for years.

And if you pay more than the threshold price of $42.95, you’ll level up and also get our entire High-Level Collection with twenty-nine more titles worth an additional $281, including the six-module Saga of the Dragon Cult, eight adventures for levels 7-9, eleven high-level epics for levels 10 through 21, the Gazetteer of the Known Realms setting, and the complete 700-page Castle Whiterock campaign supplement.

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