Paizo Inc and Humble Bundle have teamed up once again to bring you a fantastic money savings offer on first edition Pathfinder monster related releases. The Pathfinder Monster Lore Bundle features PDFs valued at $338.00 for as little as $18.00. You can jump aboard starting at the $5.00 donation level and this bundle benefits ComicBooks for Kids! through January 4th.
About the bundle from the Paizo blog:
Our newest Humble Bundle is here to help you deepen your knowledge of Pathfinder monster lore!
What is Humble Bundle?
Humble Bundle sells games, ebooks, software, and other digital content. Their mission is to support charity while providing awesome content to customers at great prices. They launched in 2010 with a single two-week Humble Indie Bundle, but have humbly grown into a store full of games and bundles, a subscription service, a game publisher, and more.
How It Works
1. PAY WHAT YOU WANT
The core of the bundle “philosophy” is flexible pricing. When you buy a bundle, you can choose the price you want to pay. You can even choose how your money is divided – between Paizo, charity, Humble Partners, and Humble Bundle.
2. CONTRIBUTE TO CHARITY
Every type of product they sell contributes a portion of proceeds to charity. On many products, you can allocate part (or even all!) of your purchase to a charity of your choice. Learn more on our Charities page.
When you purchase something on Humble Bundle, you’ll get a key to redeem a digital product on paizo.com.
Pathfinder has a new edition, but the lore of the world we have created for more than a decade is still valid and vibrant. This is your chance to dig into the Pathfinder archives and pull forth character and adventure threads that are still ripe for development. Get official Pathfinder ebooks and PDFs like Dragonslayer’s Handbook, Dungeon Denizens Revisited, Hell Unleashed, Mystery Monsters Revisited, and Monster Summoner’s Handbook.
Plus, your purchase will support ComicBooks For Kids whose mission is to make sure that every child in a hospital or cancer center has a comic book. Of course, not all comic books are right for kids, so they have a sister program called ComicBooks For Troops providing no charge comic books to all branches of the military. It is one great nonprofit with two great programs!