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F. Douglas Wall
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DunDraCon 2015 Day 3
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was one thing that I failed to mention about yesterday, which was the
seminars. Aside from the Buyer's Bazaar, that's one of the big things
to do on a Con Friday. I attempted to attend 2 seminars yesterday, but
both of them went somewhat wrong. The
fi...
There was one thing that I failed to mention about yesterday, which was the seminars. Aside from the Buyer's Bazaar, that's one of the big things to do on a Con Friday. I attempted to attend 2 seminars yesterday, but both of ...
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DunDraCon 2015 Day 1
No, the convention hasn't started early. This is just me trying to get back into a blogging groove by writing about my annual convention adventure as it happens. This is the second year that I've had a laptop that has been able to travel with me, and free w...
No, the convention hasn't started early. This is just me trying to get back into a blogging groove by writing about my annual convention adventure as it happens. This is the second year that I've had a laptop that has been ab...
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A whole Bundle of RPGs for kids!
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You might or might not have gotten what I was hinting at in my last blog post, but now that it's live, I think it's safe to just tell you. The Bundle of Holding is doing a revival of the Family Friendly Bundle that I particip...
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Happy Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday
First of all, an update on something that I mentioned in my last blog post. Adventures in Oz: Fantasy Roleplaying Beyond the Yellow Brick Road is now available for sale at Indie Press Revolution . And for those of you who would rather support your Friendly ...
First of all, an update on something that I mentioned in my last blog post. Adventures in Oz: Fantasy Roleplaying Beyond the Yellow Brick Road is now available for sale at Indie Press Revolution. And for those of you who woul...
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DunDraCon Days 4 & 5
The past few days have been so packed that I haven't been able to take the time to tell you about it. When last we left our intrepid hero, he was just about to run his adventure for the Teen Room. When I got there (yeah, I know. As fun as that opening line ...
The past few days have been so packed that I haven't been able to take the time to tell you about it. When last we left our intrepid hero, he was just about to run his adventure for the Teen Room. When I got there (yeah, I kn...
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I am very thankful that you showed up to my game on Saturday. I hope you had a good time. The overall attitude of the players was positive. It seemed to me that the players had fun, therefore I had fun. Hurrah !!
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DunDraCon 2015 Day 2
The first official day of the con. It was an easy morning. Coffee and pastries from a coffee shop is a pretty nice breakfast. If only we could do it every day. The Best Western was only a few blocks from the transit center, which is where we had gotten off ...
The first official day of the con. It was an easy morning. Coffee and pastries from a coffee shop is a pretty nice breakfast. If only we could do it every day. The Best Western was only a few blocks from the transit center, w...
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The Bundle of Holding is a great place to pick up lots of cool games for a good price. Pay the base price (from $5-7 depending on the Bundle) for the base collection or beat the average price (they start around $15, but that goes up as people buy) for the bonus titles. You can even give bundles as gifts, and a portion of every purchase goes to charity.
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Through Friday, January 2 -- the new year! -- we resurrect our Family-Friendly RPGs collection from last December. These are easy, fast-playing, colorful tabletop RPGs especially designed to bring new young players into the roleplaying hobby. Some of these games are designed for parents to play with their kids; others are simple enough to hand off to the kids and let them teach themselves.

For just US$6.95, you get all four games in our starter collection (retail value $36):

- Hero Kids (retail $6): An ideal introduction to fantasy roleplaying for children aged 4 to 10.
- Mermaid Adventures (retail $10): Exciting undersea adventures and strange mysteries. Includes a coloring book! (Ages 6-11.) - The Princes' Kingdom (retail $10): Young heirs to the throne of Islandia, visiting the citizens of their land and solving problems. (Ages 5+, plus an adult.)
- Happy Birthday, Robot! (retail $10): The charming storytelling game by Daniel Solis for families or classrooms. (Ages 9+ -- and especially good for grownups.)

And if you pay more than the threshold price (starting at $13.95), you'll LEVEL UP and get our complete collection of five bonus games worth another $54:

- Adventures in Oz - Fantasy Roleplaying Beyond the Yellow Brick Road (retail $7): A loving journey into the lands of L. Frank Baum. (Ages 8+.)
- Camp Myth: The RPG (retail $10): Third Eye's adaptation of the Chris Lewis Carter YA novel series about mythic creatures at summer camp. (Ages 8-13.) - Project Ninja Panda Taco (retail $12): Jennifer (Jennisodes) Steen's game of competing Masterminds and their biddable Minions. (Ages 8+.)
- School Daze (retail $10): It's high school the way you wish it could be. (Ages 13+.)
- The Zorcerer of Zo (retail $15): Chad Underkoffler's classic game of fairy tales set in the Zantabulous Land of Zo. (Ages 5+.)

If you paid full price for all these .PDFs, you'd spend $90! Ten percent of your payment (after payment gateway fees)is split equally between the two international charities chosen by our indie designers: Save the Children and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

The starting threshold price of this Family-Friendly RPGs collection is weighted to keep it from rising too fast. The sooner you buy, the lower the threshold, and the cheaper the bonus games. And you can give a Bundle of Holding as a gift -- either a generic gift code good for any one bundle, or a gift download link for this specific bundle that's good even after the offer ends. These .PDFs make great gifts for the holidays or any time of year -- there's never a bad time to introduce a young person to roleplaying!

This Family-Friendly RPGs collection is one of five current Bundle of Holding offers! It ends Friday, January 2. Gosh, is it almost 2015 already?

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Back in the Bundle!
You might or might not have gotten what I was hinting at in my last blog post, but now that it's live, I think it's safe to just tell you. The Bundle of Holding is doing a revival of the Family Friendly Bundle that I participated in last year about this tim...
You might or might not have gotten what I was hinting at in my last blog post, but now that it's live, I think it's safe to just tell you. The Bundle of Holding is doing a revival of the Family Friendly Bundle that I particip...
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Through Monday, December 8, we proudly present an all-new collection of top-ranked indie tabletop roleplaying games, a sequel to our spectacular November 2013 offer: the Indie Cornucopia +2. For just US$9.95, you get all three titles in our starter collection (retail value $52):

- Lords of Gossamer & Shadow (retail price $12): In an immense cross-dimensional conflict, you command otherworld legions, gain idiosyncratic artifacts, and alter the very substance of reality. Jason Durall's spiritual successor to Amber Diceless Role-Playing.
- Rocket Age (retail $20): Throttle up your rocket packs and jet into Ken Spencer's Vortex System pulp space-opera game from Cubicle 7. Hunt thunder lizards in the Venusian jungles, battle ancient Martian killing machines, and explore a solar system teeming with life -- and danger.
- Uresia: Grave of Heaven (retail $20): An eccentric system-neutral fantasy worldbook from Risus designer S. John Ross. On a broken ring of islands formed by an ancient Skyfall, a generation after mad empire fell, familiar tropes have turned weird. Dwarves dissolve into smoke, elves belong to demons, and satyrs stage -- panty raids?

And if you pay more than the threshold price (starting at $18.95), you'll level up and get our complete collection of three amazing bonus titles (retail value $55):

- Nobilis 3E: The Essentials (retail $20): A comprehensive update of Jenna Moran's masterful game of mega-powerful Nobles in a war for existence. Of over 34,000 entries in the comprehensive RPG.net Game Index, Nobilis ranks #3.
- Chuubo's Marvelous Wish-Granting Engine (retail $20): Nobilis designer Jenna Moran returns with a quirky, warm-hearted diceless game focused on adventure and slice of life stories.
- Torchbearer (retail $15): Thor Olavsrud and Burning Wheel designer Luke Crane recast old-school dungeon crawls to emphasize careful resource management, endurance, and a relentless struggle for survival.

If you paid full price for all these .PDFs, you'd spend $107! Ten percent of your payment is split evenly between two charities selected by our indie designers: Save the Children and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

The starting threshold price of this Indie Cornucopia +2 is weighted to keep it from rising too fast. The sooner you buy, the lower the threshold is, and the cheaper it is to get the bonus supplements. And there's another bonus to buying early -- if we add more titles to this offer later in its run, all previous purchasers automatically receive those newly added books on their Wizard's Cabinet download page, regardless of whether they paid more than the threshold price.

But hurry -- this Indie Cornucopia +2 offer ends Monday, December 8.

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