The latest fundraising Bundle Of Holding collection of RPG PDFs is packed full o' Weird West action - Deadlands style.
This is the original (pre-Savage Worlds, pre-d20, pre-GURPS) flavour of Deadlands with its colourful mechanical mix of dice, poker chips and playing cards.
Available for another week, for just US$10.95, you get four core titles (retail value $30) as DRM-free, non-watermarked PDF ebooks:
- Weird West Player's Guide (retail price $7.50): The core book for players, with the 2004 update to the original 1996 rules and setting that started it all.
- Marshal's Handbook (retail $7.50): The Game Master's guide to the Weird West of 1876.
- Rascals, Varmints, & Critters (retail $7.50): Scores of desperadoes, abominations, and freaks.
- Smith & Robards Catalog (retail $7.50): A full range of weapons and equipment, plus weird mad-scientist gizmos and rules for fantastic devices and the madm- um, geniuses who create them.
- The Agency: Men in Black Dusters (retail $7.50): One of the highest-rated Deadlands supplements, this training manual documents secrets the Agency (a secret service of the Weird West) doesn't want you to know, and presents special equipment that give their operatives an edge.
- Book o' the Dead (retail $7.50): The secrets of those who have passed beyond the veil - and back. New rules for generating undead heroes, as well as over 50 new mystical Harrowed powers.
- Canyon o' Doom (retail $7.50): The native peoples call it the House of Stone and Light. The western pioneers call it the Grand Canyon. In its shadowed depths, unnatural things wait. An epic 128-page adventure.
- The Collegium (retail $7.50): The intrigue-filled association of mad scientists in the Great Maze boomtown, Gomorra, and their newest, least stable steamtech inventions.
- Fire & Brimstone (retail $7.50): The blessed folks of the Weird West - Baptist Bible-thumpers, frontier rabbis, soapbox evangelists, and wandering Buddhist monks. New miracles, divine interventions, and Edges for your six-gun-totin', hickory-stick-swingin' holy avenger.
Ten per cent of payments is split evenly between two charities selected by Pinnacle Entertainment owner and Deadlands designer Shane Lacy Hensley: the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS).