It’s a heck of a collection, we had a lot of fun hours playing this game. Very interesting dice mechanics.
Here’s what’s bundled:
For just US$7.95 you get all six titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $30):
Weird West Player’s Guide (retail price $7.50): The core book for players, with the original rules and setting that started it all. [Note: Deadlands has been adapted to several rules system. This revived offer re-presents the 2004 revision of Pinnacle Entertainment’s flagship 1996 game and its supplements.]
Marshal’s Handbook (retail price $7.50): The Game Master’s guide to the Weird West of 1876.
Fire & Brimstone (retail price $3.75): The Blessed folks of the Weird West — Baptist Bible-thumpers, frontier rabbis, soapbox evangelists, and wandering Buddhist monks.
Hucksters & Hexes (retail $3.75): The soucebook for magic (and poker) in the Weird West.
Rascals, Varmints, & Critters (retail price $3.75): Scores of Deadlands desperadoes, abominations, and freaks.
Smith & Robards Catalog (retail price $3.75): A full range of weapons and equipment, plus New Science gizmos and rules for fantastic devices and the madm– um, geniuses who create them.
And if you pay more than the threshold price of $15.63, you’ll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection of seven more titles (retail value $25.50):
The Agency: Men in Black Dusters (retail price $3.75): 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.
Book o’ the Dead (retail price $3.75): 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 price $3.75): The native peoples call it the House of Stone and Light. In its shadowed depths, unnatural things wait. An epic 128-page adventure.
The Collegium (retail price $3.75): The intrigue-filled association of mad scientists in the Great Maze boomtown, Gomorra, and their newest, least stable steamtech inventions.
Ghost Dancers (retail $3): The sourcebook for Native American Shaman characters, their powers, and the Happy Hunting Grounds where mad spirits dwell.
Law Dogs (retail $3.75): About law enforcement, and the enforcers who have to be as ruthless as the outlaws they pursue.
Lone Stars (retail $3.75): The Texas Rangers sourcebook!
The bundle is available for another five days.
- December 2016
- June 2016
- February 2016
- January 2016
- September 2015
- August 2015
- July 2015
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