Final Week for Fifty-Dungeon Megabundle

Time is running out! We’re down to the final week for the DCC 3.x Megabundle!

We’ve had some big deals through Bundle of Holding in the past, but this one is a MEGA big deal. The complete bundle includes over four dozen modules from the 3.5/3.X era of DCC, divided into low- and high-level pledge packages. There are even additional references and player aids to help create an entire campaign (or campaigns) around these adventures.

This Megabundle presents a ton of DCC module PDF ebooks from the entire d20 System line, arranged to ramp smoothly from 1st to 21st level. They all work great with D&D 3.5Pathfinder, 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.

And a portion of your purchase will go toward alleviating hunger through the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank. For more than 30 years the SF-Marin Food Bank has worked to end hunger in the San Francisco Bay Area, where one in four neighbors is at risk of hunger. The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank addresses hunger head-on—from their food pantry network and home-delivered groceries to CalFresh (food stamp) enrollment. Every week, over 50,000 households count on them for food assistance. Nearly 60% of what they distribute is fresh fruit and vegetables.

But if you are going to act, you have to act now! The DCC 3.x Megabundle ends in under one week! You’re not going to see a deal like this anytime soon!

Note: There is no DCC RPG content in this bundle—it’s all the original DCC 3.X era material from 2003-2007.

Author: pandabrett

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