Saturday, March 23, 2024

Bundle of Holding - Goodman D20 Monster Guide

It's strange. I kinda missed the whole D20/3.0 Era of gaming. Sure, I picked up the core books upon release and snagged the random Forgotten Realms release, but I stepped away from gaming from 1997 to 2007, give or take a few months. When I did return to gaming, the OSR had firmly taken root, even if it was young. The rest, as they say, is history.

This is a long, roundabout way of saying I missed these Goodman Games D20 Monster Guide releases when they were fresh. Hell, this is the first I've heard of them, and it makes them a tempting pick-up.

Of course, the Minor Threats Collection is less interesting, I think, than the Major Threats Collection, but you can't get the second without getting the first.

Adventurer! This all-new Goodman d20 Monster Guides Bundle presents 13 big d20 System monster sourcebooks from Goodman Games. Published in 2006-2009 for D&D 3.x, these inventive and detailed treatises describe, in 32 to 128 pages each, adversaries both major (beholders, liches, rakshasas) and minor (velociraptors, wererats). As d20 System supplements, these d20 Guides work as-is with Pathfinder 1E – and gamemasters of Fifth Edition and compatible "ampersand fantasy" systems can easily adapt the extensive discussions of monster physiology, social structure, culture, tactics, and campaign use. It's 770 pages of terrific monstrous classification, explication, and interpretation for an unbeatable bargain price.

For just US$9.95 you get all six d20 System monster sourcebooks in our Minor Threats Collection (retail value $46) as DRM-free ebooks, including Doppelgangers, Dragonkin, T-Rex, Treants, Velociraptors, and Wererats.

And if you pay more than the threshold price of $18.98, you'll level up and also get our entire Major Threats Collection with seven more sourcebooks worth an additional $60, including Beholders, Drow, Fey, Liches, Rakshasas, Vampires, and Werewolves.

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