Gear up for the holidays with a pack of great tabletop rpgs! Gather around the table and pick up 5 of our favorite systems for just $12 and support developers while doing it.
But act quickly, because the itch.io Autumn TTRPG Selects Bundle is only around until December 5th at 10am (PT)!
Here's what's in the bundle:
Looking for something dark and norse? Well after its massive success, Runecairn: Wardensaga collects the Souls-inspired RPG's base game, advanced rules, and an introductory adventure in one complete package. You can get everything you need to play with your friends or go it alone.
Experience the thrill of dying, respawning, and exploring the nastiest dungeons you can come up with in Runecairn!
Yep, you read that title correctly. Slugblaster: Kickflip over a Quantum Centipede is not just the wildest named TTRPG in this bundle, it's also the one with the most hoverboarding. Aiming to recreate the feeling of skating around town in your teenage years, this surrealist ruleset has everything you need to live out your scifi dreams of being Very, Very Cool.
What if you want your scifi stories to involve a precarious band of military fighters tackling paranormal entities? Well strap in for exactly what you're asking for because FIST is the tactical action game of your dreams. Take some of the most creative mercenaries you've ever played to the limit with the nonstop chaos of battle in this "final" edition of FIST's impressive and expansive ruleset.
Are you ready to go fist to fist? Gubat Banwa is the marital arts inspired ruleset that innovates on the best of TTRPG strategic combat. With a unique actions, and the ability to switch your class on the fly Gubat Banwa is both one of the most mechanically flexible rulesets around, and one of the most rewarding. To make things even better Gubat Banwa centers Southeast Asian folklore and mythology for a fresh take on roleplaying that can't be missed.
And now for the solo TTRPG fans. Apothecaria is a journaling game all about healing a town through magical potions. Designed to be played daily over long stretches, this game asks you to draw, forage, and generally imagine all of the antics that could befall a local witch. If you like the cozy village dynamics of games like Stardew Valley or Harvest Moon you'll be right at home in what could be the best way to fill a journal ever.
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