Not much time left for the first two here:
- Trilemma Adventures: The Servants of Memory is a bestiary of 110 monsters for the Year Zero Engine by Michael Prescott, designer of the Trilemma Adventures Compendium featured in our Old School Gold offer in July 2020. Drawn from the Compendium, these monsters — beasts of the wood, alien aberrations, people of the underworld, celestial horrors, demonic incursions, and ghostly remnants of ages past — are usable with any Old-School game.
- Five Torches Deep: Origins is Ben Dutter’s fourth supplement for Five Torches Deep, the fine Old-School game featured in our November 2019 Indie Cornucopia 7. Origins is a concise rules expansion with expanded character creation options, new ancestries and lineages, a lifepath generator, and three new classes. Your PC can have three arms, absorb energy from the sun, breathe underwater, swap through parasitic hosts, and more.
- Old-School Essentials: Advanced Fantasy is a big expansion for Necrotic Gnome’s Old-School Essentials, presented in our very popular February 2020 Necrotic Gnome Bundle. The original OSE is based on the 1981 B/X rules; Advanced Fantasy adds options, monsters, and magic with the esoteric flavor of AD&D 1E: “assassins, poisons, drow, half-orcs, mimics, xorns, vorpal swords, ioun stones — even the dreaded tarrasque!”
- This one doesn’t involve Bundle of Holding contributors, but check out Jay Dragon’s Wanderhome, “about traveling animal-folk, the world they inhabit, and the way the seasons change. It is a game filled with grassy fields, mossy shrines, herds of chubby bumblebees, opossums in sundresses, salamanders with suspenders, starry night skies, and the most beautiful sunsets you can imagine.” Wanderhome, a peaceful pastoral RPG with rules inspired by Avery Alder’s Dream Askew/Dream Apart, has grossed (at this writing) US$230,000 from more than 4,900 backers.