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Humble Bundle Offers Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition Bundle For Charity

Published: December 26, 2018 9:53 PM /


Interested in some post-holiday shopping while putting the proceeds towards a good cause? Content for the 5th edition of the world's most popular pen and paper RPG is currently available at Humble Bundle. The company, which gives rotating discounts on books, games, and other products, has a Humble Book Bundle with several goodies for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. Titled Dragons, Dungeons, Maps, & More, a number of third-party publishers will have products for sale compatible with 5e. Offering "$446 worth of awesome stuff," consumers have the option to donate a portion of the sale to Hospice of the Northwest, which serves four counties in Washington. Hospice of the Northwest provides medical, spiritual, emotional, and social support to its patients and their loved ones.

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Nearly four dozen different products are available through the latest Humble Book Bundle.

The bundle features something for anyone interested in Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. Maps. sourcebooks, bestiaries, adventures, card modeling resources, and even parts of a campaign setting are included. Prices fall under three tiers, with more content for spending $1, $8, or $15 or more. Everything is DRM-free and available in PDF, ePub, and MOBI file formats for compatibility. Dragons, Dungeons, Maps, & More will be available until January 9, 2019. After that, it will be replaced by a new set of deals and a new organization.

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