This year’s Old School Revival bundle at the Bundle of Holding is so full of sweetness that I have a hard time promoting my own material in it.
Seriously, check this out – as of today the 2015 Cartographic Review has been added to the bundle so it now includes both my 2014 and 2015 Reviews; that’s two full years of my maps and notes.
But that’s nothing compared to…
Deep Carbon Observatory is THE funky weird exploration into D&D strangeness. This is a DIY must-have module from the OSR.
The Pod Caverns of the Sinister Shroom was not only Expeditious Retreat Press’ first AD&D1e module, it was written by Matt Finch who then wrote & published Swords & Wizardry.
Castle Gargantua is a great procedural “dungeon” adventure where the map is generated in play as you explore a classic giant’s castle of the fairy tale type (where giants are hundreds of feet tall).
Mad Monks of Kwantoom is THE SINGLE BEST WAY to play solo D&D. Designed for 1981 B/X D&D / Labyrinth Lord, it not only procedurally generates the adventure locations set to your party level, but also includes full rules for what happens between adventures.
One-Page Dungeon Compendia 2013-2015 is nearly 300 single-page adventures. That’s a lot of adventure.
Deluxe Tunnels & Trolls is light hearted sweet sweet sweet old school and new new new awesome.
Dwimmermount is a mother of a megadungeon written by the guy who runs the Empire of the Petal Throne campaign I play in.
Yoon-Suin is… is… DAMNIT, it is incredible. It is a setting made of weirdness and random generators. It is the single most inspiring OSR product I’ve ever read.
Misty Isles of the Eld is weird fantasy RIGHT UP MY ALLEY. Featuring alien elves from other worlds, this is such juicy goodness that I recommend the whole trilogy to anyone interested in what I mean by weird fantasy.
Cthonic Codex is a stunning collection of cool – a magical university campaign that is fun and sexy and old school all at once.
And it is ALL available for less than $21 from the OSR Bundle of Holding +4.