There’s a vast array of great tabletop RPGs beyond popular picks like Dungeons & Dragons 5E or Pathfinder 2E, and one of the coolest is Dungeon Crawl Classics. As its name implies, Dungeon Crawl Classics is a throwback to old-school tabletop roleplaying, focusing on fast character creation, open-ended gameplay, and a plethora of modules featuring challenging dungeon dives. Right now, you can get 74 Dungeon Crawl Classics supplement books and modules for $25 via Humble Bundle.
Whether you’re a current player or are looking to try out this hardcore tabletop RPG for the first time, the Dungeon Crawl Classics Mega Bundle will significantly expand your campaign with new content. For new players, the Dungeon Crawl Classics starter rulebook is free as a PDF. It’s also worth noting that some of the books and modules in this bundle are compatible with Dungeons & Dragons.
The Humble Dungeon Crawl Classics Megabundle offers three price tiers, starting with a $1 starter bundle that includes three module campaigns designed for level 1-3 characters, plus a coupon for 20% off at the Goodman Games online store, which you could use to pick up the full rulebook and other gameplay materials at a discount.
Pay $15 or more to get eight more adventure packs along with everything in the $1 tier.
If you pay $25 or more you get the full bundle, which packs 74 campaign modules and the 20%-off coupon code, and is valued at over $1,000. Some of the content in the bundle is from the Fifth Edition Fantasy and Wicked Factory Fantasy adventure lines, which are compatible with Dungeon Crawl Classics and other tabletop games. The modules feature a variety of settings and themes–you’ve got standard fantasy stuff like goblin-infested mines in Idylls of the Rat King, as well as horror and sci-fi-themed adventures like Imprisoned in the God-Skull or The Star Wound of Abaddon. You can see the full list of over at Humble.
Humble’s Dungeon Crawl Classics Mega Bundle is available until September 15. All books purchased in the bundle come in PDF format.
While you’re there, make sure to check out the Malazan Book of the Fallen bundle, which compiles all 17 books in Steve Erikson’s beloved fantasy series for only $18.