Published on February 20th, 2021 | by Adrian Gunning
Modiphius Fallout RPG and 3D Printed Miniatures Humble Bundle Now Available
The wasteland is fraught with murderous mutants and plenty of unsavory characters eager to swindle folks out of those precious bottle caps — but with the Fallout RPG and 3D Miniatures Bundle, from world-renowned roleplaying publisher Modiphius Entertainment, you can live the life of a vault dweller without a hint of radiation poisoning and for a lot fewer bottlecaps than it would normally cost! The “Fallout RPG and 3D Miniatures” Humble Books Bundle contains over $300 worth of digital Fallout: Wasteland Warfare rule books, expansion manuals, and 3D print files at various pricing tiers sure to meet everyone’s bottlecap (or dollar) budgets! Bundles start at only $1.00 USD with proceeds aiding the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
The Fallout RPG and 3D Miniatures Bundle is packed with awesome goodies that any Wasteland wanderer would love to get their hands on:
The first tier, available from only $1.00 USD, has plenty to get players started — including the Fallout: Wasteland Warfare – Rules of Play, Fallout: Wasteland Warfare – Getting Acclimated PDF, High Res 2 Player Cards, discounts on official Fallout-themed dice, and more.
Bundles for those who choose to spend over $10.00 USD include Fallout: Wasteland Warfare character sheets, multiple terrain expansions like Sanctuary Hill House and Preserved Red Rocket, and campaign books for The Unexpected Shepherd Part 1 and Machine Frequency.
For contributions of $20 USD and over, eager vault-dwellers can look forward to campaign books for Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, 3D printable miniatures like Vault-Tec Vault Girl, and even the Wave 1 AI Card Deck: Survivors, Super Mutants, Brotherhood of Steel.
All purchases will support the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, an organization that fights for racial justice in America through litigation, advocacy, and public education.
The Fallout RPG and Miniatures bundle is available now on Humble Bundle, and will be on sale until March 10, 2021.