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Gamers helping with Hurricane Sandy relief

Posted by WJWalton on Thu 01 of Nov., 2012 19:20 PDT
It should come as no surprise to most roleplayers that DriveThruRPG has put together a package of RPG PDFs to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy - they've been raising funds for various causes and relief efforts for several years now. This time around, it's over $400 of RPG supplements and a few other items for a $20 donation, the proceeds of which go directly to the Red Cross. Find out more at DriveThruRPG.

Point of Insanity Studios has put together their own bundle as well, which includes three of their products at a discounted price. You can find out more at their bundle page on DriveThruRPG.

If anyone knows of any other RPG-related hurricane relief charities currently going on, please let me know!

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