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Esoterrorists Bundle at Bundle of Holding

Bundle of Holding has launched a new bundle featuring the original GUMSHOE system game, The Esoterrorists. As members of the Ordo Veritatis, you must keep cells of cultists known as Esoterrorists from raising the world's fear and unease to a level where demonic entities from the Outer Dark can enter our reality. Of course, you also have to keep your operations secret, because if people knew what you were up to, they would become very frightened and uneasy indeed.

This bundle includes both the first and second edition rulebooks as well as the Esoterror Factbook, the Book of Unremitting Horror (full of icky GUMSHOE monsters) and enough adventures to drive even the hardiest group of investigators past the breaking point.

You can get the basic bundle for just $8.95, or pledge $16 and get the whole thing. Of course, like all great Bundles of Holding this one supports a worthy charity: Cancer Research UK. Make the world a better (and saner) place in more ways than one!

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