Our good friends at Fabled Environments—best known for their excellent modern-era floor plans for gaming—have organized the Michael Rohan Memorial Fund Charity Bundle of PDFs. The bundle includes over $240 of PDFs (and keeps growing) for only $12 and is available until August 1. All net proceeds from the bundle go directly to The Michael Rohan Memorial Fund.
We at Pinnacle are proud to participate, and we’ve included two wildly popular adventures of our own—Chickens in the Mists produced by 12 to Midnight and the aggressively immersive television adventure Through the Cathode Ray Tube.
Other contributors include Arion Games, Aaron Acevedo, Britannia Game Designs, Ltd., Fabled Environments, Fat Goblin Games, GRAmel Games, Misfit Studios, Mystical Throne Entertainment, ProFantasy Software Ltd for Encompass, Reality Blurs, Savage Mojo, Scaldcrow Games, Silver Gryphon Games, Sword’s Edge Publishing, and Triple Ace Games. If you have products you publish that you’d like to add to the bundle, contact Fabled Environments.
It makes us proud to see so many members of the Savage Worlds family come together to support one of our own in such a time, when our thoughts and prayers are with the Rohan family. All the participating sponsors help remind us of the kindness and generosity in the gaming community, and we’re sure you’ll do so as well.
About the Michael Rohan Memorial Fund:
Kevin Rohan of Silver Gryphon Games lost his 6-year-old son on June 10 in the aftermath of an accident at a local water park. Seeking to turn this tragedy into community outreach, the Rohan family started the Michael Rohan Memorial Fund to help pay for swimming lessons for local families, assistance for CPR and lifeguard training, and help with grief counseling. They hope to extend their assistance beyond their local communities. One hundred percent of the money raised through the Michael Rohan Memorial Fund Charity Bundle will go to the fund and will allow them to assist other families almost immediately. If you have questions concerning the tragedy or the Michael Rohan Memorial Fund, feel free to contact Kevin Rohan directly.