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Cubicle 7 has all the Warhammer licenses when it comes to roleplaying games. They started with Warhammer Fantasy, then announced Soulbound the Age of Sigmar RPG before, apparently out of the blue, picking Wrath & Glory.
Wrath & Glory is the latest Warhammer 40K RPG. Dark Heresy, already in its 2nd edition, is an earlier game and it’s also managed by Cubicle 7.
The Humble Bundle will last two weeks (at the time of writing) and a pledge of $1 will get you the core set.
The core set is Dark Heresy: Core Rulebook, Dark Heresy: Edge of Darkness, Dark Heresy: Tattered Fates Haarlock’s Legacy I and Dark Heresy: Purge the Unclean.
It’s worth noting that that’s the first edition core rules. You need to the top tier to get the second.
There are further tiers; $8, $15 and $18.
The $8 tier unlocks Dark Heresy: Damned Cities: Haarlock Legacy II, Blood of Martyrs, Ascension, Disciples of the Dark Gods, The Black Sepulchre and the Inquisitors Handbook.
Up at $15 you’re also buying Dark Heresy: Dead Stars, Book of Judgement, The Church of the Demned, Creatures Anathema, Daemon Hunter, Game Master’s Kit, The Radical’s Handbook and Salvation Demands Sacrifice.
Lastly, hit $18 for Dark Heresy: The Late Worlds and The Chaos Commandment. You also unlock the second edition books such as Core Rulebook Second Edition, Enemies Beyond, Enemies Within, Enemies Without, Forgotten Gods and Game Master’s Kit.
I don’t know the game well enough to know whether the Edition 1-2 in the tiers is a gotcha or not.
What I do know is to ask “Why?” whenever a publisher puts a good bundle together. Cubicle 7 has had a busy year, with lots of announcements, and new product lines. Is this the last chance to ship a host of Dark Heresy before the next announcement?
Either way, I’m in. I’ve only heard good things about the game and that $1 tier is a robbery in my favour.
You can inspect the Bundle here.
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