chitownroy wrote:Just wanted to give some kudos to Lee and all of the other companies that stepped up and donated items to the Charity Bundle. These charity bundles say a lot about the RPG community as a whole. Whether it is Haiti or a hurricane in the US the RPG community seems to step forward when they really do not have to. I understand that there is some nice pub for the game companies and that their games get exposed to an audience that may never have considered buying a specific game. I just thought it was a good time to say thanks to those game companies who give items away free in these charity bundles.
Let me say, I'm in Maryland and was without power for 55 hours, and had 3 feet of water in my basement (insurance adjuster is coming out Friday), in addition to having the Flu during all that.
I B****ed and moaned, trust me. Anyone on Daring's facebook at the time heard it.
I got online and saw what happened in New York and New Jersey, and what is still going on. I never felt luckier for only going through the little bit that I did.
Anything I can do to help those guys, I will. Hopefully, dropping over a $100 of product into the bundle did at least something to improve its sales by increasing the overall MSRP value. The wife and I have also donated a ton through Red Cross and Good Will.
And now the Nor'easter is pretty much missing my area of Maryland, but slamming right into NY and NJ tomorrow. Yeeeeesh.