March 2023 humble bundle
Hi I own pretty much all products (I don't own Dioramas) but don't get to map very often so I'm having difficulty figuring out if there is anything new.
Does anyone know where the World Builders Compendium come from? It doesn't look familiar
I'm assuming the various Cartographer Collections come from annuals but I'm not sure.
The World Builders is just a collection of blog posts. It came out during the last bundle I think. I think this is just a duplicate of the one run towards the end of last year, but I can't guarantee it.
If you go near the bottom of this thread, you can see a list of all of the products included in all of the previous bundles: https://forum.profantasy.com/discussion/12809/humble-bundle-2022-contents#latest
I requested that the thread be put into the helpful resources, but I guess it was not deemed useful enough. But I certainly think a thread that lists what is in each of the previous bundles would be useful. Especially if it is updated with what is in the latest bundles when they are offered.
The bundle is an encore or repeat of the Maps Bonanza humble bundle from 2021.
on the topic, to what the XXX mappers and age of cthulhu correspond in this bundle ?
Does anyone know if Fantasy City mapper and Fantasy World Mapper are any different to the Dungeon Designer and City Designer?
Yes, they're a different thing. Let's see if I can dig into this.
According to HumbleBundle...
And according to my 2021 purchase:
Last time I tried to figure this out, I came up with this list (be warned that I'm not 100% sure on this):
... and then I tried to make this handy chart with the annuals highlighted, but I'm pasting a new image below that includes the World Building Compendium. You should be looking for HCC1, HCC2 and HWBC (again, I'm not 100% sure on these):
And while my notes can't distinguish what exacly fits, for example, in the Age of Cthulhu "package", you should be getting it along with the rest of the HCC2.
Hope this helps.
Just to clear up any confusion, here is the spreadsheet showing what is in each pack.
Thank you both. That's a ton of research.