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Crawling Under a Broken Moon Compilation (DCC)

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Contained within this mighty tome is all 18 issues of the Crawling Under a Broken Moon zine. Each issue is chock full of post-apocalyptic goodness set in the weird and wild world of Umerica!


What you will find inside:

  • Over 70 new post-apocalyptic monsters to plague your players.

  • Two full adventures and several adventure locations set in Umerica.

  • 15 new PC classes - Aetherian Hero, Battle Chanter, Clownight, Cro-Mentalist, Cyborg, Feral Urchin, Gray, Hologram, Hybird, Mutant, Petrol Head, Robo-Priest, Sky-Sneak, Sorceraptor, & Technologist.

  • And tons of random tables to create your own adventures, find strange artifacts, and generally make life weirder for your campaign.

  • Over 500 pages of Umerican post-apocalyptic goodness unaltered from their original publication!

  • This product is compatible with the Dungeon Crawl Classics Role Playing Game

 
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W.S. Y September 07, 2018 3:58 am UTC
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Just picked this up as the DotD, and it may have some truly great material in it, but I can't believe I just paid for a 500+ page pdf with zero bookmarks. Even a decade ago that would be atrocious. Honestly, this is one issue that always makes me wish I could return purchases on DTRPG. Instead, I find myself with another pdf I'll likely never bother delving into because I just don't have the time to wade through it.
Or did I maybe just get a bad download? I tried downloading it a few times, so I don't think so...
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September 08, 2018 3:47 pm UTC
It's a compilation of a digest-sized zines. Methinks you're both expecting wayyyyy too much and wayyyyy overestimating the required time investment.

(I'm a verified owner of the original zines, so feel comfortable in commenting.)
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W.S. Y September 09, 2018 4:15 pm UTC
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Maybe I am, and I admit that multi-subject pdfs without bookmarks are a pet peeve of mine - I think they look unprofessional. So, I own that.

However, for 15 bucks (normal price), I'm still disappointed, and there're other giant pdfs that *are* bookmarked throughout to base my disappointment on.

I do understand how repetitive, annoying and time consuming it can be to bookmark pdfs, but it only needs to be done once, and even just bookmarking the (on average) 5 articles in each unit leaves only about 100 bookmarks.

I think the bookmarking issue should at least be mentioned for the next person, so they know up front. YMMV
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Daniel B May 08, 2018 5:57 pm UTC
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It may help to note that you can find out what is in each of those 18 issues here:

http://dcctreasures.blogspot.ca/search?q=crawling+under+a+broken+moon
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Jordy W April 21, 2018 12:34 am UTC
So, what all am I getting from this if I already own the survival guide? I’ve never read CUaBM.
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Reid S April 21, 2018 2:57 am UTC
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While a bunch of material from CUaBM did go on to be revised and updated in the Umerican Survival Guide, a lot did not. Take a look at the PLACES TO GO, THINGS TO KILL section and you will see a bunch of references back to issues of CUaBM that have more detailed info on those locations. Plus there were quite a few character classes that did not get ported over and each issue had new monsters in it.
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Derek H April 20, 2018 11:57 am UTC
Are the classes updated to what is in the Survival Guide?

And how is the spine for the PODs? 500 pages is huge for a book that small.
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Reid S April 20, 2018 12:42 pm UTC
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Hi Derek,

Nothing has been updated, other than a combined Table of Contents that now includes specific subject lists (classes, monsters, and locations/adventures). This is just a collection of all 18 issues with no content changes. As for the spine, both the soft and hard cover versions seem solid. I did not have any problems flipping through the proof versions.

Please let me know if you have any other questions,
Reid
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John B September 06, 2018 3:21 pm UTC
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Lets say someone new to Umerica is wanting to get into the setting. If they get this, will they have most (around 90% or more) of what's in Umerican Survival Guide and the Twisted Menagerie Manual, or does one need to get this and both of those to really get all the monsters / rules?
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Reid S September 06, 2018 3:37 pm UTC
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I consider Crawling Under a Broken Moon as the basic version of Umerica and the Umerican Survival Guide to be the beginning of the updated, revised, advanced version. There is a LOT of material in the CUaBM Compilation that was NOT incorporated in the Umerican Survival Guide and most of it is compatible with the new stuff. If you only want to get the "current" Umerican rules, I suggest getting the Umerican Survival Guide. If you are a completist, then you will probably want to it all.
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