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FW: Get 643 Tabletop Roleplaying Games for 10 (or more) dollars, and support Medical Aid for Palestinians

  • 1.  FW: Get 643 Tabletop Roleplaying Games for 10 (or more) dollars, and support Medical Aid for Palestinians

    Posted Jun 05, 2024 08:29 AM
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    Get 643 Tabletop Roleplaying Games for 10 (or more) dollars, and support Medical Aid for Palestinians
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    Jun 4, 2024 6:22 PM
    Natalie Rector
    This is a GREAT deal, for a great cause: itch.io/b/2295/ttrpgs-for-palestine
    It's 643 Tabletop Roleplaying Games--games for every age/interest/topic/# of players, available for $10 or more. 
    From Itch.io:
    In response to the ongoing genocide in Palestine, we've created this bundle to raise funds for Medical Aid for Palestinians who work for the health and dignity of Palestinians living under occupation and as refugees. They provide immediate medical aid to those in great need, while also developing local capacity and skills to ensure the long-term development of the Palestinian healthcare system. 


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