Patrick Rothfuss Auctioning Blizzard Games for Worldbuilders Charity
Patrick Rothfuss is a New York TImes Bestseller writer with stories such as “The Name of the Wind” and “The Wise Man’s Fear” — both part of the Kingkiller Chronicles — among his portfolio. Patrick is also the founder of a non-profit charity organization: Worldbuilders.
Blizzard Entertainment supplied Patrick Rothfuss recently an assortment of video games to auction in benefit of the Worldbuilders charity:
- World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Collector’s Edition — signed by 40 developers + a copy of World of Warcraft: Rise of the Horde
- Diablo III Collector’s Edition – signed by developers + Diablo: Moon of the Spider
- Starcraft Battle Chest with Starcraft II
- World of Warcraft BattleChest + Cataclysm
Check out the entire Patrick Rothfuss’ Worldbuilders Auction List
Worldbuilders is a charity founded by author Pat Rothfuss in order to use the collective power of readers, fellow authors and book lovers to make the world a better place.
During the Worldbuilders fundraiser, Pat blogs about the cool book donations we receive from authors and publishers (and all the other cool swag from artists, webcomics, etc.) Everyone who donates to Heifer International through Pat’s Heifer team page is eligible to receive one or more of those cool books and swag at the end of the fundraiser. Worldbuilders also matches donations made to Heifer during the period of the fundraiser.
All year round, we run The Tinker’s Packs where you can find cool merchandise inspired by Pat’s books, as well as foreign editions from various fantasy and sci-fi authors and more recently some of our cool projects like Lee Moyer’s Literary Pin-up Calendar. Profits made by the store go to Worldbuilders.
Source: Patrick Rothfuss Blog
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