Give us a kickstarter for the one ring and WFRP4

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Heimer
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Give us a kickstarter for the one ring and WFRP4

Post by Heimer » Wed May 03, 2017 5:20 pm

Then we will show you what we can donate :)

The unspeakable sigil and signs hasn't really taken off has it? Seems to going slowly.

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Re: Give us a kickstarter for the one ring and WFRP4

Post by Rich H » Thu May 04, 2017 3:22 pm

Funded with 18 days to go. Seems to be doing okay to me.
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Re: Give us a kickstarter for the one ring and WFRP4

Post by Jon Hodgson » Thu May 04, 2017 3:40 pm

How could we never have thought of such a thing?!?!

To be serious - we always knew S&S was likely to be a slower climb than some of our other kickstarters - it has a real goal, and it's a high one. But yup, just funded. All good!
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Re: Give us a kickstarter for the one ring and WFRP4

Post by zedturtle » Thu May 04, 2017 6:02 pm

To my mind, it's sort of like me with I want to watch a movie that is especially glory or scary. I don't enjoy that stuff all the time, but if I'm in the right mood for it it's a good change of pace. S&S looks to be kind of the same thing, not something that I want to run all the time but something that will be an interesting and intense experience.
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Re: Give us a kickstarter for the one ring and WFRP4

Post by Trippy » Sun Jun 04, 2017 9:44 pm

Isn't new, largely unknown RPGs like the Unspeakable Sign & Sigil what Kickstarter is designed for? I considered it, but tbh, I have enough games going on right now it'd be a stretch that I'd ever get round to using it. It doesn't mean I'm not pleased that it did get funded though, and I hope sometime later I may see it available to a wider market.

For established games like Warhammer, though, they just don't need a kickstarter beyond it being a vanity project.

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