So people who I know who have already run a Kickstarter campaign have said that it is a bit of a rollercoaster, but I didn’t realise how literally they meant it. No, not a physical rollercoaster, but certainly an emotional one. I love the highs when I get a ping from my email and see… Continue reading Kickstarter ups and downs
This is the table of contents for Starguild. web pages don’t allow for much in the way of formatting (no tabs!) so I’ve also included a downloadable PDF of the table of contents. Starguild-contents Context What is this game? 1 What do you need? 1 What Is This Game About? 1 What the Referee… Continue reading Table of Contents
The first attachment here is a blank simple PDF version of the Starguild character sheet for you to copy, print and use. It is two sided, with all the key information needed easy to hand on the front page, and plenty of space for notes and relationships on the reverse. CharacterSheet In the future I… Continue reading A Blank Starguild Character Sheet
At 7pm this evening (UK time) I pushed the button to launch my Kickstarter for the Starguild RPG. You can find the kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1283988566/starguild-space-opera-noir-tabletop-rpg Initial support has been great tonight, and I really appreciate every person who has decided to back this project.
Well, it is after midnight on the 25th, so later today is going to be my actual launch – it will be evening when the launch actually occurs. However, I’ll be including an image and a URL here when the big launch actually happens. Everything is in place, pretty much everything which can be prepared… Continue reading Launch day arrives!
Only a short post this time, but I wanted to show some example pages from the print preview. There is one page order glitch which is down to the printers and which they are investigating, but apart from that I’m delighted with the crispness of the text, clarity of the images and the binding. Take… Continue reading Kickstarter – the print proof in hand
Why a print proof now? Well, I want to be able to underline the fact that the game is done apart from additional artwork, and there seems to be no better way of doing that than being able to include in the video some shots of me holding a printed copy of the game.… Continue reading Kickstarter – The print proof