Last night I sat with Dan Davenport from The Hardboiled GMshoe’s Office for a Q&A session about the Barbarians of the Ruined Earth Kickstarter and had a great time. You can find the full conversation here. Thanks to Dan for the opportunity and to everyone who came and asked a few questions.
Gen Con has come and gone and I had a blast hanging with Jacob Hurst, James Raggi, and Hanna Siitari at the Lamentations of the Flame Princess booth. I was really floored by the amount of people who came by the booth and pulled out a well-used and loved copy of Hubris: A World of Visceral Adventure and told me about the fun their group has had or talked about their excitement for Barbarians of the Ruined Earth- so to everyone who stopped by and showed support- thank you!
In the next week or so I’ll do a post about all the projects that I have on my plate for those who are interested and- as always- feel free to ask questions on those.
Lastly, Kelvin Green sent me more art for Barbarians of the Ruined Earth and how tasty are they!!
State of the Kickstarter
I know we still have a long way to go on the BotRE KS to funding and I, whether it is successful or not, I want to say A) I am thrilled with the support and excitement of the project. Nearly $10k in pledges and 257 supporters is nothing to be ashamed of. B) I will do a post after the KS has ended, one way or another, talking about the challenges of KS and how I approach them. And most importantly C) If the KS does not fund successfully, BotRE is coming out regardless. I will relaunch the KS and just do straight POD through Drivethru and Lulu and maybe do a limited print run through the same company that publishes the amazing Mothership RPG. Again, I’ll do a post after the dust settles and explain the new strategy, but I promise this book is coming- one motherfucking way or another.
Have a great day everyone! Keep rollin’!