Greetings everyone. I thought I would post a bit about what's happening with projects and upcoming stuff. So, here goes...
In February 2016, we will launch a Kickstarter for a deck of cards to accompany the Dungeon Architect Cards. These cards are most likely going to be called World Architect Cards. They are designed for building over world maps and allowing for on the fly map generation for hexcrawl games and campaigns. The deck will consist of 54 cards with around 20+ unique drawings for various areas/biomes found on a fantasy rpg world map. To give you an idea of what these cards will offer, here are a couple examples.
The cards will each contain an image of the area represented. The cards will also offer 18 descriptors for describing the area. The little chart at the bottom will offer up a random weather generator for each card. The weather generators will vary and will reflect the type of area. As you can see, there are two card types. The blue bordered card will indicate created areas such as structures or modified landscapes. The more brownish-orange card will indicate natural areas.
The Kickstarter is going to offer up a ton of stretch goals for unlocking new artwork and expanding the cards from 54 to a deck of 72. These cards will contain images on both the front and back. The stretch goals will include multiple drawing of each area included in the deck. We will also be offering up layered tiff files as a stretch goal so that backers can make their own custom decks. A nice tuck box will also be made available. The WACs are system neutral. We will be offering reward levels up to 20 decks.
As with our previous Kickstarters, we will have everything in place before we ever run the project. Our goal as always is to create a unique and useful product that is professional and useful. With that in mind, we are hammering out the final touches in order to be ahead of the game. This will allow for the finalizing of the new FAL books which are in the works. 2016 should see the release of a great deal of new content.
Thanks for reading.
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