Judge’s Screen Confirmed, Leatherbound Edition, Vote for Your Favorite Foil Color Scheme
Only four days left in this Kickstarter, so time to finalize some details! In today’s update:
- Vote for your favorite foil color scheme
- Stretch goal cadence updated to include judge’s screen
- Leatherbound edition added as pledge option
- Jim Wampler on Sanctum Secorum podcast
Vote for Your Favorite Foil Color Scheme
After yesterday’s update there were a lot of comments on possible color schemes for the MCC RPG foil edition. We’ve produced some mockups to show possible options. Which one do you like best?
Important caveat: The final printed book may not be the exact colors seen in these mockups. Both foil and cover material colors can vary from what you see on your monitor. But we’ll consider fan input in what we produce and try to get something close to what you request based on this mockup.
Updated Stretch Goal Cadence – Including Judge’s Screen
There’s a pretty clear consensus that the judge’s screen is a popular option. It definitely seems more popular than the character sheet pad! The next stretch goal (which we are close to clearing) is the Data Orb. After that, we have changed the cadence. It used to be the character sheet pad at $160k. It is now the judge’s screen at $150k. And yes, the threshold dropped! The judge’s screen has a print cost that’s a little more than the character sheet pad, but it’s much cheaper to ship due its lower weight, so we were able to reduce the threshold. Please spread the word and help us get there!
A number of fans indicated an interest in a leatherbound edition, so we have added that pledge level. The basic level is a leatherbound book plus the color slipcover. We include the slipcover by default because it helps protect the leather from scuffing. There is also a “leatherbound w/ print block” option.
We’re happy to support interest in the leather edition, but leatherbound production is very expensive! This pledge level is limited to a total of 50 copies, so if you are interested please pledge soon.
Jim Wampler Interviewed on Sanctum Secorum Podcast
And finally, MCC creator Jim Wampler has been interviewed on the Sanctum Secorum podcast! Sanctum Secorum is a podcast about DCC RPG, specifically focused on the inspirations of the game – both Appendix N and otherwise. The podcast celebrates the inspirational fiction that can keep your game fresh and exciting.
This particular episode includes Jim along with Bob, Dave, and Jen to discus Kamandi, Appendix N, and other inspirational inspirations for MCC RPG. It's a very fun episode with great energy - check it out!