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A sequential tale of science fiction, world building and family, weaved together with the help of top indie comic artists.
A sequential tale of science fiction, world building and family, weaved together with the help of top indie comic artists.
448 backers pledged CA$ 12,343 to help bring this project to life.

SUCCESS!

Posted by Shannon W Lentz (Creator)
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You did it!  All 448 of you!

Last night with the campaign getting close to it's goal I decided to not look at the campaign for the next few hours. Instead I decided to go and play Edge of the Empire with my friends. It's a Star Wars tabletop roleplaying game where I play a Twi'Lek Technician named Lensh Racal. 

I got home late and when I checked in on the Kickstarter I saw that we reached our goal! This morning has been busy, not with Cayrels Ring but with regular life. Dropping my daughter off at daycare, dealing with a snowfall here in Vancouver and working at my day job as an analytical chemist for a biopesticide company. So it's not until now that I've had a chance to think about the campaign ending and reaching it's goal.

Much of my gratitude goes towards my collaborators. Brandon, Farel, Simon, Aaron P., Aaron C, Filya, Grim, Mike and Cassie. They have all gone above and beyond in their support for the project. Sandra Lanz delivered an amazing piece of art for the print and Beau Borek's original score for the video was perfect. You already know how I feel about Stokoe's cover for the book.

Everyone came together to make this happen and I am super excited to deliver a fantastic comic book to all the backers out there.

I will keep everyone posted through updates and I seriously think we'll have CAYRELS RING in your hands by this summer.

All the best. 

Now comes the hard/fun part.

-Shannon

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      Annely Lentz on

      Congrats, I can't wait to start reading it.

    2. alex corbor on

      Whoo! Congrats on the funding I was starting to sweat...

    3. Stephen Struharik on

      HA! Playing RPG games! Star Wars was my first RPG, original West End Games. Yesterday I stumbled over Final Fantasy Tactics, and after my son went to bed, dug out my copy, and played it. it's 20 years old this year, so I was laughing about being 20 and playing this way back when. Good times!