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Enter the world of Eisenwald in this RPG with turn-based battles and experience medieval romanticism and adventure.
Enter the world of Eisenwald in this RPG with turn-based battles and experience medieval romanticism and adventure.
Enter the world of Eisenwald in this RPG with turn-based battles and experience medieval romanticism and adventure.
2,729 backers pledged $83,577 to help bring this project to life.

Thank You; Global Map Gameplay

First of all, we would like to thank all of you! We crossed 80% and we are very close now to being funded. We really appreciate your generosity and faith in our quest of opening the gates to Eisenwald. Your enthusiasm, your questions and comments greatly contribute to our common project and let’s keep it rolling!

Many of you are asking how they can help us promoting our game and this campaign at Kickstarter and it’s great to hear it from you, thank you! There is a simple thing you can do – click on FB Like if you didn’t do so yet on our project page. Also, if you are a long term forum user on any of the gaming sites and if you feel like, you can ask editors to provide more information about our game and mention how long you are reading their site – that might make them think :) But please, no mass mail. 

We are happy to announce IAmA AMA reddit session, that would take place May 9 at 2PM ET. Alexander will be there to answer (hopefully) many questions. (The link  will be in the list of upcoming IAmAs here: http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/)

And also in case you didn’t notice, we changed our project picture :) 

Global Map Gameplay

In this update we want to demonstrate you how the gameplay looks between battles in Legends of Eisenwald. Full story here: http://aterdux.com/archives/249 

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    1. Matthew Farmery on May 10, 2012

      I watched a very interesting BBC program last night, on metalwork, a knights tale, that charted from Henry VIII / Elizabeth the first, the Greenwich armourers , commissioned some of the finest armour ever made, http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1134222/King-size-Henry-VIIIs-armour-reveals-52in-girth--paid-terrible-price.html only a handful of suits still survive. when Elizabeth the first came to the throne, she opened the doors to this elite amour makers, as they came from all across the EU, and while not many full sets still survive, some of the best amour was created in this time, including the use of engraving, colouring, (many sets were blue) and today, only a handful of people are skilled enough to colour amour, as its a very difficult process, and for the rich, and I mean rich, etching, and of course changing the colour of the armour, as in todays money, one suit could set you back at least 1 million pounds, especially if you wanted a moment of fame, and the Queen to look at you. but there were many very good smiths, like the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian. but anyway, I was thinking after that program ended, the hero knight could have some unique armour designs for him, brightly coloured, or dark / bluish purple, which would look stunning, but all the armour that surive today, don't have the colours their creators made for them. but etching, (using acid) would be interesting to see, as if you play a hero knight, you start off with basic armour, but later full body armour, then the top of the line unique amour that will make many a young lady turn or head, or to impress or put the fear of god into your enemy. (I'm wealthy, I can afford the best armour from the smiths that forged this armour, and so on) as the program was interesting and gave a interest view into armour and how it was forged and used. but only a handful of suits (complete) still survive, (at least from Greenwich) so if you got the time, to add more decorating the hero's knight's armour that would be cool, to help make him stand apart from the crowd, something like this http://www.flickr.com/photos/horsepunchkid/4297781513/ and was used during the Spanish armada, by a knnight that later became Elizabeth 's champion later on, (can't remember who used it, but something like that would have cost a great deal of money in those days
      anyway, just a few thoughts on armour designs, if you are interested

    2. Archon on May 8, 2012

      Snake's Nest concept is very interesting. If the campaign and all side scenarios are well designed like this, it will be AWESOME :D
      UI and gameplay components like one party, castle defence and extra units seems also promising.
      Still, I have a question : system requirements on the front page are minimum or we can expect the same quality as actual screenshots and videos with it ?

    3. Matthew Farmery on May 8, 2012

      that answers a lot, and very well detailed and thought out update, can't wait for the game, as it really, really does have promise

    4. Aterdux Entertainment 2-time creator on May 8, 2012

      @Joachim - Facebook like button is right under our pitch video.

    5. Joachim on May 8, 2012

      I just dont see the FB like on your kickstarter page....!?

    6. longbeach on May 7, 2012

      Just wow - after that update I am very glad I backed this project...bravo and the web site looks great

    7. Greg "Scorpio" Myers
      Superbacker
      on May 7, 2012

      Exciting update guys! Congrats on crossing 80 percent. Hopefully we'll get to see some more videos on gameplay in future updates.