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Hams, hags, and troll fats! Sorcery and savagery! Talking cats! Loot! RPG is a fantasy webcomic ready to enter the world of print.
Hams, hags, and troll fats! Sorcery and savagery! Talking cats! Loot! RPG is a fantasy webcomic ready to enter the world of print.
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      Richard Fuss
      on November 30, 2015

      Everyone should go to the Campaign tab and scroll all the way to the bottom and click on report this project and select "Post-funding Issues: The creator is not communicating and the project status is unclear."

    2. Maria on September 29, 2015

      Still quite angry about this whole mess.... Let me tell you how much less I give when I back projects now.

    3. Liam Simmons
      on June 30, 2015


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      Jeff S on May 15, 2014

      I periodically take a look here to see if anyone is commenting but unfortunately when they do, it is the same thing...nothing heard and nothing received. I long ago accepted it was an incredible long shot that something would be delivered and furthermore, that ultimately, my money was gone.

      Sadly, I am the one who is supposed to get the Renae De Liz original artwork that was shown in the last update. Every time I look to see if anything has changed here I see the image of her pencils and know that it should have been in my hands long ago.

      Other than pledging on one other occasion, this project killed my interest in Kickstarter projects. At least I haven't lost any more money along the way.

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      EdL on May 8, 2014

      For people waiting on John Darnielle sketches there's a thread about it on the mountain goats message board:…

    6. Ron on May 5, 2014

      She is a thief plain and simple. Continues to create in other venues but completely ignores this responsibility. No excuses!!

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      Evan Peavey on May 1, 2014

      I received a message from John Darnielle asking for my current address a few months ago. Fingers crossed I'll see something from this sometime soon. Seems ridiculous that no one has received anything after 29 months. Is there anything we can do?

    8. Maria on April 16, 2014

      Just curious.... has anyone heard anything? This project is the biggest reason I now only pledge VERY SMALL amounts to projects.

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      Chris on March 4, 2014

      I still email Stacie once in a while to ask when the rewards will be going out. I never get a reply, but I like doing it because it reminds her she stole people's money.

    10. Dan Gee on December 19, 2013

      Oop, just found JD's twitter, will say hi there.

    11. Dan Gee on December 19, 2013

      Yo, finally catching up on seeing where my "unfulfilled" kickstarters are at, and looks like everyone is in the same boat. As one of the John Darnielle level backers - Edward/Chris (if you see this), do we need to get in touch with him ourselves at this point or is the ball rolling do you know. Best route for a response?

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      EdL on October 27, 2013

      Scratch that - I messaged John Darnielle via Tumblr got an update. He also asked if people could let me know here who out of the backers for this reward owns or uses a turntable, if you could post here/or message him directly via twitter or tumblr you might receive a sweet treat along w your reward! So damned excited! ;)

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      EdL on October 27, 2013

      Oh and does anyone know how to change your delivery address for this? I´ve moved twice since pledging, worried my reward may end up getting delivered to the wrong country...

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      EdL on October 22, 2013

      Holy crap that´s exciting news Chris - thanks for the update!

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      Chris on October 2, 2013

      Good news for anyone who has a John Darnielle sketch coming: he has our addresses and is still planning on sending the sketches, hopefully by the end of the year.

      Sorry there's not good news for everyone. :\

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      Harald Demler
      on August 28, 2013

      Anybody got any news?

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      Chris on July 22, 2013

      Has anybody heard anything in the 4 months since the last update?

      I sent an email on July 2, never heard back, but I check her Twitter and it's being updated frequently, so....?

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      James on March 15, 2013

      Well it seems we've got some attention from Bleeding Cool on this subject, check it out:

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      James on March 6, 2013

      No response on Twitter for me. I tried also posting on the board, we'll see what happens. A simple update, even if there's nothing to report, would keep a lot of us from being so upset. I can't understand why someone would treat their fans like this.

    20. John LaTour on February 27, 2013

      Left a polite comment asking for an update on the latest entry. It started as "awaiting approval" but was deleted by this morning. I'm done here.

    21. Maria on February 22, 2013

      I tried a Twitter message months ago and got no reply. I'll check back to see if you hear anything.

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      James on February 22, 2013

      I can't believe she is just ignoring us. She posts on Facebook and Twitter so it's not like she is MIA. Very disappointing. I sent her a Twitter msg, I'll post again if I hear anything.

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      Chris on January 25, 2013

      John -- I asked John Darnielle back in November and he said he was still planning on drawing his sketches, and that he just needed to put aside time to do them. (He was on tour at the time.) But since nobody can get a reply or explanation from Ms. Ponder, I'm not very hopeful that sketch would find its way into my hands even if it does get made.

    24. John LaTour on January 10, 2013

      Going at this another way, has anyone heard anything from any of the other artists involved? Renae De Liz? Brea Grant? John Darnielle?

    25. Ron on January 2, 2013

      Here is the response I got from Kickstarter.

      Hi Ron,

      Thanks for writing in and bringing this to our attention. We’re sorry to hear that this has been a frustrating experience.

      When you back a project you enter into an agreement with the project creator, as described in our terms of use ( This agreement establishes a legal requirement for creators to follow through on their projects, and gives backers a recourse if they don't. We hope that backers will consider using this provision only in cases where they feel that a creator has not made a good faith effort to complete the project and fulfill.

      While Kickstarter is the platform for this agreement, we are not a part of it. Kickstarter itself cannot force the creator to fulfill rewards, offer refunds, or communicate with backers (though we encourage them to do so). It's the creator's responsibility to complete their project as promised.

      While issues like this are between the backer and creator, it's important that we're aware of these situations. We’ve made a note of this, and will take the status of this project into consideration if this creator submits another project.

      Thanks for being a thoughtful backer, and we certainly hope that this issue is resolved soon.


      December 31,

      My response was:


      So basically you are saying we are on our own as far as resolving this situation? I am not being bitter or disrespectful, I am simply trying to understand where we sit. Multiple backers have attempted to contact the project creator with no response. Trying to resolve legally, as you indicate, is not worth the $$ for a small pledge like this ( it will likely cost several times pledge amount to resolve ).

      If this is the case then I believe we are simply screwed out of the $$ and have to take this as a lesson learned. I will be very disappointed if I see this project creator gain approval for any further projects. This would greatly undermine Kickstarter's reputation in my eyes.

      Thank you for clarifying the situation.


      Seems like we are basically on our own as far as recouping any funds. I have asked for clarification of this. If our only recourse is a legal one then we are pretty much screwed as it would cost several times our pledges to resolve. Lessons learned I guess.

    26. Ron on December 31, 2012

      My initial request to Kickstarter is #168773. Feel free to reference this in any communications to them.

    27. Ron on December 31, 2012

      I suggest that everyone send a note to Kickstarter detailing the issue as I have done. From their TOS they hold the creator legally responsible for either providing rewards or a refund. We need to let them know this has happened. The more voices the better.

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      Jeff S on December 28, 2012

      Just asked if we will ever hear anything and said that if she overshot, she should come out and be honest about that. Never heard anything back directly.

    29. Maria on December 20, 2012

      Just checked - I sent messages in October and November. Did you guys put anything specific in your messages?

    30. Maria on December 20, 2012

      I've sent multiple messages over the months, and never heard anything back.

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      Jeff S on December 19, 2012

      Sent today, hopefully others are doing the same.

    32. John LaTour on December 14, 2012

      I sent a message this morning. I hope things turn for the best, as I've been a fan of Stacie's for a while. :)

    33. Ron on December 12, 2012

      Here is what I got from Kickstarter support:

      Kickstarter Support, Nov 29 11:50 (EST):
      Hi Ron,

      Thanks for reaching out, and I'm sorry for the frustrating experience you've had as a backer. My best advice would be for you to try getting in touch with the project creator directly. To message a project creator, simply go to the project page and click on the "contact me" link under the creator's name in the bio section. They should be able to address any backer rewards or refund related questions. Hope this helps.


      I suggest we all send creator a direct message ( not a comment ) via Kickstarter site. After this has been done we can go back to them and advise on results. My request # for this is 168773.

      Jeff, I agree. I have stuck to only backing those from folks I know and trust. I am having similar issue with the Womanthology project but at least they have started to communicate again and work out issues.

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      Jeff S on December 5, 2012

      Great news Ron, I didn't even realize that was possible. Hopefully this will result in some kind of refund as it is crazy one year has gone by and not only has nothing been delivered but communications throughout have been nil.

      Sadly, this killed my my desire to even look into other potential projects to support. I realize that is not the right way to look at things since I know there are a lot of honest project initiators out there but when it feels like your money was stolen, it is hard to feel otherwise.

    35. Ron on November 29, 2012

      According to section 5 of this , the Project Creator is legally required to either fulfill rewards or deliver refunds to all Backers who have not had rewards fulfilled.

      I have sent a request to Kickstarter on how to start the process of gaining refunds when the Creator is not communicating with Backers.

      Stay tuned.

    36. Maria on November 21, 2012

      Anyone know if there is any way to push for some information/updates on the project? Or are we just out of luck?

    37. Maria on November 21, 2012

      Still nothing? I guess it's a lesson learned. I've started only backing projects by creators with a history I can trust. It's a shame.

    38. Ron on October 29, 2012

      What is worse if you watch creators Twitter feed you can see other projects are moving along and she is creating other things. Guess we are lower ( much ) priority.

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      Jeff S on October 27, 2012

      Not a word. Even in other cases where unforeseen issues caused long delays, at least there were regular communications. That at least gave a sense of what was happening and in turn, the delays were far more palatable. In this case, I think it is a lost cause.

      As an aside, I was reading about another Kickstarter where after the guy realized he was farther away from being able to deliver than he thought, he offered to refund money to anyone who wanted it back. Granted, that is going to be an absolute rarity but I thought it was cool that he wanted to be fair with people once the situation drastically changed from the time the original pledges were made.

    40. Maria on October 27, 2012

      I'm guessing no one has heard anything?

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      Lloyd Dobler on October 21, 2012

      I bet we will hit a year on this one!

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      Richard Fuss
      on October 8, 2012

      Can we get an update?

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      Chris on September 26, 2012

      Sent emails and tweets this week asking for an update. No reply. Nice way to treat people who pledged money to help fund your project.

    44. Ron on September 1, 2012

      As posted in comments to Update 13, I am kissing $$ goodbye. Lesson learned I guess.

    45. Ron on June 20, 2012

      *knock* *knock* Month past dead line given and no update. Wondering what is happening.

    46. Maria on May 28, 2012

      I'd love to know how this is going. Any progress status?

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      Jeff S on April 10, 2012

      Um, hello? Anyone home?

      Just looking for an update...

    48. Maria on February 23, 2012

      *chuckles* Life happens. Glad to know everything is okay and that the work continues :)

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