TWO Stretch Goals?! Plus more!
Good afternoon, fellow Venetians! More info incoming!
Wow! It took a couple of days for us to get there, but now we're busting down stretch goals like no ones business! So, time to unveil the new rewards!
So the first reward I'm sure a lot of people guessed, but the £37,000 had everyone stumped! Anyone that picks up the Venice Set D (either as an Add-on or as part of your Pledge Level rewards) will gain an extra set of Floating Detritus!
We'll update the Add-on sets in the next day or two, but for now I popped to the resin room to find out exactly what's in this new set, and I was not disappointed!
So that's a big set of sunken barrels (those tied together ones really stumped everyone, didn't they?), a lone fishing net, and two piles of rubbish. In Carnevale you can use these to make jumping across the canals a little bit easier, as your characters use them to leap further than usual.
Just to continue from yesterday, there are live feeds coming soon! We're looking at hosting the first one early next week, and we'd like to hear your questions! We've had a couple already, but we'd love to hear what you want to know!
You can comment on this post with your questions, starting each question with "RULES" or "KICKSTARTER" or any other topic! You can also message us directly on here or on our Facebook page. We'll collect the questions from all over, put them into categories, and then put your questions to the relevant members of the team.
One of the new characters we've introduced is the Fisherman. You get two of these warriors in the 2-Player Starter Box, so I thought we'd just learn a little bit more about them!
The Fisherman character came about after we were chatting about the origins of The Guild. We all know about the Thieves Guild, but what about before that?
The Guild initially started with boat builders and fishermen in Venice. It was these individuals who joined together to become something greater, and to help each other out.
In the world of Carnevale, with Rashaar stalking the canals, the fisherman seemed like a natural addition! Of course, after the opening of The Rent, the fishermen's quarry became rather larger, and harder to catch, so they had to adapt.
In game, the Fisherman plugs a gap in The Guild's ranks, a character able to go toe-to-toe with some of the larger monsters coming for them. With a giant spear or a long range harpoon launcher, you'll want to keep these fighters well protected by Citizens in order to use them to their fullest potential.
So there we have it! Who's looking forward to adding the Fisherman to their Guild gang?