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Eldritch Horror Role Playing in the Trenches of World War One
Eldritch Horror Role Playing in the Trenches of World War One
786 backers pledged $33,188 to help bring this project to life.

Quick update and Happy Holidays!

Posted by Wet Ink Games (Creator)
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Greetings Soldiers!  

It’s been a busy couple weeks since the end of the Kickstarter. Matt played the first public game of Never Going Home with a few lucky folks at a local gaming event. Things went very well. We had people who came to the table because they were backers, because they loved the one-line “horror in WWI” pitch, and because they liked the art. Everything was working as expected and he says he can’t wait to run again.  

Brandon has been hard at work talking to vendors and getting contracts and content out to freelancers. We want to make sure we get the best price and quality for the number of sets we have to deliver. Numbers are looking good. He’s also been putting all the details together for our Backer Kit. Backer kit will be how you can modify your pledge and update your address and contact information if it changes between now and delivery time. There you will be able to add any items you may want to include or have additional copies of, like the main book or extra dice. The Backer Kit page and the Pre-order store for those who missed the Kickstarter have been submitted for approval, so you all should be seeing the e-mail as soon as it is approved. There will be another update with that information. Shipping will be collected via the Backer Kit, and we took great pains to get the price for our international backer as low as possible. This is always a struggle for companies our size, but we’re always striving to improve.  

Art not final
Art not final

We also have a design for the Occult dice back from artist Charles Ferguson-Avery. They look great. The design includes traditional card suits for GMs who want to be extra nasty and throw randomly-generated Journey requirements at their units. Thanks, Charles. If you love Charles’ art, take a look at his own Kickstarter running now: Into the Wyrd and Wild.  

We have one more thing to share with you all. We already have some fan art! This is a piece by Steven Wu, one of the writers unlocked by our backer numbers stretch goals. Steven is an artist as well as a writer and he did this “on a whim”. We love it and this piece hits all the right notes Never Going Home is going for. Thanks, Steven.

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      French Matthew Gerald on

      Awesome job Steven! Beautiful picture.