Why another Steampunk Cthulhu Bicycle cards campaign?
Daily I am emailed by both backers and those that missed the first campaign asking if there is any way to get a deck of these cards. I'd like to say that after the campaign I'll just do another print run with Bicycle, but the reality is that they require a minimum of 2,500 decks each time, which amounts to almost $9,000. So paying for a second print run is probably not going to happen. The easy solution is that I can add more decks onto this current print run with only the added cost per deck. Make sense?
I'm currenty offering some signed decks through my current Elves & Orcs Bicycle card campaign: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/370388468/elves-and-orcs-bicycle-playing-cards
Why such a short time limit?
A production schedule is already in motion with Bicycle and if I have a very limited amount of time in which I can change the order amount for this print run.
Where are the frills?
This is a simple, no frills campaign to let people grab a few more decks, as they will probably never be printed again. No time for frills. The funding goal is small enough that if only a few people want decks, it will still happen.
Ok, so what's this thing look like?
Risks and challenges
The main risks i see on this project would be any delays in production on Bicycle's end. For example, after the first campaign ended, I was informed there would be factory shut down days that pushed thigs out a couple of weeks. The work is done on the card deck and submitted to Bicycle, this is just a campaign to extend the number of decks being printed.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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