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A tabletop Role-Playing Game of High Adventure and Low Comedy in the best bar in the multiverse.
A tabletop Role-Playing Game of High Adventure and Low Comedy in the best bar in the multiverse.
509 backers pledged $39,476 to help bring this project to life.
Matthew Strain, Brian Gillespie, and 4 more people like this update.


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    1. old beetle on

      Dude, somehow I missed this update. Alex and I are hoping you are doing well. Let us know if you need anything.

    2. ATH

      Wow - that's rough! Glad you're on the road to recovery! Don't worry about us - concentrate on getting better! If there's anything we can do to help, let us know.

    3. Frank Zazanis

      I can wait for sure. Praying for a speedy recovery for you Lee

    4. Adam Boisvert

      I have heard a lot of excuses for a lot of kickstarters, but this is the first time someone's tried "coma".

      What I mean is, get well soon ;)

      (oh, and people are very right--keep up with the physical therapy--it will help a lot)

    5. Harald Hellerud on

      Take whatever time you need to get well! Good luck!

    6. Bryan Lee Davidson on

      Get well soon sir. Keep at the physical therapy. It will help.

    7. Von Quiroz on

      Get well and keep us up to date =)

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      zanian0 on

      Well, of all the Kickstarter being late excuses I've heard, this one is definitely the most valid!

      Get well soon.

    9. Sarah Milton on

      Geeze man! Look after yourself and work hard! Remember, it may be difficult but don't give up! Even if things take a bit longer than anticipated you can still get em done!

      And look on the bright side! You're up in time for Christmas!

    10. Bill Sorensen on

      Get well soon! The game can wait.

    11. Edward Linder

      Get better soon so we can all have a good laugh together playing TFVB2!

    12. TacoWaffle on

      In that case, I take back at least half of the things I said about you in the last month!

      Seriously, though. Super-glad you ended up on the warmer side of that particular divide and I wish you a speedy recovery. Hang in there and get yourself healthy again!

    13. Micah Edwards

      Dang! Glad you're improved now; hope the rest of the recovery is speedy.

    14. SpinDisc on

      Gosh! Do take your time. I am sure we can all wait. And when all is good again and you can look back at 'your story' I am pretty sure you can use it in an adventure.

    15. Austin Loomis

      I second Andrija's yikes and Brian's "was wondering what the heck was going on". Actually, you'd been quiet for long enough that I was starting to worry. Glad to hear you're on the mend; hope you'll be all the way to "all right" by New Year's.

    16. Neal Dalton

      @Matthew Martin Well if he's a soap opera character, then he's got a good looking physical therapist coming his way.

      Uh no, I don't watch Days of Our Lives. I'm just in the room when my wonderful wife has it on. Yeah, that's it.

    17. Grant Robinson on

      Yep, totally counts as a valid excuse.

      Good luck, and let us know if we can help!

    18. Andrija Popovic

      Yikes! I hope you get a chance to recover. Feel free to use this to guilt people into becoming minions - if Coma doesn't work, what does?

      PS: Tasty Coma Spouse - good schtick idea.

    19. Matthew Martin on

      Seriously? Coma? What are you? A soap opera character?

      In all seriousness, keep on getting healthier, and keep us posted on your progress. April 2014 is still a ways away. :-)

    20. IncHulkFan

      Well, if that is the BEST excuse you can come up with then, fine. Seriously though, I wish you a healthy and speedy recovery! We'll all be ready to belly up to the bar whenever you are.

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      John Williams on

      I wish you nothing but the speediest of recoveries and the best of health afterwards.

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      Russ kludy on

      Wow! Glad you are on the mend. If you can recover from this, the project should be easy. getting it done "Soon" works for me. even for significantly large values of soon

    23. Tom Hoefle

      get well soon - but dont worry about us - where here waiting patiently

    24. Mark Scrudder

      Good luck in your recovery, sir.
      Thank you for keeping us in the loop.

    25. Neal Dalton

      Best of luck to you in your recovery.

    26. elmiko on

      as we always say around our table, real life > gaming. take care of yourself and get well soon :)

    27. Brian Gillespie on

      Wow Lee. I was kind of wondering what the heck was going on. Sorry to hear you've had a rough couple of months, and I hope you feel better soon. I'm excited to get the updated TTFV, but I don't kill yourself doing it. I've waited for 15 years, I can wait a while longer. :)

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      Andrea Martinelli on

      Don't worry about the game, sir. Health comes first.

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      Chris Fuchs on

      That's really scary. Glad to hear you are on the mend. Your health is so much more important. Things will get done when they get done.

    30. Geoff Ellingwood on

      Yikes! Get better soon, but at your own pace. We'll get the Bartender to serve up a drink (or three) while we wait.

    31. David Yellope

      Wow. Glad you're still with us... and best wishes on a full and complete recovery.