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A 5e and Pathfinder adventure path about power and what you do with it.
199 backers pledged $4,024 to help bring this project to life.

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Posted by Chamomile Has A Project (Creator)

Having to figure out stretch goals in a panicked frenzy because I funded in 12 hours when I was expecting that to take 5-ish days as an optimistic estimate is probably the best problem this Kickstarter could've thrown at me. Huge thanks to everyone who's gotten me this far.

The $500 version of this project will come complete with all the maps, tokens, and rules you need to play Petals and Thorns - on Roll20, for 5e, and with lots of reused tokens. It's my hope that in the ~690 hours left in this campaign, we can knock some of those qualifiers off and open this adventure up to an even larger portion of the D&D community. One of the most frequent requests I've gotten so far has been for a .pdf version. This surprises me, because I thought taking advantage of virtual tabletops' unique capabilities to deliver an experience impossible at a regular table would be a major selling point, but apparently I was wrong, so the .pdf version is our first stretch goal - if we can hit $800, everyone who pledged $15 or more will be getting a .pdf version of Petals and Thorns alongside their VTT version.

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      Nathan Ahmed on

      This was a pretty nifty thing to read, and I was more and more excited to read the description as it went on. So much so that I signed on with a shareable amount of excitement.
      Now, I'm no expert on these kinds of things, but it sounds like you need a partner or two to provide some specific assistance on this venture. I am absolutely not that person hahaha, but there are tremendous people on the internet with the exact skills you might need.
      Either way, I am now on the hype train for this adventure!

      P.S. I'm calling it now, you will get a good chunk more funding than you originally ever thought of. Perhaps consider a printed version of this adventure as a stretch goal, or at least physical versions of those sweet sweet maps or handouts! A PDF is amazing, but there are few things in a DnD session as satisfying as pulling out a giant map and flopping it on the table.

      Good luck!