Robert Burke Games has commissioned world renowned fantasy artist Kerem Beyit to create more of his fantastic dragon portraits for the world of Draco Magi, a card game designed by Robert Burke and Richard Launius.
This project features the third set of new dragons completed by Kerem and the money we raise from this project will help us to commission new dragon art from this very talented artist.
If you help us bring more dragons into the world you will be rewarded with stunning, highly detailed dragon art and/or prototype cards!
Please note: Prototype cards are printed on demand in the US and so will not be an exact match to the cards in the base game.
Now to onto the dragons!
The Deep Sea Dragon: This dragon was suggested and then voted on by our previous Kickstarter backers! The inspiration for this dragon is the angler fish and Kerem did a fantastic job on him! His ability, "Lure," makes the Deep Sea dragon especially threatening to Purple and Black dragons hiding behind stronger allies.
The Blood Dragon: This is a dragon that Kerem came up with. We purchased the rights to make a card from it. Unfortunately, we do not have the rights to do posters or prints of this one. The Blood Dragon's ability may look weak at first glance, but he is a game changer!
The Ice Dragon: The Ice Dragon's ability pairs nicely with the Forest Dragon since blue gems can be opposite of green gems on battlefield cards. We hope to see many battles involving the Ice, Forest and Bronze dragon with this addition!
As part of this campaign we are offering two different poster sizes as well as stretched and unstretched canvas prints.
You can get any of the following dragons as 8.5"X11" posters on 100lb glossy paper or as 16"X20" posters on 100lb matte paper.
Buy more than one and get $2 off each additional poster!
Dragons available as a poster or on canvas:
Additional dragons available on canvas, but not as posters:
Risks and challenges
The funding goal for this project has been set low as we will be printing on demand in the USA so our minimum printing requirements are just 250 units each.
The biggest risks to delivering by the deadline include:
-Unexpected redesign due to regulatory, manufacturing quality or color issues
-Shipping and logistical issues
-Natural disasters / acts of God
-Unexpected issues with our manufacturer or distributor
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