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Thanks for the quick comment
If we stop adding new details, almost all the files will be ready and sent before April 1st.
I wonder when the files of the digital edition should be mailed to us...
I'm GMing and I plan to use the maps as part of my campaign
Yes. Print backers will receive all digital files.
Do print backers get digital files as well?
Man, I'm really excited to incorporate this into my campaign. As a new-ish GM, I rely heavily on other source material, especially when it comes to virtual tabletop stuff. I am doing a World Serpent Inn thing and I can't wait to get my players "stuck" in The Valley of Kildar as a parallel material plane.
Thank you all for your support!
Congrats on your successful KS campaign!
Just in time to use in my table top 5E campaign!
Congratulations on a great first project! Wow did it really jump up there at the end. Hope this is just the first of many more!
Congrats on the successful campaign!! I'm really looking forward to being able to play this.
Congratulations on the funding of this amazing project! I can't wait to use it in my game!
I am in... love the style of the maps.
No need. With the printed copy you also receive the digital version.
If I add an additional 8$ I get the PDF too right
I am also excited to see the number of backers!
Thank you again for your support.
Oh, and in case you didn't notice, yes I can get excited over the simplest things :)
Jumped into the multi thousands - yay!
The more I look at the artwork and everything, the more excited I get. This really looks like its going to be a really fun region to base adventures in, and even use as a base of operations to venture out into the surrounding world. I'm definitely looking forward to it!
You will receive multiple files.
Thank you for your support.
I got a digital copy, will i receive it as multiple pictures or just one large file?
Have you considered and put down where people / moster get they food and other stuff. I mean if there is small forest is there maybe deers, berries, bunnies, wolf pack and so on?
So you should not make forest too small (naturally not too big either). Specially if things (peoples / animals / monsters) do not know each others and they all have own "territories".
I kinf of hope you have created "own eco system" in your valley. Because of few reasons (if there is nearby huge city and caravans travel pretty much daily from Northburg to Kildar to BigCity(tm) people in BigCity(tm) would know for all troubles.
Sorry if you feel that this is iritating nit picking. But I assume atleast some players have hunted / gathered / spend time in wild so it would give more deepness in this adventure pack. (Also if you include some info like how much and what kind of wild life there is most GM's would be able to gather info from these animals / berries and other stuff quite easily for players to use)
In my mind, The Forest of Kildar is small. Maybe 1 day or 1 day and a half to pass through it (from south to north).
But of course you can do whatever you want. It can be a very large forest if you want.
I should probably say that I'm curious to see how large you, as the developer, envisioned the forest to be. I know it can be how ever large a GM wants it to be, but wanted to know what you had in mind for it. Thanks!
I have to say that this looks really cool! I'd been watching it for a week now, but the more I looked at it... The more I liked it, and I finally had to join in!
I do have one question. How large of an area does the forest encompass? I'm wondering how far apart the various encounter locations are out of sheer curiosity. Meanwhile, keep up the great work!!
The main map is the map in color (The Valley of Kildar).
So there is a map of a larger area and also maps that show smaller areas in more detail?
The ZOOM IN MAPS are simply enlarged parts of the main map.
For example : The Forest of Kildar.
I keep meaning to ask but keep forgetting - what are "zoom in" maps?
Yes and I am really happy and grateful to all of you!
Yay! We've hit 4 digits :)
Don't worry guys. My costs have been calculated and verified several times with many printers.
@Michael I was a bit concerned about the price also. That's part of why I asked about the page count. I don't want any creator to get stuck not able to make costs not to mention a bit of profit. With this being Daniel's first project, I really hope that he is checking his list twice.
Sorry, that time of year and I couldn't resist :)
Yes I'm sure for the printing costs.
There is no harcover book and more than 75% of the stuff is in black and white. It's why my price for the printed copy is low.
I am from Montreal, so good to see this coming from my home city. Your sales price for printed copies looks low. Are you sure you costed it all out properly?
It's a "work in progess" project. I will publish the drawings as they are completed.
For example, in the next days I will publish a Kildar's house drawing, the Forest of Kildar map and a battlemap section.
This looks interesting and I'm in for a print copy. I've got a couple of questions.
If you have any artwork ready, could you add some to the description or possibly some sample layout? About how many pages do you expect the final product to be?
Yes you will also receive the digital version.
If we back for the physical copy (which I have done) do we receive digital versions as well?