Frequently Asked Questions
>> Printed add-ons:
You can add the unlocked add-on sets (Moat, Docks and Canals, Village) to your Printed or Digital+Printed pledge level if you want to get them in printed card-tile format. These sets are free for digital backers, so you don't have to do this if you need them in digital JPG or PDF formats.
To do this, you have to edit your pledge and add the amount of your selected add-on(s) to it. For example, if you have the $250 King Printed pledge level and you need the Docks & Canals and Village add-on sets you have to add +$50 to this pledge, so your final pledge will be $300. Any additional shipping fee will be calculated in the pledge manager and will be around +$3 (US) +$5(Canada) and +$7(Other) per selected add-on. Pledge manager will be out probably in January and you'll be able to pay in it even with PayPal.
In pledge manager, you'll be able to add extra core sets or individual sets of our previous releases both in digital and in printed formats to your order.
>> MapForge add-on
This is a digital add-on and you can add it to your Digital or Digital+Printed pledge.
You have to add $10 to your pledge if you need all the three core sets (City, Castle, Fortress) and all the unlocked add-on sets (Moat, Docks and Canals, Village) in MapForge compatible format with a registration key to the software.
If you do not need all the sets in MapForge-compatible versions, just add +$3 to your pledge per set that you want to get in this format.
Many of you have asked about this, so here is the answer: the cheapest way to get all the three core - and unlocked add-on sets in this format is the $25 ARCHITECT (DIGITAL) pledge +$10 for this add-on. ($35)
You'll find more about add-ons at the end of the project description with links to the previews.Last updated:
Yes, you can! (Even with the $1 watcher pledge.)
You change your pledge to a higher one or add individual sets (core, add-on or our previous sets) to your order both in digital and in printed formats. This pledge manager (CrowdOx) will be out a few weeks later after the campaign and you can pay in it with Credit Card or with PayPal until the end of January or mid-February, depending on how fast we can launch it.Last updated:
Yes! You can show and hide the grid layer in the digital PDF files, you'll find this feature in all of our products! The JPG files will come without any grid lines since all the online Virtual Tabletop programs can add them to your maps.
We will send out a survey after the campaign, and you can select a no-gid option if you need printed cards without any grid overlays.
These are 1-inch wide square grids, perfect for any 28mm miniatures and games.Last updated:
Material (Premium Stock): 11.6-pt. (0.35 mm) thickness, 320 gsm black core cardstock from French paper manufacturer Arjo-Wiggins. This silk-finish stock is similar to, but superior to, the stock used on popular trading card games.
Tiles you can see in the video at the end of the campaign and in other photos are standard quality tiles with 12-pt. thickness, 270gsm. The manufacturer will have this premium stock only from the 1st of January, but I'll make a video about it once I get hem, you'll get the premium quality card-tiles.
Features: Square Corners / Low-gloss UV Coating / Double-sided
Dimension: 6 inches by 6 inches.Last updated:
As long as you'll not sell it, sure!
These tiles are only for personal use and you cannot modify or use them to your own book or published adventure without other licenses or our acceptance. Please contact us first if you have any commercial plan with the tiles, we can talk about it after the campaign.Last updated:
We have got the answer from the printing company, and the short answer is no, it is not.
Because we'll do the backer fulfillment via DriveThruRPG using their complimentary copies webpage tool, they will write only the cost of printing on the package and not the amount you pledge here! So the declared value will be as low as possible to you.
In practice, when they send these packages via government postal service, the value of each shipment is low enough that the postal service usually does not bother to try to collect any customers or VAT. They “usually” do not, but it is possible that they could.
Packages will be shipped from the USA.Last updated:
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