by Orphic Software
An old-school turn-based party-based RPG set in a huge open fantasy world.
This project's funding goal was not reached on November 17, 2012.
See full bio
by Orphic Software
Nov 1, 2012
Hey guys, we're still going strong and on track to meet our goal!
Check out this interview we did with TruePCGaming.com just released today.
Here are Antharion's official stretch goals:
Bumped my pledge to the $75 boxed version and so should everyone else to help hit the second stretch goal. That's a lot of cool extras and well worth the price! Hope we hit it!
Sorry for the misunderstanding guys - we didn't cut cooking and will update the Stretch Goals on the main page to reflect it.
I agree, why removing cooking? I prefer cooking (if the food has benefits) than gambling.
Foot in mouth, just noticed the homepage is the updated version.
They didn't cut cooking. I see it still.
Why did you cut out "cooking" just because some random guy says he doesnt like it? I like it and i hope you will still implement it. (maybe you merged it with crafting?)
Ok guys, we made a slight modification to the stretch goals section of the main page, bumping a few things up and clarifying that all items are non-cumulative.
Don't forget that some of us (like myself) would like a native Linux build - you already have Windows and OS X builds, so this should be rather quick and relatively easy.
@Chris the $21000 tier doesn't include perks/feats so I'd argue these are indeed accumulative
Nice stretch goals
Bump Necromancy up a tier and Cooking down under the House, makes more sense and frankly could care less about cooking. Necromancy shouldn't be at a goal that is so far out of reach, I'd be pledging higher if it seemed likely to end up in the game. My 2 cents.
Are these accumulative or no?
Example, at 25,000 will you have 55 extra monsters? Or 25?
If it is accumulative, might want to add cooking to the last one, and state so.
Last part, you would put Necromancy at the end to make me pledge higher.