Frequently Asked Questions
On its own site (https://yokokasquest.com), tapastic (https://tapas.io/series/yokokasquest) or webtoon (https://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/yokokas-quest/list?title_no=131205 )!
The main website includes a list of characters and various other extras including links to everything else related to the story on top of the comic pages!Last updated:
Kickstarter will charge your card at the end of the campaign, but ONLY if we reach the goal!Last updated:
I can't seem to be able to pay using paypal and kickstarter isn't taking my debit card! What should I do?
I imagine kickstarter doesn't accept paypal because the chances of someone being unhappy with a project that isn't fulfilling fast enough could file for a chargeback and then things get very messy.
The only alternatives I can think of is borrow the credit card of someone you trust, or get one of those prepaid credit cards in a convenience store... sorry!Last updated:
If we reach the goal, the first thing we'll do is finish up the files we need to send to the printer (almost there!) and organize invoices to be efficient in our fulfillment. while we wait on the money to get to us. Once it does, we'll be sending our order to the book printer and get started on the rewards- most of which Caroline is going to handle and print herself at her job, making sure everything's all good.
Afterwards it's just a matter of back and forth with the book printer until we have a book that looks up to our standards and ship everything! Digital rewards should be done around the time we send our files to the book printer, after all edits and preparations are done.
Once everything has been fulfilled to all backers, we hope to drop the books in bookstores since part of our budget includes ISBN numbers (and barcodes)!Last updated:
If we don't reach the goal on this kickstarter no one gets charged, first of all. Which means that we get none of the funds to make this happen. The most likely scenario is that we're still going to get the book done anyway, but by saving money via sales on our stores, personal commissions and whatever else we can spare.
This is understandably going to be taking much longer, and we're not going to try another kickstarter again even for a different project- at least not for the foreseeable future!Last updated:
This is sadly the amount it costs us to ship the book out internationally. We spent an entire day trying to find a cheaper cost, but there isn't! In fact it's actually 22$ but we rounded it down to make it a bit less awful; this is sadly a very big and heavy book! To compensate we've made all paper rewards practically free in all tiers with books, so hopefully it's worth your consideration.
If you're interested in the book at all, you should get it now since the shipping costs won't change even if we end up putting it for sale later online- and it won't come with any of the extra goodies either!Last updated:
You know how some books you open and they have a “this book belongs to ___” area inside the cover? That's a bookplate! The ones we offer are stickers, so you can stick them wherever you feel like, but we'll make sure there's a designated suggested place for it! It's also the area where I sign your book, if that's something you'd like.
To add it to your pledge, just take your current amount and add 10$- so if you have Road to Adventure and ship to America it would be like this: 25$, plus 10$ shipping, plus the bookplate makes 45$. After the campaign ends, if it's successful, everyone will receive a survey to fill out information such as shipping address and what the extra amount they added to their pledge is supposed to be for, so we'll sort it out then!Last updated:
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