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      Creator Mr.Monttu - Flying Hamster on April 16

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      Creator Andrew (Ax3) on March 26

      Who do I need to speak to about obtaining my second key?
      Help would be appreciated.

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      Creator Joe P on March 10

      Confused... Purchased a lower tier kickstarter for full game access, but now Grim Dawn has become some form of Greenlight game where I won't be able to play until its finished (if it ever will be)?

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      Creator Hoder Jensen on February 1

      Will there be a different key for the expansion or will those of us who has "Grim Dawn Digital Release + Expansion!" keys automatically be detected as a +expansion key, when that time comes?

      Also please do check out this kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/area5/outerlands-season-one - It's a documentary series on gaming, done by some really talented guys who has done lots of other quality content, eg. the making of The Last of Us and the history of Street Fighter for Capcom.

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      Creator Crate Entertainment on January 27

      -Flavius, you should be receiving email notifications from KS when we post updates, such as when alpha was released. Could it have ended up in your spam box?

      -Alexandre, it hasn't been sent yet but the sound crew finished the final masters and are just putting some last touches on it / getting it all in order. It should be available in the next month or so and will appear on your humble store page for download (the digital version - physical merchandise will go out after the game is finished).

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      Creator Alexandre MANGIN on January 26

      I don't remember, so does someone know if the soundtracks have been sent? (I am a Digital Deluxe Edition backer)

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      Creator Flavius Goicea on January 23

      Nevermind, I figured it out.... painless, but wish there was some better way to notify backers who don't watch KS pages constantly. I had to find out about the the early access through a Gamestop video on my Roku. :-O

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      Creator Flavius Goicea on January 23

      I'm a $50 digital backer. Can I play the Early Access game on Steam or some other place? How do I go about doing that? Thanks...

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      Creator Dan Lowe on December 29

      And I just put in a good couple hours in early access - very happy about how the game is turning out. Already like it better than Path of Exile.

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      Creator Dan Lowe on December 29

      Have to throw in my two cents in support of those people who see kickstarter for what it is: a crowdfunding site. We can't even expect that a project we support on kickstarter will ever get made; we're simply donating in hopes that our contribution will increase that likelihood.
      I completely agree that if selling the game through Steam sales helps to fund your company and thus (hopefully) improve the quality of the product you deliver, that you should do it. Limiting your funding opportunities because your kickstarter supporters didn't have the same 'deal' is absurd. Kickstarter isn't about deals, it's about supporting projects we want to exist. I don't even expect more money to directly correlate to more time spent on the game. That's not how profit works.
      I understand people's frustration, but have to believe it derives from us not having bottomless financial resources. At the same time, though, I find it ironic that we commit time to complaining about not saving a few dollars for a game on the Internet (that would have cost $40+ from a studio with corporate overhead) while spending nowhere near that effort to correct the conditions that make us lack those resources in the first place. Take that how you will, and I'm not barking at people to 'go get a job' (I don't have one, and can hopefully afford to never have one again), but there are battles that need to be fought and this is not one of them.

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      Creator Gökhan Halil Düzgün on November 30

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      Creator João Gonçalves on November 24

      @Jesus @Courtade Pierre-Alexandre

      Agree

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      Creator Jean-Marc Therrien on November 16

      Hi I backed at the 45$ so I get early access but I can't get my key from the HumbleStore. I sent them a mail and am waiting for an answer. Anything you can do?

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      Creator TrentJaspar on November 14

      As somebody who only backed at the basic tier, I'm happy to have more $$ in your pockets, and more testers prior to v1.0.0. :-)

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      Creator TrentJaspar on November 14

      "I totally did not realize people would see Steam Early Access as different from us continuing to sell the game through our web store."
      -- Steam is much more visible reminder that they no longer have exclusive early access-- and exclusivity is a big reason why some folks back early access, or even back at all. I bet some didn't even realize you could jump in on alpha/beta access via your web store. My US$0.02.

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      Creator TrentJaspar on November 14

      "[We] plan to open up access to existing digital release backers by Jan as a compromise given that the game should have been finished by now."
      -- GREAT News! Thanks, Crate!

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      Creator Jesus on November 13

      Agree with Courtade Pierre-Alexandre on this:
      "The problem is the "EXCLUSIVE" access to the beta was sell on kickstarter for 35$, without a real feedback on the game, and one year latter it's only 27$ on steam"

      It doesn´t feel good. Some of us supported this game from one year ago, now we see the game on early access, cheaper and new supporters jumping right in to try the beta. Like seeing that girl you always wanted going out with a guy she just met.

      It´s not dramatic, I can even understand the developers. But next time it will better to wait before preordering too early. Even if in the end you get the girl.

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      Creator Crate Entertainment on November 13

      "maybe im wrong but i think the game is in steam and released and the key dont work."

      Manuel, the game is only out on Early Access and is still being developed. However, you will be able to play soon as we plan to open up access to existing digital release backers by Jan as a compromise given that the game should have been finished by now.

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      Creator Crate Entertainment on November 13

      "Have you guys reconsidered your stance on linux now after the SteamOS announcement? Any plans to try and port it now with that in mind?"

      Hi Ben, unfortunately we are still not in a place where we have the time / resources to consider a port. First priority is finishing the game. At that point, we'll have to see where we are and whether it makes sense. On the upside though, while it may not be as good as a port, we've heard from some linux users that Grim Dawn does run well with Wine.

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      Creator madGamer on November 12

      we have to understand the big delay. The game will have the double of the content that they initially said. i will be waiting for this great game.

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      Creator Manuel Otero Moreira on November 12

      hey i pay for the game and the steam number dont work. fix this.
      www.humblebundle.com
      Thanks for purchasing Grim Dawn Digital Release!

      When the game is released, you'll find it available to download right here!
      Please note: The "Grim Dawn Access Key" will be used for installation of the final game if it is not activated on Steam.
      Steam keys will be available upon release.
      maybe im wrong but i think the game is in steam and released and the key dont work.

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      Creator Courtade Pierre-Alexandre on November 12

      The problem is the "EXCLUSIVE" access to the beta was sell on kickstarter for 35$, without a real feedback on the game, and one year latter it's only 27$ on steam and worst, only 540 RUB (~16,5$) on the ru version of steam which is less than the minimal pledge.

      I think it's disrespectful to the people who back the game, you should do the same way as Planetary Annihilation.

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      Creator Sean Hull on November 11

      For what it's worth. I have been playing and have enjoyed it quite a bit. I found two MINOR bugs, but my biggest issue was that I hit the end of the playable part ;)

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      Creator Ben Pottinger on November 10

      Have you guys reconsidered your stance on linux now after the SteamOS announcement? Any plans to try and port it now with that in mind?

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      Creator JediaKyrol on November 9

      Alpha, Beta, Potato...same thing...just go back through those last couple and mentally swap the words.

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      Creator Matt Krantz on November 9

      @Jedia You do know that its not in apha right? Its in beta.. Just to let you know, so if people complaint because they dont get the Alpha, they are several months late..

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      Creator JediaKyrol on November 8

      That's what I said...people are complaining in the forums and on steam and even a few posts here about not getting the alpha for free when they didn't pledge at that tier (one of which was apparently you! Unless I misread that "In my opinion it's also unfair to see the game on Steam" bit...then I apologize.)...to the point that Crate had to respond here about it. I'm saying I DID pledge at the $18 and I am happy to wait for the full game to come out...and am happy the game gets more coverage no matter where or how it happens. People who buy off of steam or on the website don't get any of the bonuses Kickstarter backers get...so there's nothing to whinge about.

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      Creator Ethan David Knight on November 8

      No, you're not actually - which you'd know if you'd bother reading the comments so far. Nobody expected to play the alpha, so take your hostile and antagonising rubbish back to the circle-jerk on the forums. Thanks.

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      Creator JediaKyrol on November 8

      I guess I'm one of the few who backed below the tier to get the alpha that didn't expect to get to play the alpha with those who did back at that tier or higher.

      ...some people will get upset about anything. I'm still fine waiting for the finished game which I WILL GET AT A REDUCED PRICE COMPARED TO PEOPLE WHO DID NOT SUPPORT THE KICKSTARTER...

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      Creator Ethan David Knight on November 8

      Hahaha, well said Matt :D Honestly - the game is coming, it's going to be FANTASTIC, that's all that really matters :)

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      Creator Matt Krantz on November 8

      @Crate, lets move on. dont listen to our negativity.. go on and make the best game you possbile can instead of talking with us grumpy old men, :) you know we have faith in you and your team, thats why we backed Grim Dawn in the first place.. that and because Titan Quest is one of the best ARPG ever made.

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      Creator Crate Entertainment on November 8

      "The people who've backed at the relevant ($35) tier and haven't got access yet have a right to be annoyed."

      Everyone who paid for early access is currently able to play, so anyone with the $35 tier has access right now. If you don't have a key for Steam activation, please refer to this post with information about how to claim your early access key: http://www.grimdawn.com/forums/showthread.php…

      "In my opinion it's also unfair to see the game on Steam (whether it's "Early Access" or not as it is still on the sales page and available to everyone) It's unfair that people that backed this from Minute 1 are still excluded because of the lengthy delay, but those that buy on Steam now can play and enjoy."

      I can only say that I totally did not realize people would see Steam Early Access as different from us continuing to sell the game through our web store. Maybe we should have and I apologize for that. To me, the game has always been available for anyone to immediately buy if they contribute at a higher level. I don't really understand, for the purpose of trying to fund a game, why it would make sense to restrict access based on when people happened to hear about our project / whether they were in time for the KS or not. If people are willing to pay a premium to get in early and that helps fund development, is that not good for everyone?

      "So no, I'm not expecting early access nor am I being unreasonable by expecting something I haven't paid for - all I am expecting is the final game when it's finished :) The rest is me merely expressing discontent at the extended delay which means I won't get to play for a long, long, long time to come - whilst others can play just fine."

      The delay is unfair and that's the thing I'm most sorry about. I feel that you should be able to play the game in a more reasonable amount of time and that is why we're opening up early access to everyone. Our hand wasn't forced in this matter, we mentioned in previous updates that we planned to do this because it seems like the only reasonable thing to do given the circumstances. So, it shouldn't be such a long, long time before you can play and I'll be quite relieved once you're all playing.

      If I could redo the KS campaign and even our earlier pre-orders, with the experience I have now, I'd do things differently to avoid the potential for the problems we've run into. Unfortunately, as things are now, we can only try to move forward as best we can. KS is still a new thing and we were one of the earliest big projects; there is still a lot of learning happening for developers and hopefully these lessons will help improve the way projects and rewards are structured in the future.

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      Creator Matt Krantz on November 8

      @Ethan, well written. I totally agree with you on every point. I have never expected to play GD before release, but at The same time when this kickstarter was launched there was no such thing as early access on steam. The way beta was presented in the kickstarter was "exclusive beta access". Now with steam it is a "not so exclusive free for all (but those who payd to little back in 2012) beta". I still looking forward to Grim Dawn and wishes Crate all succes it can possible get, but the way this was done just feel wrong, mostly die to the delay and the fact that kickstarters exclusive beta was so short before all but we who paid to little dont get to play. I wish i did pay more then my 32 pledge....

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      Creator Ethan David Knight on November 8

      Oh and just so it's clear; I have nothing but respect for the developers and sympathy over the delays and the reasons that caused them. I don't want to come on here and ruin your day and despite everything, I hope opening up on Early Access ends up being beneficial to you! Another revenue stream is always a bonus, no? <3

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      Creator Ethan David Knight on November 8

      I think some are missing the point here. It's not that "we" can't play while others can pay their way into the game, it's that the game has been massively delayed - and could well end up with an even longer one - which negatively impacts only those that didn't pay into the beta. That's obviously a problem for a lot of people (myself included) and it's not out of spite or greed or "entitlement" (Oh god how I hate that word now, the internet has taken that word - and others like nostalgia - and warped it into something nasty, something insidious, something malignant) - it's a problem because it is quite simply unfair to tell 6000+ people THEY have to wait while others don't.

      In my opinion it's also unfair to see the game on Steam (whether it's "Early Access" or not as it is still on the sales page and available to everyone) It's unfair that people that backed this from Minute 1 are still excluded because of the lengthy delay, but those that buy on Steam now can play and enjoy. Being told to suck it up or pay more is also not exactly going to endear people, nor is stating that it's "unreasonable" to "expect" such and such .. it's unreasonable to expect people to be happy with substantial delays that only affect a certain subset of backers. If the delay affected everyone, as in; NOBODY else could play either, then there would be a lot less hostility. As it is, those on "alpha" tiers have been able to play for six months so far, those on beta were slightly delayed and only given access last month, but anyone on Steam can just waltz right in now and play - blowing raspberries at those that can't, because screw us, right? If we REALLY "cared" about the project, we'd have spent more cash. Right? That's the feedback on the forum. and it simply isn't true. Speaking for myself, I'd have tripled my pledge had I the means.

      So no, I'm not expecting early access nor am I being unreasonable by expecting something I haven't paid for - all I am expecting is the final game when it's finished :) The rest is me merely expressing discontent at the extended delay which means I won't get to play for a long, long, long time to come - whilst others can play just fine. I actually feel incredibly guilty about your statement of opening the game to everyone in January, I feel guilty because I feel like even though I haven't done *anything* wrong, it feels like I played a part in the brouhaha that has forced your hand and is making you give something to those that didn't pay for it. I feel terrible about that and THAT isn't right. I didn't ask for early access, but neither did I ask for a hostile community that treats low-tier pledgers like ungrateful greedy scumbags.

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      Creator Brotacon on November 8

      Wow, Jason is mad.

      Whilst I get that people are annoyed they're not getting recognition for the early support at the low tier (I only backed $18) I don't think not having access to the Steam beta is as much of a slap in the face as people seem to think. It's disappointing but if you look at it this way, the people who paid to have early access wouldn't be too happy if they opened the floodgates and essentially diluted their reward tier in doing so. The whole experience has made me believe that offering early access as an exclusive high tier reward isn't really a good idea because it opens up room for this type of vitriol and, dare I say it, entitlement. I'd LIKE to be able to play the game early, and it does make me a bit disappointed that people are playing it before me who never heard of the game until it was on Steam, but they PAID money for it, just like I did (actually a little more). If I want to gain access I can up my pledge, but I won't because I can wait like an adult.

      The people who've backed at the relevant ($35) tier and haven't got access yet have a right to be annoyed. But I understand that they get an extra copy of the game on release as per the $32 tier below.

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      Creator Crate Entertainment on November 8

      It seems I have missed a volley of comments over the last few days. Having read a couple, it is apparent that people are upset. : (

      Some similar comments have appeared on the forum and I've tried to respond and explain why certain decisions were made. I think the responses in these threads will help to address your concerns and you can join the conversation on the forum:

      This one talks about the reason people at the $18 tier don't yet have access:
      http://www.grimdawn.com/forums/showthread.php…

      This one talks about the price difference between Steam and the $35 tier:
      http://www.grimdawn.com/forums/showthread.php…

      I should say though, that we are planning to give final-release backers early access in Jan, we are just currently trying to give people who paid for early access their fair time with it. We originally expected alpha to go 4-6 months and beta 2-3 months. Because the alpha got delayed, everything has been delayed. While that may be unfair to everyone, it is distributed unfairness and I think better than just cutting the exclusive period from people who paid more to get in earlier and letting everyone in at once. It might have been a better PR move to just shaft the smaller group of people who brought the early access tiers and make the majority happy but that just doesn't seem right and the result is everyone is a bit unhappy. If you have questions or concerns or just want to pummel us with harsh comments, you're welcome to join the discussion on the forums. I apologize for the current situation and hope we can reach an understanding.

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      Creator Matt Mckenzie on November 7

      So, the reward for buying into this project a year and a half ago and not receiving a game in August 2013 as expected is no access to the game that anyone can buy on Steam now? That's total BS. I've learned my lesson to never back a game again and just wait for the inevitable Steam Early Access. Crate Entertainment should be ashamed and embarrassed by this. They are screwing over the very people who believed and supported them in the first place. Shameful!

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      Creator Martin on November 7

      I don't believe anyone has said that you're the bad guy. I don't see anyone in this situation as bad guys. And they haven't lied. The Kickstarter dates are called estimates for a reason. Plus there's little reason to assume that a delay of a year means the delay will be significantly beyond there. Lots of games get delayed, but that doesn't mean they get delayed forever.

      As for selling access to others, what's the relevance of that? Yes, they are. They're offering the same thing to you and they're also willing to let you upgrade your original pledge rather than buying the new one.

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      Creator Jason Gallagher on November 7

      Game was supposed to be out in August. It's November now. And they are selling access to others, whereas I have paid 18 months ago. Am I supposed to trust them to release it in a year? 3, 5, maybe 2020, how am I been the bad guy when they have in fact in lied.

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      Creator Martin on November 7

      That's not true at all. They've used Kickstarter in exactly the right way in almost all respects except one. They've put time and dedication into the product, they're going to give everyone everything they said and they made sure the extra money they made went into the game rather than pocketing it.

      The only mistake they've made is charging slightly less on Steam for the beta than they did in the original Kickstarter. The delay isn't a problem, it's a direct result of them making twice as much as they originally asked for and them putting that extra into the game rather than just pocketing it.

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      Creator Jason Gallagher on November 7

      If your happy with that Martin, fair enough. I ain't. Not only is this another case that will be used against Kickstarter in the future, and it really doesn't need any more bad publicity when it comes to PC gaming, but at the time I wasn't told I would have to wait 18 months to see the game become an open beta for not a lot more then I paid. I am easy to get rid off, simply give me my money back because I honestly feel shafted.For a few quid more I could get access, but at the moment with the taste this game has left in my mouth I wouldn't want to anyway. I do believe in Kickstarter, and really hope the other games show I'm right. Crate Entertainment used it totally in the wrong way.

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      Creator Martin on November 7

      Read the reward tiers. I'm going to get an "Exclusive "Service Medal" in-game accessory", an "exclusive swashbuckler's coat! (in-game item)", a "Special vintage, black-label bottle of Enchanted Burrwitch Brew that never runs dry. (in-game item)" and two copies of the game. While the Steam users only get one copy of the game and early access. Yes, I have to wait a bit, but I get a lot more. More than twice as much.

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      Creator Jason Gallagher on November 7

      Anyway Martin, the Steam customers get the full game, not too sure what you get that they are missing out on.

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      Creator Jason Gallagher on November 7

      When I chose that tier, which I admit is low for me, I did it to support PC gaming. Like a lot of people in that wave, if I really wanted the game I would have gone higher. It was a part of the whole Kickstarter wave. Having said that, I have no problem with people who paid more having beta access. What annoys me is that now people can pay not a lot more then I paid on Steam and have access those of us stupid enough to have backed the game 18 MONTHS AGO don't have. All I want is a refund. I have backed 24 games on here, check my comments, I'm usually totally supportive. If you lads like this treatment, fair enough. This is a joke.

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      Creator Martin on November 7

      I backed at the $32 tier, which means I paid more that the people on Steam are (and I highly suspect more than you) and I STILL don't have access. But no, I'm not annoyed, because I'm going to get what I paid for, which is significantly more than the Steam customers in the long run.

      I do agree that they probably should have priced the Steam access at $35 and not have had a discount, but that a comparatively minor issue. You obviously chose the tier that you did for a reason, has that reason really changed? You knew some people would be getting access before you, why does it matter who those people are?

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      Creator Jason Gallagher on November 7

      I just want to know how to get a refund, this was never really my type of game in the first place. More of a Baldur's Gate, Planescape type of player anyway. Did it simply to support PC gaming, and if I had waited could have simply got the alpha on Steam. Total contrast to other Kickstarters like Consortium where you could beta test the entire game, or Malevolence where the entire game has been available for over a year.

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      Creator Jason Gallagher on November 7

      Martin, in the time that this game was offered up, 18 months ago, we supported it hoping that it would see fruition. And while people who paid more got access to the Beta, those that supported it simply to help PC gaming like meself merely wanted to make a statement. I've said back then here I think that I simply did it merely to support games like this. I am a big supporter of Kickstarter, and have backed the likes of Divinity Original Sin, Torment, and many other games for quite a bit of money simply to show there is a market there and to support the type of game I want. Why am I so annoyed by this? This type of bullshit is insulting to backers and why so many are against Kickstarter. Are you not bothered that people have paid less supporters have access? I am. Crate Entertainment have abused Kickstarter, and for that people should be pissed off, simply because it will effect future Kickstarters and this entire industry.

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      Creator Ethan David Knight on November 7

      Whoa, that one is a bit harsh isn't it? We're all annoyed at what's happening, the huge delay and the fact that us cheapskates are feeling a tad unappreciated and excluded, but I think it's really harsh and unfair to call Crate thieves and scum :\

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      Creator Martin on November 7

      @Jason
      How exactly do you conclude that they are "thieves"? People are going to get exactly what they paid for, a bit late perhaps, but a delay does not equate to theft.
      Secondly, insulting every single person who disagrees with you is not a very good way to start a post, nor very good etiquette.

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    Digital Deluxe Edition with Special Will-O'-The-Wisp pet that acts as a light in the darkest of times. (cosmetic only) + Get our first expansion free via digital download when it is released + Exclusive, high resolution, digital map that could be used as a wallpaper or printed out for your wall. + Everything from the Digital Collector's Edition, including a digital copy of the game with access to alpha and beta. (This includes no physical goods to help international fans who want to support the project more but avoid VAT)

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    Co-op Digital Deluxe Bundle includes everything from the $85 version plus one additional digital copy of the finished game (does not include duplicates of all the extras).

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    Boxed Special Edition of the game with physical game disk and soundtrack. This is for those fans who just want the boxed game at a lower price without a lot of other physical goods. + Small fold-out paper map + Everything from the Digital Deluxe Edition including the expansion and a digital copy of the game with access to the alpha and beta. (Please add $10 for shipping outside the US & Canada)

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    Boxed Deluxe Edition of the game with physical game disk and soundtrack. + Grim Dawn poster suitable for framing + Small fold-out paper map + Everything from the Digital Deluxe Edition including the expansion and a digital copy of the game with access to the alpha and beta, plus an extra copy of the final digital release to give to a friend or loved one.(Please add $10 for shipping outside the US & Canada)

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    Limited G400 Edition gives you everything from the Boxed Deluxe Edition plus a sweet Logitech® Optical Gaming Mouse G400 for all your precision clicking needs! The people at Logitech® were kind enough to offer us these mice to use as a reward but we have a limited supply!

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    Hoarder's Edition includes a printed book edition of the "Crate Story" (Gives a behind-the-scenes look at the struggle of starting a new game studio and tells the story of Crate from the last days of Iron Lore to the development of Grim Dawn and the many challenges we've overcome along the way. Will include color photos and concept art from development). + Grim Dawn poster signed by Arthur Bruno + Everything from the Boxed Deluxe Edition and Digital Deluxe Edition but with 2 digital copies of the game with access to the alpha and beta. (Please add $10 for shipping outside the US & Canada)

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    31 backers Limited (969 left of 1000)

    Enthusiast's Edition is mainly for fans who just wanted a way to contribute more and get a little something without extra physical merchandise. It includes 4 digital copies with access to alpha and beta + Your game box signed by the Grim Dawn team + Your book signed by Arthur Bruno + Everything from the Hoarder's Edition, except the extra game copies, which are included in the 4 copies above.

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    You get to name something in-game (must be suitable and appropriate)! Could be an NPC, hero monster, equipment, gravestone or in-game fiction. + Your name will appear in a special "boss" section of the credits. + Everything from the Enthusiast's Edition but with 10 digital copies of the game with access to the alpha and beta.

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    Create and name your own equipment set! You get to choose the name for a unique item set and choose the completion bonus! (We set the values for balancing reasons and can reject inappropriate names) + Everything from the Enthusiast's Edition but with 15 digital copies of the game with access to the alpha and beta.

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    Collaborate with Grim Dawn designers to create your own side-quest! Note that side-quests must be relatively simple and we reserve the right to reject ideas that don't fit the game (but if that happens, you can try again). + Skype lunch (or in person if you happen to be around Boston or want to meet in San Francisco during the week of GDC) with Arthur Bruno and other team members of the Crate team where we can talk about development and listen to your feedback. + Everything from the Enthusiast's Edition but with 20 digital copies of the game with access to the alpha and beta.

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