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Return to Norðlond with this detailed Norse-flavored setting for the Dungeon Fantasy RPG.
Return to Norðlond with this detailed Norse-flavored setting for the Dungeon Fantasy RPG.
600 backers pledged $26,030 to help bring this project to life.

Two Great Days: Time to share!

Posted by Douglas H. Cole (Creator)
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Two days ago was good. Yesterday was even better!

We added over $1,000 yesterday alone. We are now close to 80% funded. We have nearly 230 folks following the campaign who have not yet pledged - that number keeps growing! - and it represents enough to crush the first stretch goal and put us in reach of the second.

So let's borrow a page from The Dungeon Fantasy Monsters 2 and Boxed Set reprint Kickstarter. 

  • Jump over to this thread on rpg.net, and let folks know about Citadel (the new set discussion starts on p. 88). Tell them about Hall of Judgment, if you have it or have played it, or point them to reviews if you haven't.
  • Share this Facebook or this tweet. The more folks see it, the more attention, and the more backers we can get. This has knock-on effects! More than one site, like Kicktraq, uses the number of comments and the general buzz about a project to decide how to feature it. 
  • Do the same thing for the Boxed Set. I can't stress this enough: without the Boxed Set and continued interest and support from both backers and Steve Jackson Games, there's no product line for me to support. Share play stories. Talk to your local game stores this weekend. Both the Boxed Set and Nordvorn have retail levels where you can get more than one copy of the game at a significant discount.

Let's keep this going!

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    1. Douglas H. Cole 6-time creator on

      That's fair, Owen. For those that DO those things (and I very nearly have to in order to get the word out for my stuff more broadly), it can very much have a beneficial effect on the campaign.

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      Owen Smith on

      I don't do rpg.net, or facebook, or twitter. More usernames and passwords to create for those sites, which can then be hacked to spam me and steal my details. If I want to discuss this project I would do so either here or on the SJ Games web site forums.