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Charge into the exciting medieval world as a paladin of the great Charlemagne! Based on the award-winning game King Arthur Pendragon!
1,516 backers pledged $82,769 to help bring this project to life.

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    1. Michael Bedggood
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      on

      I will always prefer physical to PDF for anything as I very rarely use PDF's. If we had a choice I would go for physical maps as they are always great for RPG's.

      Definitely don't want you to overextend yourselves just to throw more SG's in.

    2. Roberto Mandrioli
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      on

      +1 to what MidnightBlue said.
      I pledged knowing what the rewards were (and that the 50,000 $ stretch goal will be reached ;-) ), and don't need any more content/accessories to be happy with what I am getting.
      More stretch goals probably help in drawing in a few more backers and convincing existing ones to increase their pledge, but I wouldn't put too much emphasis on this aspect: the KS is already hugely successful, no need to inflate it further.
      My suggestions for possible, reasonable new stretch goals:
      - info on, and synopses of, the literary sources, for those not very familiar with them;
      - conversion notes for KAP, especially on how to integrate the Charlemagne scenarios/campaign into the GPC timeline;
      - vice versa, a guide on how to best adapt and integrate KAP scenarios into the Charlemagne timeline/background.

    3. MidnightBlue
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      on

      I want to reiterate my thanks for treating this project with care and respect for its design and purpose...and not turning it into a money grab that might jeopardize the project.

      We've still got a ways to go in the campaign, so like everyone else, I'm anxious to see "more". But if it will risk dragging out fulfillment or lessening the project, then I'm glad you all are prepared to say no on additional stretch goals.

      Thanks so much for that. A lot of Kickstarter campaigns could learn from your concern and resolve.