Frequently Asked Questions
The easiest way to get add-ons is to change the amount that you're pledging by adding the amount of money for each add-on. To do this, you just need to click on your pledge, click "change your pledge" and put in the new amount. For example, if you wanted to get an Bulkhead ($25) add-on for your Red Vs. Blue Pledge ($100), you would change your pledge amount from $100 to $125!
The other way to get add-ons is to wait until the campaign is over, and the pledge manager is released. Once you get the pledge manager, you have the option to purchase whatever add-ons you want, or even upgrade your pledge level!
Remember though, only money funded through the pledges unlocks stretch goals! So, if you know you want that extra bling, add that money to your pledge level to help unlock more stretch goals!Last updated:
A pledge manager is a web browser tool that allows you to control the funds you have pledged toward this project and make selections for the rewards you wish to receive after the project has ended.
Here's how it works: once this Kickstarter campaign comes to a close on July 23, Kickstarter will charge your credit card for the amount of funds you pledge during the campaign. About 10-14 days later they transfer the funds (minus their cut) to an account connected to our Pledge Manager. We use Backerkit.
Shortly after that, you will receive an email invitation to the account we will have created for you in our customized Backerkit pledge manager. When you log in to your account, you'll see a credit amount for 100% of the funds you pledged during the campaign and a menu of all the rewards you are eligible for based on your pledge level. At this time, you'll confirm your shipping address and if you wish to add more funds to your account in order to upgrade your pledge level or just receive another reward, you're free to do this. The pledge manager provides a great deal of flexibility for you to tailor exactly what you'll receive. It's kind of like an online store, except your funds pledged during the campaign will already be in your account when you sign in.
For overseas backers, the pledge manager is also where you will choose your shipping options.Last updated:
The Wintertime Wasteland rulebook is currently a work-in-progress. The main
differences are the fiction and background for the characters and some art swaps.
The rules are fundamentally the same. The differences to rules will be minor
clarifications and some updates to include information that can be found in the
presently available FAQ. If you know how to play Riot Quest right now, then nothing
will change for you. And if you’re new to Riot Quest, then the original rulebook and
FAQ contains everything you need to know to play.Last updated:
Wintertime Wasteland Has New Versions of Old Characters. Can You Include Two Different Versions of the Same Character in a Crew?
Some characters have multiple iterations in Riot Quest, such as Black Bella, the
Duchess of Dread, and Stonecold Black Bella. Since they are different models with
different names and different Hero stat cards, they are considered distinct Heroes
and you could include each of them once in your Crew. However, variant sculpts,
like the characters found in the Loot Vault, just have different poses and details but
are the same character as their original version, so you can only include one version
in a crew. Remember, though, opponents may include identical characters in their
respective crews, so having variants is a great thing!Last updated:
The Warmachine/Hordes rules are all still in playtesting. We’ll preview them
through Insiders and social media like we normally do, but for the Kickstarter
campaign, we will stay focused on just the rules for Riot Quest.Last updated:
Yes! We'll make a good portion of the Riot Quest back catalog available as we know this is convenient for consolidating shipping costs on orders, especially for international backers.Last updated:
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