Proposed Pledge Rewards and Ship WIP
Proposed Pledge Rewards
I received lots of good feedback on the Proposed Pledge Rewards. Taking your input, I reworked the Proposed Pledge Rewards to get them more equitable with the existing Pledge Rewards by adding additional sets of tiles. Changes to the Proposed Pledge Rewards from the previous versions are shown in yellow. Some of the language was also combined or simplified to be more succinct. The Add-Ons for the Proposed Pledge Rewards are all now generic and not set and would be selected via the questionnaire/poll that KS lets me send out after the campaign ends. This is how the 15 Add-Ons that come PATRON will be handled if the Backer does not want 3 of Add-Ons 1 through 5.
I also put the existing Pledge Rewards on the table so you can do a comparison of the Cost(Pledge Amount), # of tiles, and the $/tile. I left out SAMPLER and RETAILER intentionally but like the other exising Pledge Rewards, they remain unchanged.
These are still "Proposed" and if they are still not suitable we can just scap them and stay with the current Pledge Levels. A Backer can still start with the BASIC or HARDCORE and then go a-la-carte with Add-Ons for $10 each or 3 for $25. If you have any questions PM me directly and I will discuss it further with you. If we discover any new things that need clarification, I will add to the comments here so that everyone is updated.
You guys have sharp eyes also so let me know if you see any mistakes. One thing to note is that if you total the Cost columns it will give you a subtotal that is not shown. The final Cost of each Proposed Pledge Level for the U.S., Canada, and International shown has shipping included in the total.
Expansion Set Add-On 9 WIP
And now for some fun stuff. The feedback I received on the V (Vessel) series tiles for the ship were really helpful and most were integrated in one way or another. My inclination is that this Add-On remain 12 tiles like the other Add-Ons so that it costs the same. Since the ship is made of 4 tiles, it would mean getting 3 of each of the 4 tiles (8 designs). With 3 of each tile you could make three ship alongside each other or two and use the third set to go below deck or increase the size of the first two ships. Does that quantity seem adequate? As suggested by comments, V2/V6 now keeps a constant width and not taper to give you more flexibility to make larger ships. I kept the hatch and stairs on V2/V6 because it looks so cool and since V3/V7 is now more generic having only a light circle line for the mast which can be colored in if the GM puts a mast there. More V3/V7 can be used to lengthen a ship and make bigger cargo holds. Let me know what you think.