Hypercorps Adventure PDFs and Survey, Hyper Proofs, and beginning rewards fulfillment!
Hello hyper backers!
Many of you should already have the copies of your adventure PDFs in your inbox! The 5th Edition versions will be coming along sometime after the Pathfinder core book is finalized.
If you are a $25 backer, you should have a survey invitation in the inbox tied to your Kickstarter account. When those responses are in, we'll be distributing your PDFs.
As always, your critiques and thoughts are welcome! Please consider leaving a review on DriveThruRPG or dropping a line to firstname.lastname@example.org!
For folks who cannot find an invitation survey or the adventure PDFs they are due, please e-mail email@example.com and include in the message your Kickstarter username.
The same goes for the Cyborgs and Treasury of the Machine PDFs from Legendary Games! If you cannot find your copy but pledged at a level where you should have received them, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org!
Hyper Proofs are in the works!
Less than an hour ago I sent along the finalized PDF files for printing Specimens in Centralia and Thrillville or Killville?, and in the next two weeks or so they should arrive at my house. My next few days are devoted to cleaning up the Hypercorps 2099 Pathfinder book, and as long as those two adventures come out right, getting print proofs for that as well.
Pathfinder Hypercorps 2099 backers might see their rewards completely fulfilled by the middle of March, barring unforeseen circumstances.
5E Hypercorps 2099 backers should expect their rewards a month later, but either way we're looking at fulfillment ahead of schedule! :D
There is still some sorting out to do (particularly addresses) so please keep an eye on your inboxes for a Hypercorps 2099 survey sometime in the next month or so.
Last Friday the core writing team (myself, Savannah Broadway, Luis Loza, and Michael McCarthy) had a very exciting meeting and have all started working on the next Hypercorps 2099 project. I don't want to give too much away, but it involves Wallachia's favorite monarch, the world's luckiest hit man, and stealing tech from the Vatican. ;)
As always, thank you for backing the project!
Enjoy Nathanael Batchelor's final illustration for the book!
PS: He is open for commissions now that I'm not monopolizing his time!