I posted some data over at the Forge, in an effort to stay transparent and maybe help somebody else trying to do what we’re doing. The publication category at the Forge has been a huge help to me.
Wow, the response has been intense so far, and that is gratifying. We’ve had about an order every 90 minutes, and once we get some things worked out, we’ll be shipping a mess of copies to Europe wholesale. Our initial
It’s on! We got the books, they look good, the store is open. Go buy a copy today. The first 100 are “special edition” numbered copies including hand-cut cards.
We’ve received the shipment from our printer and it looks beautiful. At this point, the Bully Pulpit Games store is open, so if you want a copy of the limited edition, numbered first run of 100, go grab one now!
Since the downloads page went live a few days ago, it’s been interesting to watch what people are grabbing. For instance, “wallpaper #2” enjoys a 2 to 1 lead over either of the other wallpapers – a tribute to the
28.3 pounds of Roachy goodness arrived in Greensboro one hour ago. It is so close I can feel it crawling into my sinus cavity.
Here are the reference character sketches for Drowning and Falling. Eric Poole did the Cleric. Jason Turner did the Wizard. John Hill did the Warrior. Dalton Sharp did the Elf. Remi Treuer did the Dwarfling. The idea is a sort
Katy at RPI tells us the Roach has shipped from RPI – now it has to cross a continent, and then it’ll be in our hands. I’m really looking forward to seeing our first print run and running my sweaty
We just recieved word that our printer, RPI, has shipped our game. It’ll be here soon, maybe by Friday. This is very good news!
Bryan Hansel’s great game fiction (edited to make it fit the “warrior” art, which makes it even funnier) in which he lovingly channels the 13-year-old Korn fan who is re-writing D&D: Fyren Cloudfloater stood at the edge of the precipice