Well, they are back to shipping product -- and they are still lining up new projects for future Kickstarters AND creating new products on Warehouse 23 without necessarily going through Kickstarter to do it. I think they also did a quick Indiegogo project a while back too, so they are experimenting with different funding models too. So it seems like the "small but enthusiastic" TFT support group is still making its weight felt.
And I received my copy of Hexagram #4 a week or so ago, so there's that. Oh, and I just ordered the new Dry-Erase megahex sets from Warehouse 23 this week. It'll be interesting to see how long they take to get in stock, since they are a pre-order item, and I think they have all of these things printed in China. The good news is that for the first 30 days (probably around 20 days left at this point) they are on sale for $11.95 instead of the list price of $14.95 per set, so now is a good time to get on the list to get them. (But ye Gods and little fishes, SJGs charges up the wazoo for shipping!)
But the best news of all, as far as I'm concerned, is that Steve has left DCG alone and DCG keeps on publishing outstanding content! Yay, DCG!
Post by mister frau blucher on May 31, 2020 14:58:22 GMT -5
Good to hear from you!
There is some interesting stuff in the official pipeline fort TFT!
Honestly, not sure where we stand with SJG. Still hope for possibly some kind of collaboration but they have not finished their third party publishing deal (at least, I can't find it), and the one time I reached out the response was difficult to understand. It might have been a "Don't call us, we'll call you" or it might have been more. I noticed that they are getting more calls for solo adventures. and Steve has said they are open to them. We'll see, but for the time being they seem to be leaving us alone.
Speaking of the original TFT Kickstarter, I got in on it around the $100 level. I guess received it around March 2019? Big greenish box full of stuff. Completely unopened sitting under a pile of arcade-machine parts. Somebody make me an offer