Scribonius wrote:Well, I'd still like a printed version of the rules one of these days that doesn't require me to, say, buy a new printer and a crapton of ink. But I suspect that's more a long term goal than a Patreon kind of goal.
That's more a kickstarter kind of goal. Patreon is about keeping the operation running rather than aiming for discrete goals. That being said, now that I'm not bound by a Lego non-complete clause, I'm finally designing the upcoming edition for a print run, and if there's a kickstarter it'll be for all the kinds of things I can't do myself as part of the day-to-day: book layout, publishing, distro, etc.
Scribonius wrote:Any chance of getting that spit-take on camera if someone DOES pledge at the $100 level?
Obviously. We already got photos of IVhorseman and me licking toilet bowls for pledges of a mere $10, for people who remember that far back, so the precedent is set.
Still waiting for that $10, by the way.
Tzan wrote:When I do architecture for people.
6. I get 1/3 up front
7. after they approve the design I get 1/3
8. at the end I put paper plans in one hand while wrestling for the check with the other hand.
See! That's what I should have done with the toilet thing. Live and learn
RedRover wrote:Punch in the nuts is always a good reward
Request approved! If you pledge at the $100 level, you are allowed to travel out to visit me and I will punch you in the nuts.
Tzan wrote:I made a post on Unity forums that included your portfolio link.
They deleted it in less than 1 hour, so efficient.
Nice to know I'm still a banned subject there
dilanski wrote:Unique or possibly even custom rank badges for people who pledge may be nice, and also basically free, especially if you offload the work onto another admin.
That's some good low-hanging fruit, I just need to think of the funniest way to execute it.
dilanski wrote: Perhaps patreons get some kind of early access to updated rules, or first look at upcoming artwork. Although that would only last as long as you plan to keep updating the rulebook.
Right now I'm planning on using the patreon posts for behind-the-scenes dev notes and such. There's always going to be new material and ideas in the pipeline, unless I die or something.
You mean the early access to the 2010 book
2010 book is pretty finalized at this point; I don't foresee any substantive updates to 2010. The 2018 edition is the new hotness.