This is just a little bit of administrative data for the Tinker Deck campaign.
Since the main Tinker Deck is funded, we’re working on stretch goals at the moment. The big one is the Rusty Tinker Deck, of course, previewed a bit here and here.
We’re making PayPal available as an option to use to join the project, via this button:
We’ll add all of the PayPal pledges into the project tally for the purposes of unlocking the stretch goals, it’s just an option for those who would rather use their services than Amazon Payments and Kickstarter.
We’re also introducing the Tinker Dealer Coins, which we’ll offer for $8/each, available in Antiqued Nickel and Antiqued Copper (which can be artificially aged, giving it a nice patina to be a good companion to the Rusty deck). This is the concept art; we’re working with the company now to make sure they have the best source images.
We’ve also taken a little time to clean up odds and ends in the campaign, like unlocking the Gearchips early. There wasn’t a hugely compelling reason to wait to unlock them, so the Gearchip Sampler (5 metal Gearchips in five different finishes) is now available for $7, and the Gearchip Playset (100 Gearchips, 20 of each finish) is available for $90.
We’ll get an Add-On infographic up as soon as possible.
Oh, and Ferrel’s Havok & Hijinks project is winding down, so the window of opportunity to get the crossover coins is closing! You can pick up a pair of exclusive Tinker Dragon coins if you back both projects; his for at least $15 and ours for at least $11.
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So that’s what 100 pounds of leather pouches looks like. All 1,000 of them.
Yes, things are starting to come together. These babies will each hold about 20 dice, so I guess I overestimated the need for them by a bit… but I can live with that. Better to have too many and too much room in each pouch than too few and not enough room.
…and yes, sharp eyes might well detect a few oddball colors like pink and purple. We’re still not making promises that we can fill everyone’s color requests, but it looks like we should be able to get close for most people.
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