Evening ladies and gentlemen. This one is a very quick update, I don’t have time to write a lot since I’m about to duck out to see Second Sun play.
I just wanted to do a quick update on the state of the Realm Works Kickstarter project. They’re in the last 48 hours, and have nearly reached their third stretch goal (access to Richard Pett’s new campaign, The Blight, completely integrated into Realm Works). If anyone has been sitting on the fence about supporting this project, now is the time to jump in. Every little bit helps the team at Lone Wolf Development make improvements on the software and features, and you get some awesome content with the rewards as well.
As an added incentive, they’ve also announced a final stretch goal of a different kind. If the project hits 2000 backers – currently it is sitting at 1416 – every backer at the Timber Wolf level ($65) or higher will receive a free gift license for their flagship software, Hero Lab. For those of you like me, who already have Hero Lab licenses and pretty much every bit of content available for it, you’re able to gift it to someone else you think might find it useful. For those of you who don’t have it, the license comes with the core data packages for your choice of one of the systems it supports. Packages are availble for Pathfinder, World of Darkness (Vampire: The Requiem and Changeling: The Lost only), Savage Worlds, Shadowrun 4th Edition, D&D 3.5/d20, D&D 4th Edition and Call of Cthulhu. The license normally costs $30, so it’s a great way to get some extra bang for your buck.
You can find the Realm Works Kickstarter project here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/610004753/realm-works-streamlined-rpg-campaign-tools
Anyway, that’s it from me for now, I’ve got to run. The siren song of beautiful acoustic rock is calling me…