New Pledge Level options for ShadowSea Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Nov 7th, 2012
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AntiMatter Games gives you some new options in your pledge level for their ShadowSea Kickstarter.
Plus, they have a look at 2 new models they’re working on for the project.

From the update:

There are now Minis-Only and Book-Only pledge options for ShadowSea, so people can pick and choose how they build their rewards. This includes any of the minis from the starter sets as well as the special limited edition resin figures. Two WIP sculpts of the special edition figures are shown now, as well as a picture showing all of the different characters from the starter sets and their price.

For books, there are two options. The softcover book is less expensive and thinner paper but will be color and should still be very nice. The Deluxe books are color and hardback, with thick, rich paper. Those are the kind shipped for DeepWars.

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  • Gallahad

    Very cool sculpts. Loving the feathers.

  • Just upped my pledge so I could get these two figures. Just 10 days to go. I really hope it funds.

    • KelRiever

      I do like some of the Amazon figures. If it is like Dominion of the Gods with Comfy Chair Games, they’ll eventually produce it no matter what. CCG just can’t release all 4 boxed sets from the kickstarter, but they are still rolling out DotG which I’m happy about. I’m guessing this will go similarly…with some sort of release?

      Sadly, these are real attempts at funding, as opposed to a pre-order system for an established company that already has money and doesn’t want to spend it. That also happens to cut out the middle man (either your LGS or whatever retailer you would order from online). I wish people would pay more attention to kick starters like these rather than Steve Jackson’s Ogre.

      • Soulfinger

        I think that people did pay attention to their last Kickstarter, but investing twice in a row in a new company may be too much for some people. Unlike with a preorder, there is no guarantee whatsoever that anyone will receive their product. On top of that, people are just now getting their Deep Seas product, which doesn’t leave them with much opportunity to try it out and make an informed decision about ordering even more stuff. Lastly, when you look at the reaction to Spartan games producing new product lines, I get the impression that people like to see a game company build up on their core offering before branching off into new settings. There’s room for both established companies and new start-ups on Kickstarter. In this case, I think it was just a matter of launching their second one too soon, but still ten days to go, so . . .

        • odinsgrandson

          There is also the possibility of kickstarter fatigue at this point. I know that I’m seeing more and more kickstarter news here on TGN. And it just seems to me like projects that would have funded just fine six months ago are struggling now.

          Those are lovely sculpts- I’m glad you got Patrick Keith for them, as they fit his style very nicely.

          • There is also the Hurricane that recently hit New England, I know we’ve lost around $6~7k in pledges from it this week.

  • AntiMatter

    The miniatures in the concept art and the new rulebook are not going to get produced without funding. The two special edition minis may come out or may not.

  • farseer

    heres to spreading the word then. post about it everywhere!!!