Making an entire game world on your own is tough. There's a million little details to figure out. Why not leave that up to someone else? That's what The Kaldori Project has done. It's a new setting book that includes maps, towns, cities, new creatures, new classes, and whole new quests for your games of Dungeons & Dragons. You can back this new book on Kickstarter now.
From the campaign:
The Kaldori Sandbox Setting is a massive unofficial add-on for the 5th Edition of the world's most popular roleplaying game. This project features a Player’s Handbook and Game Master’s Handbook, each of which include an enormous amount of new content set within an extensive and detailed new setting.
The sandbox features over 35 cities, towns, and villages; 8 new classes; 20+ new monsters; a bunch of new weapons, armours, and trinkets; 100+ side-quests; a set of new systems for character creation and gameplay; and an optional, main quest line. Whew!
From seasoned veterans to those new to tabletop role-playing, this project is for everyone. Kaldori: The Second Age's resources contain comprehensive detail about all its systems, allowing players and game masters to enjoy this brand new sandbox experience with confidence.
Kaldori is a sandbox setting for players to explore and shape themselves. It has boat loads of side-quests and lore content that allows both players and game masters to tailor the experience to their own whims and preferences.
If you would like a more in-depth look at our world, head over to our website to find out more!
You might be wondering, "why $5500 NZD for a digital product?". Well, it's to make sure that everyone working is getting paid: The writers, artists, editors and managers. It's also to allow Jay to work on it mostly full time. With the amount of content, and at the quality we are aiming for, we're expecting a few hundred more pages than the standard 300-ish pages most settings or handbooks have. This is a lot of work, and Jay has already piled much of his own money into making his project a reality.
The campaign's making its way to half-funded with 24 days left to go.