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A Question for You

Posted: Sat Mar 15, 2014 8:17 pm
by David
Good evening everypony,

We've reached an interesting point. Most of the production team is idle, with the layout and completion of the book resting on the shoulders of just one of us. There's not a lot of reason, production wise, not to get right to work on the next book. The next book won't need any layout work until it reaches the end of its own production cycle, and that won't be for a while(With the Kickstarter running 30 days and plenty of time afterwards spent producing art and writing and playtesting).

What do you think? Should we wait for the campaign setting to hit the printers, or should we hit while the iron is hot and keep this team churning? Vote! Neither way will delay the production of the campaign setting.

Silver Games LLC

Re: A Question for You

Posted: Sat Mar 15, 2014 8:38 pm
by gamekid
I'm unsure about the idea of starting a kickstarter off without showing the results from the last kickstarter. Having the full book out and more word spread of ponyfinder would get more people flocking towards donating to another book. Right now, the only people who'd donate are the people who have already joined from the last kickstarter.

Then again, if the goal isn't too high maybe that is all you need. <_<

Re: A Question for You

Posted: Sat Mar 15, 2014 8:47 pm
by David
The book is available right now in its 75% form, but you are correct, we don't have the complete product to show off. The goal is much lower though, since this is aimed to be a smaller book.(Of course, the goal of the last book was only 3k, and we expanded that many times over and its scope along with it)