Living Land – MARCH!

We are so close to being able to announce the actual date for the launch of the Living Land Kickstarter!

What we can tell you is that it will in mid-March. We’ll announce the exact date very soon.

But we also have a couple other things to share right now!

Cargo Box Second Chance

First, we know that many people are excited by (and maybe a little jealous of) all the pictures of the Cargo Box from the Core Rules Kickstarter. We are so happy with how this turned out, and we have definitely heard a few of you saying that you were sorry you missed it.

Worry no more! The Living Land Kickstarter will allow you to correct this great and terrible hole in your collection! The Delphi Council Cargo Box will indeed be available as part of this Kickstarter!

We’ll reveal the exact details soon when we talk about pledge levels and add-ons. The Cargo Box will likely be a little bit more expensive (now that we know its full value), and you won’t be able to get the Limited Leather edition of the Core Rules (not sure yet about the Deluxe), but everything else will be the same.

GM Screen Art

As we get closer to launch, we’re also finalizing art for the various products. So we’ll leave you with a look at the final art for the Living Land GM Screen!

So keep watching here and on all our social media for news about the Living Land Kickstarter!

16 thoughts on “Living Land – MARCH!”

  1. Neal says:

    Will the PDF of the The Living Land be available shortly after the Kickstarter finishes?

    1. Eric Simon says:

      Indeed! We’re actually pretty far along on many of the products involved, so we’re going to try for a (relatively) fast turnaround overall.

  2. Gilles Tremblay says:

    Soo Happy, I will be able to buy a Cargo Box. Missed the first kickstarter, I won’t miss this one. Awesome!
    Also, I Love TheLiving Land GM Screen Picture. Great Job!

  3. Dlw32 says:

    Yeah!! Can’t wait to see pricing…

  4. Ghalgor says:

    I’m a bit concerned that if we are going to have a kick starter for each cosm, (based on the core book) are we going to have to wait for 7 + years to have books for all cosms? That’s a long time to wait, especially if the cosm/s I want to set my campaign in are last on your list.

    Ps noticed as I was entering details below, it hadn’t deleted the previous responder’s details. Should this be the case.

    1. Eric Simon says:

      Ghalgor – We have definitely thought about that. I can tell you there will be at least one more cosm Kickstarter in 2018, and we are pondering ways we might accelerate the rest in the future.

  5. Ghalgor says:

    Good to hear as there needs to be a reasonable time limit for material. I suppose I have to wait and see what happens with the living lands first. Obviously my point about email address is wrong because my post somehow replied to dlw32 instead of it being its own post.

  6. Lex Amissa says:

    Just got my Cargo Box – worth every penny. Seriously nice production value.

  7. Dave McWhorter says:

    If there’s going to be a Cargo Box for the Living Land, is it going to be the exact same design as the first Cargo Box?

    1. Eric Simon says:

      Nope! We’ll have a new name and a new look! Also, it may be a little bit smaller, since there are a few things it won’t include (like the full Drama Deck)

  8. David Chart says:

    Looking forward to this.

    Can I ask for a way to get physical cards but a PDF book? International shipping on books is ridiculously expensive, and a PDF is a functional substitute. Shipping on cards is less silly, and a PDF is not a functional substitute, even when printed. The method doesn’t matter much: a tier, or an add-on for shipping. If the cards are stretch goals, please, please, please do not restrict the physical cards to people who have backed for a physical book.

    1. Eric Simon says:

      This is something that’s possible with the regular Drama Deck, but it’s tricky for loose extras like the ones here. Technically, only the Survival Box will be getting all the stretch goals, and the cards won’t even have regular retail package. They’ll probably be loosely grouped together like the Threat Cards in the original Kickstarter.

      We may be able to do a retail release of bonus cards from several cosms at once later, but that’s almost certainly outside of the scope of this specific campaign.

      1. David Chart says:

        Is it significantly more tricky to put loose cards into an envelope that doesn’t contain a book than into an envelope that does contain a book? This is not really an issue if the cards are only in the Survival Box (special stuff for people spending lots of money is its own category), but if the plan is for them to come with the physical book, then please do consider creating a tier or shipping add-on to add them to a PDF.

        1. Eric Simon says:

          It’s not trickier for me personally. (I do it for Aventuria customers all the time.) The issue is more on the warehouse side. Those cards won’t have an individual SKU, they’ll just be part of the stretch goal pack in the Cargo Box. That makes separating them for individual sale tricky.

          But yes, they will only be in the Cargo Box anyway. So I believe that answers that question.

          1. David Chart says:

            Yes, it does. Thanks!

  9. John Christopher says:

    Kickstarter is March 27th

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