And pledge you must if you want a set of these dice. The campaign started off strong, as they tend to do, with a flurry of pledges. However, things began to languish in early July and the project now sits at 40% of the requested funding level. Projects often finish off with a last minute rush of pledges, and the last day of a campaign can be as strong as the first. However, there is a long ways to go for this one, and without some momentum it seems doomed to founder shy of its target.
But now blog neighbor Tesh has his own Kickstarter going for some Tinker Dice he designed. And where I come from we help out our neighbors when we can.
Actually, in Silicon Valley we often barely know our neighbors, but it wasn’t always that way.
Currently, if you go in for the top amount, you will end up with a pound of his dice at some point later this year. Perfect if you are running a massive Dwaven-techno based Tunnels and Trolls campaign. Or you can get them in more reasonable quantities. Plus there are stretch goals that will yield different color and material options for supporters if enough backers kick in.
Because who doesn’t want a set of dice which indicate that you are probably screwed even before you make your saving throw?
Anyway, go take a look.