A campaign from 1985 Games is bringing cost-effective and good-looking D&D notebooks to tabletop fans.
A set of journals, complete with sticky notes, have been designed for Dungeons & Dragons 5e to serve as character sheets and scribble banks. The campaign asked for $10,000 to fund, and with three weeks on the clock, more than $30,000 has been pledged. You can join in on the project page.
Kickstarter has awarded the campaign a “Project We Love” badge.
We put countless hours of thought and consideration into the design of our journals and we believe they are the perfect companion for the 5th edition D&D Player. One journal includes everything you would find on a standard character sheet, as well as plenty of room for notes, and so much more.
While the journals are low cost, you don’t buy them one at a time. The Hero’s Notes come in bundles of 3. Each one is 64-pages long, with 46 of those pages for you to decide what goes on them. The others are reserved and with layouts for functions like character sheets.
The Hero’s Notes isn’t the only journey type. There’s also the Campaign Notes and the Session Notes, each a book of their own.
Space for world maps, factions, locations and NPCs and even the local gods are found in the Campaign Notes journal. The Session Notes journal is about prepping for the coming game. 1985 Games talk about each’s macro and micro world-building purposes.
The sticky notes are a separate thing entirely, and so let’s look at the backer levels.
The starting reward tier is $24, which will get you three Hero’s Journals or one Campaign Journal and two Session Journals.
HP trackers, initiative, spell slots and a variety of dungeon stickies are available with a pledge of $33.
It’s only when you hit $50 do these offerings come together. The Players Bundle will get you the stickys, and 3 Hero’s Journals, and the DM’s Bundle gets you the Campaign Journal, two Sessions books and the dungeon stickies.
The pledge tiers increase all the way to $300 which is enough for a host of dungeon stickys and loads of journals.
No matter where you land on the pledge schedule as a backer, 1985 Games expect to deliver the goods this August.
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