Jason Pitre and Jamila Nedjadi have found Kickstarter success with Once More Into the Void, a sci-fi tabletop RPG with an emotional core and inspired by shows like Star Trek: Picard and Mass Effect 2.
The campaign has funded, and at the time of writing, has 24 days still to go and will likely double the CA$ 16,000 goal.
We’re told Once More Into the Void is best played over two sessions, but this edition expands that to up to four. The RPG comes with nine mini-games to play, such as the Recruitment Montage to begin with and ending with the final mission, the titular Once More Into the Void.
The creative time includes Jamila Nedjadi, Jason Pitre, Adrien(ne) Valdes, Camille Chua, Christopher Rothwell and Avery Alder. The book itself will be co-published by Sword Queen Games and Genesis of Legend Publishing.
We were comrades, we were family.
We were once the heroes of this galaxy. We stood against the tide of darkness and prevailed, again and again.
But our family fell apart. Our shared past is full of shame, trespasses, and secrets. We parted ways, vowing to never see each other again.
And now, our greatest enemy has returned. Manipulating from the shadows, they grow stronger than ever. No one else believes the threat is real. Only the Captain has a chance at defeating this enemy, once and for all. But the Captain can’t do it alone.
A pledge of CA$20 (about £12) will get you a PDF copy of Once More Into the Void as a reward, but there are cheaper options available for people struggling with cash.
A standard print edition is added to the rewards with CA$50, and if you can afford it, CA$75 adds one to the community copy bank.
There’s a separate retailer tier, and a collector’s edition will unlock… soon, once the campaign hits CA$30,000.
The estimated delivery of the project is December 2021.
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