Ty Hulse has a humble RPG campaign on Kickstarter, with PDF copies going for only a few bucks and with the intention of the game being free anyway.
Why back it? Supporters are helping an indie project come to life with game rules and collected fairy lore. There’s a week left to join the project.
Enchanted Realms has hit its funding goal, so plenty is on offer. There are dozens of sketches of the fairyland in the project, rules for Token RPGs, a guide to the softer folklore of fairies and a field guide to fairies in general.
There are 156 gentle, perhaps sometimes slightly cheeky, random encounters with enchanted beings, and that’s about 2 Tarot decks worth.
Use playbooks? There are new playbooks for witches and fairies. There are also seeds to build magical schools or fairy villages, calmer magical worlds, and ideas for RPGs like Wanderhome.
There is a longing within our hearts to experience magical moments. Moments of wonder, bliss and perhaps of deep concern – so long as there is comradery involved. Fairyland is filled with these moments, for it is an enchanted realm, one mostly forgotten even by the fairies and the witches. For the last thousand years most of the magical beings have dwelt in hidden villages until peace, beautiful and rare has settled over the magical worlds, allowing the witches and fairies, such as you, the chance to ramble the world. To explore and discover the other fairy kingdoms, witches’ cottages, the wide and beautiful world that was all but forgotten.
The ebook is a thank you for any backer at $2, and that tier includes access to the draft as well, just as soon as that is ready.
Backers who go higher than $12 will get two art prints as a thank you and the PDF.
Then, at $24 and instead of anything else, backers get a choice of a colouring book from Ty.
The paperback copy of the RPG unlocks at $25, and if you want a colouring book with that, then pledge $35.
Many of the happy art of enchanted creatures have been transformed into t-shirt designs, but the downside to that otherwise perfect idea is more complex shipping. Backers in the States with $35 in the project will be thanked with a t-shirt and PDF.
Alternatively, for $35 and any geographical location, backers can get two art prints and the paperback RPG.
There are tiers at $40, $50, $60, $65, $75, $90, $125 and $130, which let people pick from t-shirts, cards, colouring books and the zine-sized RPG in various different combinations. There aren’t any add-ons.
Ty estimates delivery in April 2023, no matter which combo selection you pick.
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