You are a Crone, a wizened old witch of great power and fearsome reputation. Your magic will shake the very foundations of the earth.
When Crone launched in open beta Geek Native described it as “female friendly”. I think that was right at the time. The RPG clearly puts female characters at the forefront of the game. That said; I’m glad the Kickstarter doesn’t make a big deal out of it. Instead it places the card system the RPG uses in the limelight.
Crone is an ultra humble Kickstarter; looking for only $1,500 to kickstart. Since the open beta launched nearly a year ago you can see this is not a “get rich quick” project.
Despite the need for cards in Crone there are digital only Kickstarter pledge levels. For $15 you’ll get the full PDF copy of the game. I imagine you’ll have some cards to print and cut out. For $20 you get links/coupons that’ll give you “at cost” access to the Print on Demand copies of the game. Ie, you’re paying for a discount. That’s a $10 discount on the print but you get the full PDF too and, more importantly, are backing the game.
Rather nicely, Crone sponsored Contessa the free online convention and so there’s a 2 hour long video of actual game play you can watch if you want to see how the game runs before you back.
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