Today when I went to the PO Box and inside was a yellow ticket. That means they have a package for me. So I go to the desk and I trade my yellow ticket for a package. I really like seeing yellow tickets in my box. I get my package and I open it up and what do I see???
I went for the six deck option. Oh yeah. +Hannah Lipsky came through in a big way. I really like the final product.
This is what they look like spread out in a neat line. Lots of color. Bold pictures. And fun way to instantly develop a tavern.
Here's what they look like messy. I like the messy look better. It shows off the colors and some of the art. Each card has a verb or adjective on left side and a noun on the right. So you can pull two cards and get tavern names like....Violet Stableboy....The Charming Harlot....The Jumping Rogue. Then each card depicts something about the tavern. A few examples are...minstrel...gaming game....free round of drinks. So with a few cards you got yourself a playable tavern.
On more serious news. +Erik Tenkar is a bad person. Don't be fooled by his giveaways and his contests. It's all a cover. The man is malicious. He used his powers of persuasion and lured me into the evil grasp of another Kickstarter. I just get one in the win column and "he pulls me right back in". I've joined the ranks of the Scarlet Heroes Kickstarter. +Kevin Crawford is about as solid as they come. And I think he's running this Kickstarter intelligently. Plus he knows how to write a kickass game.
Oh, but wait. I'm not quite done. I snuck in something else...I bought a copy of Torchbearer RPG.
I bought it off eBay so I will wait for another one of those yellow tickets to appear in my post office box. I'm not sure why I was fascinated by this one, but I was and found it for a decent price.
Time to go deal out a few taverns.