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Jigsaw Fantasy: Oceans and Deserts - Setting help for GMs

A project in Greater Manchester, UK by Stephen Coffey
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Modular Setting Elements for RPGs or writing, each with notes throughout to help integrate them into any world you wish.
Backers: 40
Average Pledge Per Backer: £46

Funded: £1,839 of £2,500
Dates: Sep 12th -> Oct 12th (31 days)
Project By: Stephen Coffey
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Latest News

Woah, we're Halfway There!

September 26th - via: kickstarter.com
As I begin writing this I've just received a Kickstarter Email to tell us we're halfway through the project - and I've checked the funding to see that we're on £1252, halfway to funded. This project isn't a success yet, but nor is it a failure -... (Read More)

What do you want to know?

September 25th - via: kickstarter.com
Last week we asked if you had any questions about using Jigsaw Fantasy, intending this week's blog post to be a Q&A type affair. We got precisely zero questions... I'd like to think that means everything crystal clear, but if there is anything... (Read More)

A freebie and a competition

September 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
A Free BeachWhat lies between a desert and an ocean? A beach. Every month, on the third Thursday, we release a new free short piece - sometimes that is an excerpt from one of our longer pieces which can stand alone, other times it is a new stand... (Read More)

Any questions?

September 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Over the past few weeks we've been running a series on our blog about how to use Jigsaw Fantasy. These pieces will be combined, polished and adapted into the introduction to the deluxe and collector's editions, as well as a freely available PDF. You... (Read More)

Risks and Challenges Relocated

September 17th - via: kickstarter.com
Some prospective backers have informed us that our extensive breakdown of possible breakdowns is daunting at the bottom of the front page - so we've decided to move here where those who want it can read it, and those who don't can avoid it. Risks and... (Read More)

The Spirit of Continuous Improvement

September 16th - via: kickstarter.com
One of the most important statements to us at Artemis Games is "Perfection is a process not a goal". This makes two key points: 1) It is better to release something good, or even great, than to release nothing because you're waiting on perfection.2)... (Read More)

Let's Make This Happen

September 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Qualified ExcitementWe launched this Kickstarter yesterday, and I'm sure we all want to see it succeed. A huge thank you to everyone who has backed so far, but we need more people to back for this to be successful - Kickstarter runs an all-or-nothing... (Read More)

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