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In Service of the Tiger - Historical Fiction 5e

A project in Littleton, CO by Corey Papastathis
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Join with Takeda Shingen, the Tiger of Kai, in feudal Japan during the Warring States Period in this historical fiction 5e adventure.
Backers: 52
Average Pledge Per Backer: $33

Funded: $1,724 of $1,000
Dates: Jun 28th -> Jul 18th (21 days)
Project By: Corey Papastathis
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July 17th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

Closing in on the Project Close

July 16th - via: kickstarter.com
This is the project’s last weekend. James and I will be working diligently to map out the work of finalizing the book. Once the project closes on Monday, we will post weekly updates to keep you all informed.  (Read More)

Tonight: My First Episode as Streaming GM

July 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Tonight, I am the GM for Episode 1 of "Plots in Darkenhaven".  Two players will be playing a new character race designed by yours truly.  Come see what this new group of adventurers will do in the largest city in Zyranthea.  Join a new group every... (Read More)

Halfway to the End

July 8th - via: kickstarter.com
We are halfway through the campaign with only 10 days left. I'm so happy to see more backers trickling in.  We have some interviews scheduled next week that may get the word out to a new audience.  As we push to gather more of a following, I have a... (Read More)

Did you know?

July 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Well, we're 30% from funded to the first stretch goal.  If you have gamer friends who haven't heard of this adventure yet, please let them know about it. Did you know that the present-day city of Nagano, the host of the 1998 Winter Olympic games, is... (Read More)

How this story came to be...

June 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Two Tales to Pass the Time In July of 2016 James was returning to the states from Japan after nearly a decade to look at properties in Idaho.  I went along to help him select a property and be his second set of eyes stateside.  Knowing that we... (Read More)

Funded! Thank you Day 1 Backers!

June 28th - via: kickstarter.com
I'm so happy that there is curiosity and interest in Historical Fiction RPG's.  Honestly, I was wondering if the idea was too niche to draw an audience.  Our next step is to get to the point where stretch goals become feasible.  I am so excited... (Read More)

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