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Coyote & Crow the Role Playing Game

A project in Seattle, WA by Connor Alexander

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A science fiction and fantasy tabletop RPG set in a near-future where the Americas were never colonized, created by a team of Natives.
Backers: 16266
Average Pledge Per Backer: $66

Funded: $1,073,203 of $18,000
Dates: Mar 2nd -> Apr 1st (31 days)
Project By: Connor Alexander
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Latest News

Coyote and Crow’s creator opens up about the tabletop RPG created by Native Americans

March 30th - via:
That mystery — and that point of pride — is partly why game designer Connor Alexander chose Cahokia as the setting for Coyote & Crow. His tabletop role-playing game has been gathering steam for the better part of a month now, earning more than $816,000 in crowdfunding. That ranks it among the highest earning TTRPG campaigns of the year on Kickstarter. (Read More)

What About The Rest of the World? (And our next stretch goal!)

March 28th - via:
Hello again! Today, I want to talk about a topic that a few people have asked about in a variety of ways. The essence of these questions really boil down to this. What's going on in other parts of the world outside of the Americas in this alternate... (Read More)

Kickstarter Tabletop Roundup: Monsters and Mayhem and Munchies

March 25th - via:
Button Shy publishes wallet games—pocket-sized games that are usually only 18 cards in a vinyl wallet—and it’s a fantastic series with a lot of variety in it. The latest is Death Valley, a press-your-luck game about taking a journey through dangerous terrain. Catacombs is a fantastic disc-flicking dungeon crawl game, and Catacombs & Castles is a team-based skirmish version of the game. (Read More)

Adventuring in Makasing

March 22nd - via:
Good morning C&C friends! We've got just 10 days left in our Kickstarter and I'm getting so excited to announce our last stretch goal later this week if we hit that mark. I'll be able to give you the name and further details on the Native author... (Read More)

The Humble But Mighty d12

March 16th - via:
Hey, friends! I've had a number of folks ask me why we chose to go with the d12 for our system. There's a few reasons and some of them might not be what you think. I thought I'd use my update today to fill you in on some fun trivia. The d12 and the... (Read More)

A message to non-Natives

March 11th - via:
Greetings folks! Today, I want to talk a little bit about who should be playing this game. I've seen a trickle of concern that Coyote and Crow is something non-Natives shouldn't bring to their table. Before I get into how we've handled this situation... (Read More)

COYOTE & CROW is an Upcoming Tabletop RPG from a Team of Native Americans

March 11th - via:
This is an upcoming game from a team of Native Americans from across more than a dozen tribes and it uses a brand new game system. The game itself is set in the future of an alternate timeline where the Americas were never colonized by Westerners. (Read More)

The Warrior Icon

March 8th - via:
Hey folks, Just a quick update. Today we hit another tremendous milestone. Thank you all so much for your continued generosity and support. Our whole crew is elated over the response to their work and we're all so excited to finish what we've... (Read More)

RPG Coyote and Crow’s indigenous-led design team has created a tabletop world beyond the colonised mindset

March 8th - via:
Explore a world reborn from complete ecological collapse and set in a science-fantasy North America never touched by European colonialism in Coyote and Crow, an upcoming tabletop RPG from a team created and led by Native Americans. (Read More)

Donated Copies Update

March 6th - via:
Good morning folks, When we planned this campaign out and did our best guess at what our response might be, we hoped we'd get 100-200 books donated. In that scenario, there were two issues at play. One was going to be determining who gets those books... (Read More)

Day 3!

March 4th - via:
As we head into our third day, our little project is a very different thing than it was just at the start of this week. Our original funding goal is far behind us and with 28 days still ahead, our final destination is a long way off as well.  We're... (Read More)

Well, that was humbling...

March 2nd - via:
So, as I write this, we're coming up on 8 hours into the campaign and we're at almost 75k. Sorry this took a bit to write, but I've been working on my day job, side-eying Kickstarter all day while Heather does all the hard work. (Thank you Heather!)... (Read More)

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