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Hahaha! Succubus in the gazebo, Brian in the background...And I'm not sure that's what was meant with -redacted-

 

Only a few more days! My wallet isn't ready

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It just seems kind of goofy and obscure compared to creatures like a dracolich or tarrasque.  Like something used to out-nerd other nerds, or when your gaming group has literally seen everything else and the players are getting uppity...  ::P:

 

 

This happens EVERY game!

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Naponatom, I love it! Though it did cost me a failed sanity check to look upon it indeed! And I love the Bryanzilla destroying a city in the background.

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Naponatom, I love it! Though it did cost me a failed sanity check to look upon it indeed! And I love the Bryanzilla destroying a city in the background.

 

He have no time to participate in this shnenigans, He have to level the floor for the next Kickstarter. 

 

(But I think this is his birthday cake...)

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I think I might be stuck in a location photoshoot and nowhere near a computer on Tuesday.

 

Oh well. Perhaps this will give sanity a chance to intrude.

 

 

...

 

Probably not.

 

^_^

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I got permission to come in late Tuesday. Silly boss, he doesn't realize what I'll be doing all day when I get to the office. Gotta watch them stretch goals fall to our combined obsessiveness.

 

Now, the big decision is do I just jump in at the basic level and add money to the fund as cool things come up (Reaper monitors the trend in pledge increases on goal reveals,) or do I just dump in several hundred right off the bat, for a glorious first day spike? Split the difference?

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I got permission to come in late Tuesday. Silly boss, he doesn't realize what I'll be doing all day when I get to the office. Gotta watch them stretch goals fall to our combined obsessiveness.

 

Now, the big decision is do I just jump in at the basic level and add money to the fund as cool things come up (Reaper monitors the trend in pledge increases on goal reveals,) or do I just dump in several hundred right off the bat, for a glorious first day spike? Split the difference?

 

I've been debating the same thing.  I will not be watching the kickstarter non-stop.  I have been considering starting at 300ish and adjusting the total up or down near the end.

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I got permission to come in late Tuesday. Silly boss, he doesn't realize what I'll be doing all day when I get to the office. Gotta watch them stretch goals fall to our combined obsessiveness.

 

Now, the big decision is do I just jump in at the basic level and add money to the fund as cool things come up (Reaper monitors the trend in pledge increases on goal reveals,) or do I just dump in several hundred right off the bat, for a glorious first day spike? Split the difference?

You spike that ball. Spike it with all your might and then dance the hard-earned dance of Boney victory to show that, yes, you too are an amazing supporter of everyone's ability to get Bones-For-Less.

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I went with the dump everything all at once method, but then felt like I could do nothing to help accomplish the next goal.

 

It feels nice to go and up the pledge when something new comes along that strikes our fancy. Where I feel like I'm actually doing something. Vs. feeling like I'm just watching the stretch goals go by.

 

So I think I'm going to incrementally add each time something comes up that I want.

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I went with the dump everything all at once method, but then felt like I could do nothing to help accomplish the next goal.

 

It feels nice to go and up the pledge when something new comes along that strikes our fancy. Where I feel like I'm actually doing something. Vs. feeling like I'm just watching the stretch goals go by.

 

So I think I'm going to incrementally add each time something comes up that I want.

 

Yeah, the rational part of me wants to just throw my max $$ at the thing from the start, but the rest of me wants to put in enough for the core, and then increment my pledge to account for the new things unlocked I want.

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I will go in for $1.00 and as things i want get unlocked I will increase my pledge.

I don't want the core so I don't need to dump a bunch in to start.

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