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I think this was asked previously but I did not see an answer... I know the kickstarter doesn't start until tomorrow but when will the site go live? Will we be able to view it at some point today or will it be hidden behind the veil until the countdown hits zero?

Hopefully the site comes up before 10 am tomorrow.

Kickstarter project pages don't appear until the project goes live.

 

Occasionally some project creators, usually novice creators, will allow a preview page to be visible so that they can get feedback from potential backers about any possible issues with wording, clarity, etc so that they can be fixed and or adjusted before the project goes live.

Most project creators, including Reaper, do not use that though.

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Kickstarter project pages don't appear until the project goes live.

 

Occasionally some project creators, usually novice creators, will allow a preview page to be visible so that they can get feedback from potential backers about any possible issues with wording, clarity, etc so that they can be fixed and or adjusted before the project goes live.

Most project creators, including Reaper, do not use that though.

 

 

Thanks for the reply. In the only other KS I have been involved with from the beginning, the site was up a few days before.  I guess this saves me one obsessive "refresh" for the next 23 odd hours.

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Unfortunately I'm at work and can't do this, but someone needs to modify their system time to tomorrow's date and see if the counter hits zero for them.

 

Then post a pic here and complain that Bryan hasn't started the KS yet.  :devil: :devil:

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I'm really hoping to see more Numenera.

you and Miss Melons will need to team up to form a Numenera pestering squad, to drive Bryan mad with requests until he complies.

 

I'm pretty sure you don't need to drive him mad. Walking is even a bit of a stretch... I think we're there already. I certainly would be after running 3 kickstarters, and getting ready to run a 4th and 5th!!

 

 

Anything worth doing is worth overdoing. 

 

Best to make sure.  :B):

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Well played. ::D:

 

Squee, just realized it goes live at 8am my time, not 10 (forgot to convert the time, aha), so I'll be able to jump on and enjoy the ride for a couple of hours before work! :bday:

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Well played. ::D:

 

Squee, just realized it goes live at 8am my time, not 10 (forgot to convert the time, aha), so I'll be able to jump on and enjoy the ride for a couple of hours before work! :bday:

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

 

 

As long as I'm out here in the Bay area, I figure I'll take advantage of the jet lag to get to the office around 7:30, and sit here camping out until we go live.  ^_^

 

Is it Tuesday yet?  :bday:  

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That'd mean I have eternal life ... nice thought.

 

 

yes, but not eternal youth.

And I'm pretty sure the eyes are the first things to go...
No, the eyes are definitely not the first thing to go...

 

Oh, and 23 HOURS!!!

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