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Anyone care to guess at avergae pledge amount after the first day? I guess $157 in hopes of it rising as time goes.

 

I'm actually going to guess $300 or so.

 

 

There are going to have to be some whales the first day, then. I expect most people will pledge $100 for the core set, and then those people who go all in at once will bring it up to $120/backer or so.

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The Kickstarter ends at 6:00 PM on the first day of Pennsic, which is pretty much the worst possible time for those of us who go, but at least we won't be in the middle of a battle or something. I guess people will be taking dinner early that night.

 

OTOH, the Kickstarter will be a good reminder to take frequent breaks during camp construction.

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so at this time tomorrow, we'll be about 5 hours into the campaign...will we have broken $1,000,000 pledged?

 

nah, give it till 8-9 hours in to give people time to get off work.

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I'm going to guess close to $200 also... mostly cause that's what i'll be in for.

 

Speaking of, I'd like to thank my new roommate for helping to make my backing of Bones III a much more relaxed investment.

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I would guess that the regulars are not the typical pledger. For us, $200-500 doesn't seem like an insane thing when the goals haven't even been shown. I will be in for more than the average early on and likely more than the average at the end.

 

/Bones for life

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As a note for the Reaper email that just went out, if you create a preview URL that URL redirects to the actual Kickstarter once you go live.  Just saying, ya know...

Yes, and if we do that, what we have now becomes visible when you click it now.  We're not going to be doing that, although we know it is a possibility.

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As a note for the Reaper email that just went out, if you create a preview URL that URL redirects to the actual Kickstarter once you go live. Just saying, ya know...

Yes, and if we do that, what we have now becomes visible when you click it now. We're not going to be doing that, although we know it is a possibility.
It was worth a shot...
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Wait ... 10 AM Central Time tomorrow?

 

(calculates a bit)

 

Oh ... bugger.  I'ma have to think about this a bit.

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As a note for the Reaper email that just went out, if you create a preview URL that URL redirects to the actual Kickstarter once you go live.  Just saying, ya know...

Yes, and if we do that, what we have now becomes visible when you click it now.  We're not going to be doing that, although we know it is a possibility.

 

 

My point exactly, good sir.  Bwa ha ha!

 

 

 

As a note for the Reaper email that just went out, if you create a preview URL that URL redirects to the actual Kickstarter once you go live. Just saying, ya know...

Yes, and if we do that, what we have now becomes visible when you click it now. We're not going to be doing that, although we know it is a possibility.
It was worth a shot...

 

 

Yes, but he saw through my dastardly plan to get more previews.  Drat it all!

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Zombicide just showed us a goat. Now I want a goat. Reaper, please offer a goat. :lol:

 

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Anyone care to guess at avergae pledge amount after the first day? I guess $157 in hopes of it rising as time goes.

 

I'm actually going to guess $300 or so.

 

 

There are going to have to be some whales the first day, then. I expect most people will pledge $100 for the core set, and then those people who go all in at once will bring it up to $120/backer or so.

 

 

*splash*

 

Free Willy!

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This thread will be locked tomorrow morning and a new thread will be started, just FYI. There shouldn't be over 176 pages of posts for people to wade through before finding information about the live project.

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