Heya, folks. If you’re a backer, you’ve already received the notifications. If not, you’re hearing it here for the first time: we’ve finally gone to version 1.00 on the Core Rulebook PDF, which means that Costume Fairy Adventures is now available!
Heya, Costume Fairy Adventures fans. If you’re wondering where the heck we’ve been all this time - and you’d be right to wonder! - read on.
story short, we’ve been getting complete radio silence from our printer
for the better part of three months now; no effort at contact - whether
via email, telephone, or even old-fashioned mail - has been successful,
and the revised proofs we requested at the beginning of February have
not been forthcoming. At this point, we can only presume we’re not going to hear back.
Which brings us to plan B: fulfillment via print-on-demand.
with our printer woes, we’ve been working with DriveThruRPG to get a
print-on-demand option set up for all of our books. At the time of this
writing, that process is nearly complete. We’ve always regarded pledge
fulfillment via PoD as a non-preferred option - both because it’s
significantly more expensive, and because DriveThru’s fulfillment
process introduces a number of awkward wrinkles for overseas backers -
but it’s better than having no print option at all.
So, executive decision time: if we haven’t heard back from our printer and
gotten a firm timeline commitment from them by the end of May, we will
begin fulfillment via DriveThru print-on-demand. If your shipping
address needs updating - or if you don’t wish to receive PoD books and
would prefer a refund - you should consider May 31st as your deadline to
get in touch with us.
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be contacting
each backer individually to confirm your reward package and shipping
details, so watch for that email. If you’d rather not wait, please
message us via KickStarter - just click the Penguin King icon in the
project description to access our contact form.
Apologies for the drama, folks - the light at the end of the tunnel is in sight!
I am a gamer. I followed the call of Cthulhu and ran in the shadows with hackers and shamans. I traversed the ancient lands of Greyhawk, Faerun, and Eberron with companions new and old. I swung from an airship and buckled swash over London for the Kerberos Club. I threw dice and flipped cards and ground men into dust playing table-top wargames.
I don’t do that anymore.
Since July of 2015 fans of the game Malifaux have been attempting to overwhelm me with death and rape threats for no other reason than I am a woman who has opinions on the game. Wyrd Miniatures is silent on this matter and hangs up whenever anyone attempts to discuss the harassment. Given that a large number of threats identify the senders by name as Wyrd staff members, I do not find this surprising.