Q: When is the expected fulfillment date?
A: As stated on the Kickstarter page, we're shooting to have the game fulfilled about 1 year from the campaign, in March of 2018. This gives us time to make sure we deliver the best game we can to our backers. We will do our best to provide consistent updates on the progress of the game, as well as share previews of the game with backers.
Q: How will the bonuses (stretch goals, extra playbooks) be delivered to folks?
A: We are currently aiming to have the various essays and primers that were stretch goal rewards included in the main SCUP book. The bonus playbooks, will most likely be published as a supplement we release after the game. We will keep you posted on the exact nature of this supplement as plans for it firm up.
Q: Will there be an online community for SCUP?
A: We certainly hope so! Currently, we post all information about SCUP to the Wheel Tree Press G+ page, which is the main way we communicate with folks. If there is interest, which it seems like there is, we may create a special space in that community for SCUP discussion. This could include feedback on the game, questions about the game, sharing pregen settings, sharing actual plays, etc. We'd love to hear from you about the game, going forward, and would be happy to have something like that in that space.
Current Estimated Shipping Date: March 2018Last Updated At: 05/04/17
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