Bloodmoon Goblins Goes Gold, Electronic Copies Released To Kickstarter Patrons


It is with the greatest pleasure that I report to you that Bloodmoon Goblins is complete.  I have emailed a PDF copy of the game to every patron e-mail address I have.  If you have not received it, please contact me here.

I hope you have as much fun playing Bloodmoon Goblins as I have.  I would wish that your campaign runs as long as the development cycle of the game, but by the end of that time period you would have a bunch of level 40 goblins who all have platemail made out of vorpal swords and use the desiccated hands of various dead lich-gods as back scratchers.  Thank you very much for your patience and faith in myself and this project.  It is an enormous and perhaps undeserved vote of confidence to back a Kickstarter for a guy who has no experience, education, or credentials relevant to producing any game product more complicated than his doodled graph paper dungeons.  I am humbled that you have that confidence in me and my idea, and I hope to earn that vote retroactively by delivering you a worthy product.

The story of Bloodmoon Goblins is just beginning.  It has mutated from a fun string of games for my group to a small book that will hopefully lead to entertainment for your group at some point.  My next tasks are to make it available for anyone to purchase and to commit it to printed form for those of you patrons who are due to receive it, and for anyone else who wants to buy it.  I’ll keep you updated on how that goes in the next couple of weeks.  But since the game is now committed in its finished form to the digital file, it is yours to enjoy, as promised.

Your next task, if you care to, is to run Bloodmoon Goblins for your group and tell me how it goes.  I hope your players relish the chance to play the devious scumbags who kill things and loot their stuff that we pretty much all started out as, playing RPGs.  Do keep me posted on how they do.

Thank you again for your support.  I hope it was worth the wait.


Oh, and please do tell me if you (gasp) find an error or omission in the game.  I am eager to correct any mistakes that may have survived the last couple of weeks’ editorial carpet-bombing, and to send a corrected version of the game to all of you.

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