John McMullen (of Hope Prep fame) suggested that once something is at the Kickstarter phase, its tone and direction was already set -- and he does have a point
So - here's how I responded:
This is something I struggled with on the Kickstarter.You want to incorporate feedback.But you want to do in a meaningful way.Guys who do kickstarters for films or webseries will give the contributors avote on casting options, for example.
So - I'm debating adding a TBD slot. A 6th adventure which is yet to bedetermined and whose content will be selected by the contributors.
It will unlock when the original funding goal is set - and everyone who hascontributed at a certain level or higher (5 or 10 bucks) gets to vote from aslate of possible adventures (some suggested by me, and some suggested by othercontributors.)
Along those same lines, we'll probably have input from the contributors on coverideas, the images of the villains in the adventure and so on.
If we do better than expected, we could have additional TDB slots that unlockfor every additional $120 we raise above the initial goal.
Just an idea - what do you guys think?
That's a great idea, Mike. It makes it feel more like a true "patronage" project rather than a "ransom" model.ReplyDelete