Posted by : David Guyll April 17, 2017

Thanks to our awesome backers, the Dungeons & Delvers Kickstarter broke past the 3k mark before the campaign's conclusion!

That's just over three times our initial goal, plus we're going to run a fourth poll to see what race or class people want added to the core game (first three winners were the ranger, paladin, and beastfolk race).

Over the next few weeks we're going to let backers look over various Google documents to see if the game makes sense, anything's missing, things could be worded better, and so on, but we'll still post bits of the game and new art here as it's completed.

If you wanted to but couldn't back it for whatever reason, no biggie: we're going to do a late pledge thing.

From the original announcement post:

If you haven't been keeping up, Dungeons & Delvers is a rules-lite dungeon crawling role-playing game geared towards kids, but still fun for everyone.

We've been playtesting it off and on for a few years now, both with our kids and our adult Hangout group (in addition to various one-shot games and letting other people take a look at the document).

If you wanna see the game in action/hear what a group thought about it without any input at all from us, you can watch this video by the guys from Skinner Games:



Announcements
If you're curious about FrankenFourth and/or Dungeons & Delvers, you can find public alpha documents here and here respectively.

The Rogue is our latest alternate-addition to the Dungeon World core class roster. If you want something different and/or more flexible than the thief, be sure to check it out!

Just released our second adventure for A Sundered World, The Golden Spiral. If a snail-themed dungeon crawl is your oddly-specific thing, check it out!

By fan demand, we've mashed all of our 10+ Treasure volumes into one big magic item book, making it cheaper and more convenient to buy in print (which you can now do).

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