Here we go, one EPIC FAQ.
Guys! We did it! We finally finished all 100 pieces of art for Story War! There may be a few tweaks and updates before the final print, but this feels super good!
For those of you that don’t know, Story War is a competitive story telling card game that Frezned, BradOFarrell (me), and Vondell-Swain have been making for the last 6 months. We met over tumblr and most of the people who came to our playtests have been tumblr folk
We’ve done over 100 play tests and we’ve meticulously written and re-written the copy and even re-draw the art to make sure each game is as fun as possible. It’s a subjectivity game about competitive/collaborative story-telling; we’ve worked really hard to identify what is fun and not fun to talk about and we’ve shaped the cards to maximize funness. And now it’s super fun!
If you want to buy a copy, our Kickstarter is launching at the end of the month. If you want to keep in the loop, follow our blog, and we’ll let you know when it comes out! Also if you reblogged this post to help get the word out that would be awesome!
FAN ART CONTEST
We’re also going to be sending a Secret Code that you can use on the kickstarter to get a special edition of the game for a discounted price to anyone who draws fan art and posts it on the #Story War tag. It can be of the characters in this post, or anything on our blog!
I am SO EXCITED!
I have just noticed, a little late to the party perhaps, that the preview image of badges I have in my Introduction video shows themin order!
So if you want to spoil yourself for the rest of January, go and speculate away on my video!
The only one I can’t quitework out is the first one in the second row.
Maybe it’s weightlifting? Or, uh, limbo?
Artist Max Mulhern has constructed and released two large colorful die into the Atlantic Ocean in a project called Aqua Dice.
Southern Marsupial Mole (Notoryctes typhlops)
is a species of mole-like marsupial found in the deserts of southern Australia. although they are not moles they bear some resemblance to them as they are highly adapted to a life underground, so well adapted that they lack complete eyes, large shovel forepaws that act as shovels and excellent hearing. Marsupial moles spend most of their lives underground, but not in burrows like moles do, marsupial moles “swim through the sand” as whatever tunnels it makes fill in as the animal moves on. not much is known about their diet but from what is known it seems they are insectivores feeding on insect eggs and earthworms. Although they spend most of their lives underground searching for food they have been known to come to the surface but very rarely, mostly after rain or during cool days.
Convergent evolution BAM
Did this dance. It’s on youtube. Can you find it? Probably.
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