What's an example of this "Preview the content" thing? Like a few minutes of a video? A few lines of an article? What does it entail.
Also calling people giving you money vouyers might be taken in an insulting way.
What does "Increased dedication to producing behind the scenes content" actually entail? What's the action plan there? How's it going to differ from year 1? How will it be "worth it" to the fans other than saying you're trying harder basically?
Same with before, calling people giving you money Thieves might...well be taken as an insult.
This I think is a really good change personally, not much more to add. I didn't personally use the tier much, but it's good that it's all in one place.
Wiretapper as well...being that it's got some legal connotations.
I'm very happy about this tier, as I used to use the $20 tier, and well $10 saved is $10 saved.
So is it just going to be 1 map a month then? Even then what makes these maps any better than what Adam can already use from his infinite reitoire of Roll20 stuff?
Is it going to be only the latest Rollplay posters? Or are these posters going to be wholly separate from the Rollplay Art Commissions? If not do people get to choose which poster and who signs it?
Nothing really to comment, I think it's cool that they're back. I'd love to maybe see a write up of the fan games in the Rollplay zine, as I understand why the broadcast sessions wouldn't be kept.
I think it's pretty cool, $100 seems like a lot for 1 event, but I guess it's pretty private so I can understand having a high price tag as you don't necessarily know if it's going to get you a lot or a little and leave a lot of wasted resources.
As a side note, what's Rollplay's presence going to look like at Pax Unplugged? Any panels/games?
I really dislike the removing of the amount shown, if you want to be transparent with people and actually show people what you're working for you need to show how much money's there and then explain where it's going.
It worked last year, I don't see why it wouldn't work this year.