[Update (2016-11-3, 7:06AM EDT): Wow, that was fast! We have the funds! Thank you to everyone who donated! A big shout out to John Steve, David Pope, and Manuel Sambs for carrying us over the finish line!
[Update (2016-11-3, 1:03AM EDT): Thanks to Kevin Flynn and Paul Kasper (the original Savagepedia admin ohoh7), we’re now at $85!
[Update (2016-11-2, 11:53PM EDT): A big thank you to Victor Diaz for being the first to donate and in the amount of $50 which gets us halfway there!]
Savagepedia needs our help again!
We have 14 days remaining as of this post. I’m collecting donations via PayPal; fortunately, Wikispaces accepts PayPal as a form of payment.
It’s time for its subscription renewal which costs $100 per year. The Savage Worlds community helped raise funds last year, and we can likely do it again this year.
If you appreciate the value that Savagepedia brings to our community and want to help it live on, please consider sending a donation. Even a few dollars helps us reach this (relatively) modest goal. (I know a lot of us have spent a good amount on Kickstarters for poker decks and Savage Worlds products in the past.)
We’d like to know how we can improve our Savage Worlds podcast. Let us know by completing our short survey. Even if you’ve never heard of our show, you can tell us that, too.
March has begun, spring approaches, but WINTER IS ETERNAL!
The Savage Bloggers Network and Just Insert Imagination are thrilled to announce that SBN Patreon patrons who support the podcast during the month of March will be given a free PDF copy of Winter Eternal, the dark, cold Savage Worlds fantasy setting of Ehlerrac.
Simply head on over to our Patreon page, and add your pledge for the show through one of our reward levels. After the end of March, we’ll verify your email address for your DriveThruRPG account to which Just Insert Imagination will distribute your full discount for Winter Eternal. Of course our existing Patreon patrons will receive a copy of the PDF as well.
Check out our fancy new Patreon page! Patreon has rolled out a new design that improves the presentation of creator profiles and content.
We’ve also added a low entry point reward level ($1 per episode) that allows patrons to submit priority questions for any interviews we do in the future. Additionally, we’ve set some new goals to show what types of things your support can help fund including making more goodies such as more dice and bookmarks available, better recording equipment to help us make high quality audio recordings for discerning ears, and more.
Don’t forget, we’re still offering the Ace! Wild Dice, too. After this month, we’ll be cutting the availability of the of the single die offerings to put some of them at a higher reward level for additional dice.
We’re eager to know what you think of our new setup, goals, and reward levels, so feel free to drop a comment.