EGG EMBRY (EGG): What’s the pitch for your project?
RICHARD DAVIS (RD): This module is an RP-heavy in-depth mystery with horror elements. It allows players to complete the majority of the adventure in an open map taking whatever route they wish.
EGG: What system are you using, and why is it the right one for this game?
RD: Dungeons and Dragons 5e as well as Pathfinder and Pathfinder 2e. They’re systems I’m familiar with and provide extreme flexibility.
EGG: What is the reward that is the best value?
RD: Either the $9 tier or the $24 tier. $9 Gets you the adventure in the system of your choice and $24 gets you the adventure in all it’s forms as well as a paperback copy in your preferred system.
EGG: Assuming there are stretch goals, which one are you most excited about?
RD: As for how unique it is, I’m excited the $1,750 stretch goal. As a mystery, the first time is normally the best experience. When this goal is met, there will be different endings the DM/GM will choose from the beginning to change the ending of the mystery, culprits, and experience.
EGG: What other projects have you worked on?
RD: I’ve made an introduction to D&D/Pathfinder adventure called Hawkwood Hideout available on DrivethruRPG. It’s available on a pay-what-you-want basis on that site. As for other Kickstarter projects, this is my first! I’m very excited for how well it’s gone thus far.
EGG: Where can fans learn more about you and your project?
RD: I post updates on the Kickstarter quite often, but the twitter and Facebook links above also have their own updates.
EGG: Let’s get some links to Richard’s work:
END DATE: Thu, October 24 2019 4:19 PM EDT.
“A mystery-horror D&D/Pathfinder module.”
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