Archive for August, 2012

600% Funded and Climbing!

Posted: 31st August 2012 by Diamond Sutra in General

Wow, crossed the big 600%. I unleashed a few new stretch goals, plus I created this new page here which explains why the goals are awesome, and at which pledge levels you’ll have access to them! http://tenra-rpg.com/kickstarter.shtml Oh, and I’ve been interviewed in a few places recently! Roll For News Podcast: http://mountzionpress.com/rollfornews/2012/08/30/episode10/ Kickstart My Heart GenCon […]

Give me your thoughts on Kickstarter Stretch Goals!

Posted: 19th August 2012 by Diamond Sutra in General

Because there’s currently a few threads on various forums where people are tossing out ideas, I’d love to basically turn this post into the place to post your ideas. I have a few ideas already! I want more, though! I cannot guarantee that your idea will be right for the project (in other words, I […]

From Zero to 200% in 12 hours. WOW.

Posted: 18th August 2012 by Diamond Sutra in Translation

Hey guys, the Kickstarter is online! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/diamondsutra/tenra-bansho-zero-an-art-and-culture-rich-rpg-from Hey guys, the Kickstarter is 200% Funded. What is what i cannot where is this what how can i shot web I seriously did not believe it would happen this fast. I wagered on crawling to the end, barely getting over the finish line. Anyway, the White Whale is […]

A little more time!

Posted: 14th August 2012 by Diamond Sutra in Uncategorized

UPDATE: DONE! From my side, anyway: Submitted the project for approval by Kickstarter. Now to just wait for approval. Hopefully in a few hours vs in a few days. Once it’s approved, I’ll be hitting that GO LIVE button so hard that my keyboard may break! Apologies! There were some setbacks this last weekend involving: […]

Book Details, Go-Live, and Kickstarter Woes!

Posted: 6th August 2012 by Diamond Sutra in General, Rules, Translation

I am likely going to regret setting a =gasp= date on the release of something related to Tenra Bansho, being (ahem) 7 years into a “2-year” project. But only a few things left to do (contact the license-holders to make sure all is ready to go forward; prep some catch copy; take pictures; finish video) […]