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02-24-2016 07:46 PM
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Like in every Kickstarter.
You will for sure have several different pledge Levels.

Pledge levels in a kickstarter are normally:

1 Euro:
to get your feed into the door (see all the news, update your pledge level later)

Standard pledge Level:
E.g. a starter box with 2 factions

"Early birds":
same starter box, but small discount

Lower pledge Levels:
Normally some simple packages (=1 faction = 3 Units)

Higher pledge Levels:
2 faction deals, small discount, a few free stuff things
3,4,6 faction deals: bigger discount, more free stuff things

All in pledge Levels:
Everything 1x, all free stuff, something Special

Shop owner pledge Levels:
Not accesable for people like us, just for shops, high value deals

Deals about models which are already made (from last Kickstarter)...

But the only Person who know abou that is: David.
And I guess, he is still adjusting the details, calculating the numbers, ...

I am looking forward to this new Kickstarter!
(= It will be an expensive Kickstarter for me, and 2 friends also told me that they plan to buy MANY things...) Smile
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02-25-2016 01:15 AM
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It all sounds very nice. Great stuff - looking forward to it all Smile
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02-25-2016 01:29 AM
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Yes for sure, there will be lots of deals at different levels.

I am wondering if it is also possible to include army deals of wave-1 bundled with the wave-2 starters as a mega-deal pledge level, so for example Banebrood Wave-1 army deal plus banebrood wave-2 starter deal plus....

Not sure if that is allowed on KS because the wave-1 stuff already exists. Need to investigate that.
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02-25-2016 01:10 PM
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That is definitely possible David. It is done many times in other projects!
Like board games from Queens Games, they have different pledge levels that include a new game (specifically for the kickstarter and an/all older games...)

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02-26-2016 01:24 AM
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(02-25-2016 01:10 PM)udunsflame Wrote:  That is definitely possible David. It is done many times in other projects!
Like board games from Queens Games, they have different pledge levels that include a new game (specifically for the kickstarter and an/all older games...)

Okay good to know, and that's great news!
That increases the potential sales from the Kickstarter. The more money Megalith makes, the faster we can get Wave-2 released and other related projects too like campaigns and 4th subfactions for each faction.
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02-26-2016 10:24 AM
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I am of the opinion that a few good choices for kickstarter pledges is always better than a crowded place with say 20 diverse options where you have to read for an hour to see what you're getting with what pledge.
Maybe a few bold pledge options (where you can later specify the faction in a pledge manager) and some possible add-ons to make things straightforward.
But that's just my 2 cents on kickstarter organisation. Smile

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02-26-2016 10:51 AM
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Correct Raoul, that's definitely a good starting point. Better have less pledge options and more add-ons...

What are the possibilities for stretch goals? These things are really the drive behind a kickstarter. People pledge more easy if they get some nice stretch goals...

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02-26-2016 11:46 AM
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Yes, and please consider carefully how you will handle the shipping. I baked both, the Warzone and the AvP Kickstarter (which went terrible, after more than two years I still haven't got most of my rewards...) and the shipping issue almost ruined Prodoss...

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02-26-2016 05:23 PM
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In some weeks, the AvP KS will be in it's fourth year... just saying.

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02-26-2016 07:23 PM
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(02-26-2016 10:24 AM)Raoul Wrote:  I am of the opinion that a few good choices for kickstarter pledges is always better than a crowded place with say 20 diverse options where you have to read for an hour to see what you're getting with what pledge.
Maybe a few bold pledge options (where you can later specify the faction in a pledge manager) and some possible add-ons to make things straightforward.
But that's just my 2 cents on kickstarter organisation. Smile

Im am with you. Smile

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