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  • Deviant Kickstarter

    The Kickstarter is live and already approaching 20% funded!

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...me/description


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    CofD booklists: Beast I Changeling | Demon | Deviant (TBA) | Geist l Hunter l Mage | Mummy | Promethean | Vampire | Werewolf (WIP)

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    Last edited by tasti man LH; 09-20-2019, 01:06 AM. Reason: Fixed link, now back at computer

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    • #3
      A few questions for people who have pledged on previous CofD Kickstarters: what are these hardcovers like? Are they worth the cost quality-wise? Have you used them at the table, or do you see them more as collector's items?

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      • #4
        Reading the preview:

        Not a criticism, but, uh, how many fans of shonen and seinen are there at Onyx Path? Because this is the most gleefully hot-blooded thing they've ever done. There's even lore justified season progression (the Web of Pain, the realization the evil organization you just crushed has superiors and/or lieutenants that want to reform it, or worse rivals).


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        • #5
          Originally posted by The MG View Post
          A few questions for people who have pledged on previous CofD Kickstarters: what are these hardcovers like? Are they worth the cost quality-wise? Have you used them at the table, or do you see them more as collector's items?
          If you have any of the first edition CofD core books, they're a lot like those. Metallic finish on the cover, sometimes raised lettering, sturdy binding, glossy pages.

          I'd say getting the KS version is worth it. It's often a better deal than the POD options, and for a much nicer quality. They can be used at the table pretty easily, too (unlike the deluxe WoD books, for example, which I find are more collector's items).
          Last edited by Yossarian; 09-19-2019, 02:11 PM.



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          • #6
            Originally posted by Leliel View Post
            Reading the preview:

            Not a criticism, but, uh, how many fans of shonen and seinen are there at Onyx Path? Because this is the most gleefully hot-blooded thing they've ever done. There's even lore justified season progression (the Web of Pain, the realization the evil organization you just crushed has superiors and/or lieutenants that want to reform it, or worse rivals).
            Dude, this occurred to me pretty early on with all of the dev previews. I don't mind it, lol.

            *makes a mental note to throw up a Rider: the Henshining thread*

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            • #7
              Originally posted by The MG View Post
              A few questions for people who have pledged on previous CofD Kickstarters: what are these hardcovers like? Are they worth the cost quality-wise? Have you used them at the table, or do you see them more as collector's items?
              They’re very nice in my experience and have held up (much better than the PoD versions).


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              • #8
                Originally posted by Yossarian View Post
                If your have any of the first edition CofD core books, they're a lot like those. Metallic finish on the cover, sometimes raised lettering, sturdy binding, glossy pages.

                I'd say getting the KS version is worth it. It's often a better deal than the POD options, and for a much nicer quality.
                Yes, I have the old CtL corebook. It sounds pretty nice, actually.

                They can be used at the table pretty easily, too (unlike the deluxe WoD books, for example, which I find are more collector's items).
                My only point of comparison is my EX3 deluxe edition, which is a synth-leather behemoth shedding gilt dust.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by The MG View Post
                  Yes, I have the old CtL corebook. It sounds pretty nice, actually.

                  My only point of comparison is my EX3 deluxe edition, which is a synth-leather behemoth shedding gilt dust.
                  Yeah, the WoD ones are also leatherette/gilded jobs. Deviant will definitely more table ready than Ex3!



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                  • #10
                    I find my mind dissecting Symphogear and Honkai Impact 3rd regarding this.

                    Interesting.


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                    • #11
                      SYMBIONTS ARE SO COOL

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ArcaneArts View Post
                        I find my mind dissecting Symphogear and Honkai Impact 3rd regarding this.

                        Interesting.
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                        • #13
                          Four hours in, and we're past the halfway point.


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                          • #14
                            I haven't started reading the preview yet but I'm making a post in this thread so I can more easily find it later.

                            Also super damn excited. Currently only have the money to back the 5$ level (i'm not even mad though because the budget went to relatively good seats to seeing Ghost live) but will likely up it to the usual physical copy later.

                            SUPER Excite!



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                            • #15
                              so quick question. does anyone know if the PoD version is going to be hardcover? Because as much as I want the deluxe hardcover I do not have that kind of money(I want to splurge on Hunter.)

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