New Patreons are Awkward

What it says in the title: new Patreons are awkward. I envision this body of work there eventually, which will make subscribing for a few bucks a month worthwhile. It’s going to take a while for the content to build up, though. So until then, I need people to trust that this will play out the way I promise it will. In a way, that’s no different from any other crowdfunding campaign. You pay your money, and you hope that somewhere down the line people deliver. The difference here is, instead of asking for a large sum I’m asking for $3 a month.

The newsletter is free, and always will be. Technically, followers get early access. A week afterward it will appear in other places. It will be a post here, a free PDF on DriveThruRPG, and the audio version will go up on YouTube. The reason it goes on Patreon first is that I want people to be aware of that page. As I add content worth paying for, some of you will hopefully spring for a paid subscription.

Right now the main draw for patrons in the Q&A. In the future, it will also house journaling games based on settings we’ll publish, available exclusively on Patreon. It will be where the System Reference Documents reside. Other things are planned, but for now, it’s primarily about the newsletter.

You can read or listen to the newsletter free on the Lightspress Media Patreon page! It’s possible to follow without becoming a patron, but only members can submit questions for the Q&A! Check it out now at patreon.com/lightspress.

I hope you’re doing well today.

Berin Kinsman
Lightspress Media