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Journeys to the West: Last Call!

Old Mariners Never Burn Out, They Just Drift AwayOn December 18, the Journeys to the West design project sails with the tide! Will you be on board, or will you be left sadly on the shore while we sail off for adventure, singing boisterous sea shanties and dicing on deck while drinking crazy amounts of grog? With Paizo CEO Lisa Stevens aboard as a backer??

Once this kickoff funding period ends, to join the crew you’ll have to pay some shifty, toothless old salt a criminal amount of money to row you out. In other words, you can still be a patron, but prices will go up. So why not join now? (Read what we have to offer beyond the jump!)
Crow's Nest
With the support from awesome backers this project has gone far beyond just designing and publishing the anthology. It now offers you:

• An expanded 128-page book
• An ocean chart poster map
• A set of player handouts including treasure maps, a logbook, secret aboleth glyphs, additional art to show players, and deck plans!
• A complete 16-page pirate secret society writeup
• Print copies of the softcover book for all backers who pledge just $25 or more
• All backers’ print copies autographed by the lead designer

Here’s one last reward the project offers if you help Journeys meet its last goal before the deadline this Sunday night:

• A standalone 16-page adventure at the edge of the world by Wolfgang Baur

Run, row, or swim to Kickstarter today and sign up for Journeys to the West!

6 Replies to "Journeys to the West: Last Call!"


December 16, 2011 at 9:07am


The 16 page adv is listed at 12K here… And at 12,5 on Kickstarter…

Kobold Quarterly

December 16, 2011 at 10:55am

Yep, it was correct on Kickstarter and wrong here. Fixed!


December 16, 2011 at 10:56am


Mighty Mongo

December 16, 2011 at 11:57am

Fingers crossed for the WB adventure! Looks like we need to do all our new OD projects on Kickstarter…!

Christina Stiles

December 17, 2011 at 12:28pm

I’m happy dancing!!! Wolfgang has to write an adventure now. :)


December 17, 2011 at 2:25pm

I’m delighted at the opportunity! It’s one of those adventures I’ve wanted to do for a long while…