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Saturday, August 22, 2015

2014.08.25 Ken Whitman Already Planning his Next KoDT Kickstarter Scam

2014.08.25 Ken Whitman Already Planning his Next KoDT Kickstarter Scam
I found an interesting article that I hadn't seen before, an article on the Rolling for Initiative weekly column by "Scott Thorne, PhD, owner of Castle Perilous Games & Books in Carbondale, Illinois and instructor in marketing at Southeast Missouri State University".

The author contributed at least $200 towards the KoDT:LAS to get the "Retail Package" and was invited to be a vendor at the "d20 Expo" as well as be an extra in the film (because nobody bought the $750 level to be an extra).

The column/report is a good one you can find here, but I found one of the closing paragraphs particularly telling:
"According to Whitman, expect to see the series released by December of this year, with another Kickstarter campaign launched next year to fund the second three episode arc, scheduled to shoot in summer 2015."

Obviously we don't have the episodes yet, almost 9 months after that December wishful-thinking release date, but to me the bigger bit is that in August of last year, Ken Whitman was already planning another KoDT Kickstarter. At this point he'd already been lying about the KoDT 20 Years of Covers book for months!

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