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Shroud of the Avatar - Post-Funding Update #38

by Couchpotato, 2013-09-14 00:59:24

Shroud of the Avatar has another post-funding update with a variety of new topics.

Greetings Fellow Avatars!

More cool stuff to share with you this update, including Geoff Mellon's revamping of the male avatar outfit, Bren Wilson putting some moves on the avatar attacks, the Edelmann House Poll, Tracy Hickman's awesome Sojourner Tales Kickstarter campaign, and changes to how project updates are being shared.

The Edelmann House Poll

The rewards for the Edelmann Pledge Tier included "Unique, upscale, German Benefactor/Founder Edelmann's home (German home styles to be submitted and voted on by community; available only to pre-launch backers)"

Bob Cooksey (senior environmental artist) has generated his recommendation for an Edelmann home, and you can vote on his version, or alternate versions, at the Edelmann House Poll thread in our forums.

Project Updates Transitioning to SotA Website and Emails!

Since we completed our Kickstarter campaign on April 7, 2013, we have been double-posting our project updates to both Kickstarter and the SotA project website. To help consolidate our communications with our community of backers, we will start posting the updates only on the SotA website, but we will continue to send an email version of the updates to all of our Kickstarter backers using the email addresses provided to us by Kickstarter.  This way we can consolidate all of your replies and comments to our updates in one place.

Please Register on SotA and Link Your Kickstarter Account!

Stay on top of all the latest game development news by registering on our website, https://www.shroudoftheavatar.com. And if you have not already done so, please be sure to Link your Kickstarter Account, so we can ensure that you receive all of your backer rewards as soon as they are ready to roll out!

Information about

Shroud of the Avatar

SP/MP: Single + MP
Setting: Fantasy
Platform: PC
Release: In development