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So, people, how's it going? Gotten killed by any rothes lately? Okay, enough small talk.

I've got good news and bad news. Which do you want first? The good news? Well, you always were a cheerful bunch…

But anyway!

Good news: I MAY have found a way for us to get as much funding as we need. It depends. We would definitely need to get a coherent, over-arching storyline together for AO, and get our tech demo made, etc. But just like hundreds of others who worked hard and had it paid off, we would have a good shot at getting our funding.

Bad news: The site where we would be doing it is Kickstarter.com. They are awesome and have helped many groups kick-start projects. I made a Cyberspace Studios account on there *coughforadminsonlytoaccessunlikethefacebookpagezavviecough* and looked at their regulatins for starting a project. Here they are:

To be eligible to start a Kickstarter project, you need to satisfy the requirements of Amazon Payments:
• I am 18 years of age or older.
• I am a permanent US resident with a Social Security Number (or EIN).
• I have a US address, US bank account, and US state-issued ID (driver’s license).
• I have a major US credit or debit card.
I think that counts us all out one way or another ^_^ So we would probably have to get your or my dad involved, Hawk.

But for the moment, here’s a community question for ya all: On Kickstarter.com, we encourage people to donate by giving them a reward depending on the donation. The rewards would be considerably better for the cost than, say, if they were buying from the premium shop. For example, we might give everyone who donates ten dollars six months of premium. For everyone who donates fifty dollars, they get a minor NPC. For everyone who donates one hundred dollars, they get a somewhat major NPC. (like a general or something, not the king or anything like that) For everyone who donates a thousand dollars, they get a lifetime premium subscription and get to design an entire storyline chapter and areas. So, what would you think some good rewards (and their prices) would be?

12/05/11--A Little Cash, Sir? NSrsC

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kenichi DaPuppy
Re: 12/05/11--A Little Cash, Sir?
Post on Mon Dec 05, 2011 5:23 pm by kenichi DaPuppy
That sucks we might need an adult american to join us xD.Even if its just for that >.< or you ask help from one of your fathers (or mothers, i dunno o.o).

No idea for rewards, the ones suggested sound good enough.

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