James Cook

is creating Table-top Role Playing Game products
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Basic For A Buck
$1
per month
The Basic For A Buck tier lets me know there are people out there who care about my work. 


I will post links to any free products I may release or publish here for my patrons, as well as postings to let you know when anything I've created or contributed to gets published.

Lincoln Likes
$5
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You get you everything from the lower tier, plus I will follow you on LinkedIn andTwitter, and Friend you on Facebook; connecting our social networks! I might Like or Retweet something you post!
Hamilton Helper
$10
per month
Everything from the first two tier, plus access to an original short story PDF by me (minimum 500 words) every month!

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About James Cook

Hi! Thanks for taking the time to visit my Patreon page. I am an author and creator of table-top RPG products. Well, that's what I self-identify as. Most people would say that I am, in fact, a Senior Public Safety Telecommunicator (9-1-1 operator/dispatcher) who does RPG design on the side. 

What brought me here? My desire to create and contribute to interesting and fun RPG products. Supporting me as a patron will help me continue to produce entertaining RPG content. Your contributions and support will help me cover the general overhead costs of game design and development, like supplies, contract art, editing and layout support, etc.

Patreon will also allow me to be directly connected to my audience. Supporters will get links to all the products which I have created or contributed to. They will get interesting blog posts that document my creative process. Supporters at the $10 and above levels will get original short stories from me every month. Supporters at higher tiers will get multiple stories and ready to play RPG characters every month. 
Goals
$0 of $30 per month
$30 worth of office supplies would help me produce three "Buck Plug" products for 4 Devils Studio. Paper doesn't grow on trees, you know!

umm... wait a second... paper apparently DOES grow on trees; or at least comes from trees, which is nearly the same thing. Wow! Live and learn, amirite?
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