Crafty is creating tabletop RPG related content
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patrons

Before I say anything, I just want you all to know that I don't want anyone to feel obligated to give me anything. My content will always be free for all and I will always help out tabletop RPG developers by running polls and openly sharing my experience in the field. I just gave you some tier options, so you can choose the amount for yourself. 

Becoming my patron simply means that you're enabling me to become a better creator and, hopefully, someday, buy you a coffee when we meet on a gamescon in your city, or something. My goal is to build this community with you, so we get to do it together and shape the path that I will take by sharing ideas and thoughts. That will, hopefully allow me to devote myself more to this community in the future, by being present more frequently and publishing more often. 

This whole thing started as a YouTube channel that I devoted to a big part of my life, which is tabletop RPGs, mainly DnD and Pathfinder, but a lot of other games as well. To stress the importance role playing games and how they shaped my life, I drew a parallel line between them and real life situations, delving into psychology and deeper explanation of building a character within the game, as well as world building and storytelling. 

My love for handcrafts is something that runs in my family. Basically all of my known family had something to do with craftsmanship, whether it was a paying job, or a hobby, so it was only natural that I get into something similar, hence the crafting and customizing part.

Crafty Tabletop Stories was an idea that started on YouTube as a weekly thing, but it became much more than that. In the meanwhile I made a lot of people happy with my custom dice and RPG related handcrafts. I made a well established brand on Instagram and Twitter which brought me more ideas on how to develop this story further. But what I'm most proud of is the fact that I worked on a dvelopment of 3 tabletop RPGs within the first year of existence and I intend to carry on with that trend. 

So, let me just say a big THANK YOU to all of my current and future patrons!
Before I say anything, I just want you all to know that I don't want anyone to feel obligated to give me anything. My content will always be free for all and I will always help out tabletop RPG developers by running polls and openly sharing my experience in the field. I just gave you some tier options, so you can choose the amount for yourself. 

Becoming my patron simply means that you're enabling me to become a better creator and, hopefully, someday, buy you a coffee when we meet on a gamescon in your city, or something. My goal is to build this community with you, so we get to do it together and shape the path that I will take by sharing ideas and thoughts. That will, hopefully allow me to devote myself more to this community in the future, by being present more frequently and publishing more often. 

This whole thing started as a YouTube channel that I devoted to a big part of my life, which is tabletop RPGs, mainly DnD and Pathfinder, but a lot of other games as well. To stress the importance role playing games and how they shaped my life, I drew a parallel line between them and real life situations, delving into psychology and deeper explanation of building a character within the game, as well as world building and storytelling. 

My love for handcrafts is something that runs in my family. Basically all of my known family had something to do with craftsmanship, whether it was a paying job, or a hobby, so it was only natural that I get into something similar, hence the crafting and customizing part.

Crafty Tabletop Stories was an idea that started on YouTube as a weekly thing, but it became much more than that. In the meanwhile I made a lot of people happy with my custom dice and RPG related handcrafts. I made a well established brand on Instagram and Twitter which brought me more ideas on how to develop this story further. But what I'm most proud of is the fact that I worked on a dvelopment of 3 tabletop RPGs within the first year of existence and I intend to carry on with that trend. 

So, let me just say a big THANK YOU to all of my current and future patrons!

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