Shiro the Hero

is creating worlds, characters and the stories that contain them

2

patrons

$5

per month
Tiers
Newbie Adventurer
$1 per month

You're barely making ends meet after your dangerous ventures into the dungeon. Nonetheless, you still managed to save up some extra money, which you are willing to spend to support a rookie author.

Guild Employee
$5 per month

Although it's not the most profitable job in the world, the Guild pays well. You've always had a somewhat charitable nature, so you decide to spend parts of your disposable income here. 

Third Class Adventurer
$10 per month

Most of your accumulated wealth will periodically get devoted to upgrading or replacing your equipment. Still, you've accumulated enough money to stop fussing over every valis and decide to spend parts of it on supporting a certain writer.

Second Class Adventurer
$25 per month

You're easily able to live a comfortable life, while only having to delve into the dungeon every now and then to stock up on loads of valis. In your free-time, you've always been reading lots of books. Because you've got a lot less distractions now, you even stumbled across someone whose works you want to support.

First Class Adventurer
$50 per month

During the weeks you spend in the Deep Floors during expeditions, besides your fellow adventurers, your only companions are the books you take with you to unwind. Because the amount of funds you earn have reached a point where you could hardly spend them all, even if you tried to, you decide to support one of the authors you know of.

Generous God
$100 per month

During your time in the mortal world, the valis your familia has accumulated for you could probably rival a small kingdom. But there really is only so much you can possibly spend it on. So when you see a wordsmith who could benefit from your help, you decide to share a portion of your wealth.

The God of Fortune
$500 per month only 1 left

Contrary to most gods associated with wealth, fortune and money, you aren't stingy in the slightest. When you notice a young man embark on the path he has chosen for himself, you bestow upon him your blessing.

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In all seriousness, you would almost entirely be funding my expenses. The gratitude I would most likely feel at the moment I would get notified of someone choosing this pledge is something I can't even comprehend yet.

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Tiers
Newbie Adventurer
$1 per month

You're barely making ends meet after your dangerous ventures into the dungeon. Nonetheless, you still managed to save up some extra money, which you are willing to spend to support a rookie author.

Guild Employee
$5 per month

Although it's not the most profitable job in the world, the Guild pays well. You've always had a somewhat charitable nature, so you decide to spend parts of your disposable income here. 

Third Class Adventurer
$10 per month

Most of your accumulated wealth will periodically get devoted to upgrading or replacing your equipment. Still, you've accumulated enough money to stop fussing over every valis and decide to spend parts of it on supporting a certain writer.

Second Class Adventurer
$25 per month

You're easily able to live a comfortable life, while only having to delve into the dungeon every now and then to stock up on loads of valis. In your free-time, you've always been reading lots of books. Because you've got a lot less distractions now, you even stumbled across someone whose works you want to support.

First Class Adventurer
$50 per month

During the weeks you spend in the Deep Floors during expeditions, besides your fellow adventurers, your only companions are the books you take with you to unwind. Because the amount of funds you earn have reached a point where you could hardly spend them all, even if you tried to, you decide to support one of the authors you know of.

Generous God
$100 per month

During your time in the mortal world, the valis your familia has accumulated for you could probably rival a small kingdom. But there really is only so much you can possibly spend it on. So when you see a wordsmith who could benefit from your help, you decide to share a portion of your wealth.

The God of Fortune
$500 per month only 1 left

Contrary to most gods associated with wealth, fortune and money, you aren't stingy in the slightest. When you notice a young man embark on the path he has chosen for himself, you bestow upon him your blessing.

-----

In all seriousness, you would almost entirely be funding my expenses. The gratitude I would most likely feel at the moment I would get notified of someone choosing this pledge is something I can't even comprehend yet.