Harry Black

is creating Board Games of all Varieties, Most Particularly RPG's

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If you're looking at this page, you probably already know what I do: I develop and run tabletop RPG's, card games, and other board games as a hobby, with an ambition of turning professional.  In the past, I've created a card game based on silly Music Videos; a simple board game based around professional wrestling; and my magnum opus-- a cyberpunk RPG designed mostly out of spite for Shadowrun.  The lattermost is how I spend most of my weekends, and the project that finally gave me the inspiration to take my hobby to market.  Until I do, though, running the game itself will have to suffice as my "Summer Job"--after all, I need ramen money as much as the next college kid.  Any funds sent to me through this campaign will be devoted chiefly to refining, producing, running, and ultimately distributing this and any of my other games I happen to think are worth paying for.  Mostly just running it, though: a simple monthly fee will be enough to give me the time I need to develop my games for print and remove the price tag altogether.
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My goal is simple: scrape together enough money to make a four-group 6A output viable month-over-month, while also allowing me to develop it (and other projects) for print.  I don't need a lot of money, but I need enough to prove to the powers-that-be that this is a semi-viable investment while also keeping myself in groceries.  It's far from a proud circumstance, but it's the one I'm stuck in.
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