Hey. I have a question somewhat game related, but not about this one, but the table top game you were working on. When is that going to happen? Cause I really want to get in on that!
The Tabletop version of Buck: Legacy has been scuttled.
There will no longer be a Kickstarter for this project.
Scuttled implies that although the project is cancelled, its possible that the future the Tabletop project’s resources may be used to create something (such as supplement rules for compatible systems), and might be supported by short stories or comics.
Are you attending BUCK2014?
We are hosting a Buck: Legacy event on Saturday 23rd in Workshop 1 @ 1pm for 1 hour.
Buck: Legacy is a pony dungeon crawling role playing card game, and this event is open to all attendees of the convention, we welcome everyone!
Learn how to play this simple yet addicting card game with our experienced Game Masters.
For more experienced players, our Game Masters will bring you up to speed on the latest rules and monitor your competitive game!
All cards will be supplied for you to use.
Refreshments will also be supplied.
No appointment necessary (but first come-first served!).
We look forward to seeing your there!
☆☆☆ We also need Volunteers! ☆☆☆
We have positions open for experienced Game Masters!
We ask that Volunteers commit* to arriving at 12:45 and may leave at 14:00 when the event ends and have a good understanding of 2nd Edition rules.
Volunteers will be compensated for their services.
For Volunteer enquirers, please email email@example.com, positions are filling up quickly as its first-come first served!
*For Health and Safety, a signature is required. Volunteers will be given special event helper wristbands.
How come I can't purchase anything from the website :(
The website is currently under maintenance, several features have been disabled.
Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
In that case you should probably delete the link to the website on the sidebar for now, because that's how I found it. On a side note, thanks for all the amazing work (even though I don't have the game yet), and, what I appreciate most, your immediate answers to my questions.
We’ve taken down the link on the side bar, we’ll put it back up when the site is finished, we also took the opportunity to update the information there, as it hasn’t been updated in about 12+ months.
Our web designer is having a lovely weekend at a convention, we’ll chase him up when he gets back and see if we can convince him to fix the broken links on the site and update the descriptions.
We hope you’ll really enjoy our product when you receive it, we hear it’s a staple at weekly pony meetups worldwide.
Thank you for bringing this to our attention, every critique, comment and observation helps us to provide a better service.
So am I understanding this right: If I want to buy the game, second edition, I should wait for a while until the site if officially up and supposed to be live? And will you post the info here when that time has come, or from what source shall we know that the site is finished? It's already up after all, and it doesn't say not to use it right now.
I have very little control over the site.
The site is built and managed by someone I’ve hired, but they’re incredibly lazy and skim past even the most basic of instructions, leaving to the site in a state of perpetual “Work In Progress”.
Because of this, the assets are completely out of date, he’s filled in all the descriptions incorrectly, and he’s not input the PayPal script in correctly - So the shop is barely functional, despite this he pushed it to live and hasn’t touched it since, despite my repeated requests to make the fixes.
I’ll post here when the site is prepared properly, (that’s why there’s no advertisement for it).
Sorry for the confusion.
So I bought the game at buck legacy and then bought the game online with the kickstarter for the expansion. I paid for the 59 pound set. I have received it but see cards from the previous game. Is this correct? do I mash all the cards together? Or did I accidently order a second starter pack? I have a second deck which I presume is the extended edition.
By the description you’ve provided, you’ve purchased two core sets and one expansion set.
You only need to combine the x1 144 card pack and x1 80 card pack to play.
Combining x2 144 packs has never been attempted and is not recommended