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Is it to late to order decks?

Its not too late, we’ll be releasing the website soon

www.buckcardgame.com

When it launches, the shop will be fully operational and have many buying options for our products, including expansion sets.

Urban-san, when do you think you'll be able to send out the products?

All the packing is done, we’re just waiting on the reprint of the packs because of the company’s monumental error. Thank you for your patience thus far, I’ll email them tomorrow and see if I can get a lead time.

Dragons?

Buck: Legacy ponies wear the bones of dragons… AS ARMOUR

I got the First edition of the card game. And I am wondering if there are new cards and if so do I have to buy them?

To play second edition requires the expansion cards, on sale soon.

The product will be purchasable from our ‘Store’ section of our website.

(Kickstarter backers have already pre-ordered their sets)

Will you be at BUCK 2014? And will these expansion decks be there too?

We’ll be attending BUCK2014, we’ll have the new expansion for sale there as well as other products!

We’ll also be hosting another card games event, where we’ll be teaching you how to play and providing a room for players to enjoy!

Just a little teaser for you guys for being so patient; all new 2nd edition 24 page glossy rulebook, full colour and trimmed to fit our shipping boxes perfectly. One of my proudest achievements in the project thus far.
They’re all packed and ready for shipping, just waiting on the new card decks to be printed.
Cover artwork illustrated by Genji Lim

Just a little teaser for you guys for being so patient; all new 2nd edition 24 page glossy rulebook, full colour and trimmed to fit our shipping boxes perfectly. One of my proudest achievements in the project thus far.

They’re all packed and ready for shipping, just waiting on the new card decks to be printed.

Cover artwork illustrated by Genji Lim

There they are; hundreds and hundreds of 82 card packs. Some cards might be salvaged, but the most probable fate for these cards will be the recycling centre.

There they are; hundreds and hundreds of 82 card packs. Some cards might be salvaged, but the most probable fate for these cards will be the recycling centre.

At least the promotional cards came out perfectly!

At least the promotional cards came out perfectly!

Sincerest Apologies

Hello Everyone,

Thank you so much for your patience.

We have some good news, and some hideously bad news.

The good news is, all of the 80 card packs have arrived from the printers in perfect condition, cut and colour balance.

The bad news. The printing company used the wrong proof.
The proof I authorised for print was the finished build of the game.
However, the proof that they accidentally used was the ancient ‘Master’ test copy version, which is the very first build of the game and an incomplete, unbalanced mess.
To add insult to injury, the person responsible for loading the proofs into the Lithographer also added the promotional cards into the document. Which means that every single expansion set has 2 promotional cards bundled with them.

We will update you within 24 hours about the course of action we will take, which will most likely result in a complete re-print.

This is a completely unforeseen circumstance, of which we had no control, our ethic at Urban Meadows Publishing Ltd is that quality is the highest priority and we will never sell an inferior product.

Thanks again for your patience, as a small ray of hope, the website is currently in construction and we will have a new shop open soon, the improved plushies will also be ready by this time next week.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask us.
You can also email us at buckcardgame@gmail.com

Kind regards,

Harrison Hochkins
Director, Urban Meadows Publishing Ltd

Good news, everyone!Thank you for your patience so far, we have some good news to share.; the game has left the queue and has entered the production stage.
How did this delay happen?The delay was caused by a two factors at the printing company, as outlined in our previous email, it was caused by the printing company having to recalibrate their printing machine to match our previous sets, and secondly, the printing company was given a larger job which shelved my smaller one for several weeks while they worked on the larger project.

So what’s the process?This is the B2 Heidelberg Speedmaster, which we use for production, during the process, each of those 6 large boxes are fitted with enormous ‘drums’, each drum is manufactured specifically for my project and stamps each card with one colour to build up the image, each drum has to manufactured, installed and calibrated separately.
The 305micron Heretic Gaming Board is shipped from the suppliers in Germany and the sheets are loaded into the machine, along with the drums.
The sheets are fed through the machine, and each drum imprints a single colour to build up an image as the sheet moves through the machine, each sheet is scanned to detect any errors.
The printed sheets are then left to dry in enormous stacks, you can see two stacks in the above picture, after several days, the cards are dry and they are fed into a ram punch, which uses several chemically sharpened steel turrets to cut the cards into their sizes, where they are collated, stacked and cellowrapped for security.
The process takes a while and is an extremely expensive procedure, the preparation is enormous and a lot of checks have to be made before a project can be approved.We’ll let you know the moment the games come to our door and will start shipping on the same day!
Ok, what about the game itself?As we’ve playtested we’ve noticed a number of things about the nature of Buck: Legacy, most notably the flaws of the first edition rules, and with just two small changes we’ve changed the way the entire game is played.The changes include the dungeon boss, which now have physical cards to represent them, the way you fight them is now like a conventional monster without level scaling.Another notable change is the re-working of the medal system; players are now rewarded medals at the end of each adventure for completing a number of tasks such as “most distance travelled’, ‘most monsters killed’ and ‘surviving’.As an added twist, we removed the “bribe the bard” action.
The fact that players don’t need to rely on each other to beat the dungeon boss, coupled with the revised medal system, gives competitive players a huge new world of sly tactics, player-bribing and blackmail (players are still encouraged to team up together, but we’ve found that players like to backstab each other).These huge changes to the game have created 2nd Edition, which playtesters agree is the complete, definitive Buck: Legacy experience and how the game should be played.
We look forward to hearing your epic adventures and hilarious competitive moments!
Our PolicyQuality has always been the upmost importance here at Urban Meadows Publishing, if quality wasn’t a priority, the PDFs would be free to download and print at home.But we’ve always believed that an inferior printout at home cannot compare to holding physical cards in your hand.As the company grows, we’re able to use higher quality products to deliver you the best possible experience, simple things such as using special packaging and switching from 80gsm to 100gsm rulebook printing can make a huge amount of impact.This has been a huge learning experience for all of us here, and we hope to deliver you even greater products in the near future!
Thank you for all of your continued support!
Kind regards,
Harrison HochkinsDirector, Urban Meadows Publishing Ltd

Good news, everyone!
Thank you for your patience so far, we have some good news to share.; the game has left the queue and has entered the production stage.

How did this delay happen?
The delay was caused by a two factors at the printing company, as outlined in our previous email, it was caused by the printing company having to recalibrate their printing machine to match our previous sets, and secondly, the printing company was given a larger job which shelved my smaller one for several weeks while they worked on the larger project.

So what’s the process?
This is the B2 Heidelberg Speedmaster, which we use for production, during the process, each of those 6 large boxes are fitted with enormous ‘drums’, each drum is manufactured specifically for my project and stamps each card with one colour to build up the image, each drum has to manufactured, installed and calibrated separately.

The 305micron Heretic Gaming Board is shipped from the suppliers in Germany and the sheets are loaded into the machine, along with the drums.

The sheets are fed through the machine, and each drum imprints a single colour to build up an image as the sheet moves through the machine, each sheet is scanned to detect any errors.

The printed sheets are then left to dry in enormous stacks, you can see two stacks in the above picture, after several days, the cards are dry and they are fed into a ram punch, which uses several chemically sharpened steel turrets to cut the cards into their sizes, where they are collated, stacked and cellowrapped for security.

The process takes a while and is an extremely expensive procedure, the preparation is enormous and a lot of checks have to be made before a project can be approved.
We’ll let you know the moment the games come to our door and will start shipping on the same day!

Ok, what about the game itself?
As we’ve playtested we’ve noticed a number of things about the nature of Buck: Legacy, most notably the flaws of the first edition rules, and with just two small changes we’ve changed the way the entire game is played.
The changes include the dungeon boss, which now have physical cards to represent them, the way you fight them is now like a conventional monster without level scaling.
Another notable change is the re-working of the medal system; players are now rewarded medals at the end of each adventure for completing a number of tasks such as “most distance travelled’, ‘most monsters killed’ and ‘surviving’.
As an added twist, we removed the “bribe the bard” action.

The fact that players don’t need to rely on each other to beat the dungeon boss, coupled with the revised medal system, gives competitive players a huge new world of sly tactics, player-bribing and blackmail (players are still encouraged to team up together, but we’ve found that players like to backstab each other).
These huge changes to the game have created 2nd Edition, which playtesters agree is the complete, definitive Buck: Legacy experience and how the game should be played.

We look forward to hearing your epic adventures and hilarious competitive moments!

Our Policy
Quality has always been the upmost importance here at Urban Meadows Publishing, if quality wasn’t a priority, the PDFs would be free to download and print at home.
But we’ve always believed that an inferior printout at home cannot compare to holding physical cards in your hand.
As the company grows, we’re able to use higher quality products to deliver you the best possible experience, simple things such as using special packaging and switching from 80gsm to 100gsm rulebook printing can make a huge amount of impact.
This has been a huge learning experience for all of us here, and we hope to deliver you even greater products in the near future!

Thank you for all of your continued support!

Kind regards,

Harrison Hochkins
Director, Urban Meadows Publishing Ltd