Just an idea for John to mull over, and a place for feedback on whether or not others think this is a good idea or not...
I was thinking that John is the master of making boxed sets and the DCC RPG is badly in need of a box to go with its regular-sized modules. (Not sure if the box should be large enough for the rulebook -- that's probably too big!)
My thinking is that BHP should make a special "DCC RPG" box, perhaps with Doug Kovacs art on the cover, and sell it along with a set of funky dice. (If not a full set, maybe only the unusual shapes. Most gamers have regular poly sets.)
This would be a different product from the "Appendix N Adventures" set, which is digest-sized.
What do you think?
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Post by amityvillemike on Aug 4, 2012 9:17:48 GMT -6
For what it's worth, I used my BHP box (with the Erol cover, natch) to haul my DCC rulebook and all my notes and pre-gens down to NTRPG this year. Everything fit in the box nicely and I even had room for my customizable judge's screen.