We’re proud to announce that, thanks to your support, inspiration, dedication, and patience, we have completed the final version of the Adventurer Conqueror King System!
Q: What’s available now?
Q: How do I get it?
Q: Probably! The PDF available now for sale and at the contributor area has some important improvements. The version dated 1/31/12 is the first to have an updated list of backers, a special thank you and acknowledgment of our inspirations, and teasers for some of Autarch’s forthcoming collaborations that you may find interesting.
Q: I’m a backer at the Conqueror level or above, when will I get my hardback?
A: ACKS iscontinuing a great tradition of RPGs printed in the USA by McNaughton & Gunn of Saline, MI. We’re expecting them to ship books to Game Salute in time for backers and pre-orders to have their hardbacks and softcovers for the next convention we’ll be at, Gary Con IV.
Q: When can my friends who weren’t backers get print copies?
Game Salute’s Preview Nights program will let stores get the hardcover + PDF bundle of ACKS a week after Kickstarter backers. Visit our forums if you want to find or create a Preview Night near you.
Q: What about the Domains at War bonus reward?
A: The current draft can be downloaded in the contributor area at autarch.co. Backers of the Adventurer Conqueror King Kickstarter will get a free copy of the complete illustrated PDF before anyone else. We expect that Domains at War will take substantially less than the six months it took to finish our first ACKS book.
Q: Is the zero edition Gen Con pre-print still available?
A: No, only about a hundred copies were produced and they are now all in the hands of Adventurer Conqueror King’s Kings of Kings, Visionaries, Legends, God-Emperors, Patron Deities, and creators.
Q: Why are you partnering with Game Salute and Bits and Mortar?
A: Game Salute’s experience fulfilling Kickstarters for other innovative game companies will help us treat you right. And because we believe in supporting local gaming stores, Game Salute’s retailer programs make it possible for us to work to ensure there will be people for you to play ACKS with in many more parts of the world.
Bits and Mortar lets us work together with brick and mortar stores to help bring together the two halves of the ACKS system, the electronic resources and the books we hope will see hard use at your gaming group’s table.
Q: Can I write a review of Adventurer Conqueror King?
A: Yes, please share your impressions of the game! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to give us feedback in private, need images for a blog post, etc.
Q: What’s next?
Thanks again for making this possible! It’s been a blast, and we’re just getting rolling.