All stuff on my site comes absolutely free of any charge (including troubleshooting). It’s a work of love for me, so I didn’t even count the hours and efforts I put into all the various projects, but I’m more than OK with that. It’s fun and a great way to follow my hobby even when there’s no one around to actually play a game.
I won’t ever start selling any of my stuff, not only because of legal issues, but because I like sharing it for free. And all your nice and enthusiastic feedback proves that I’m right doing so. Nevertheless, every now and then somebody bothers me about the possibility to pay me for my efforts. As you can imagine, I don’t get cardstock, ink, games or webspace for free, and therefore your willingness to help me out is much appreciated. Here’s the deal:
You click the link above and donate me any amount of your choice via PayPal. I’ve added a donation goal(*) to give a better impression of how I’m going to use your money for the benefit of this site. Furthermore, every contributor gets a bunch of print sheets with named tournament boxes for X-Wing as a token of my gratitude.
I’m not greedy, you’ll get the bronze version for every amount up to 10$, silver for donations up to 20$ and gold for donations over 20$. And of course each PDF will include all three factions as well as a generic one (the latter in multiple sizes) and each sheet will feature a name of your choice instead of “Sir Willibald”.
“No, that’s not fair, I don’t even play X-Wing!” Well, then hurry to your FLGS and change that! Joking aside, I don’t know if this idea will get any resonance at all, if so I’ll sure come up with something different in addition! Just drop me a note.
Thanks in advance and happy crafting and gaming,
(*) Thanks to your support so far I was able to collect the money for the pen tablet, but unfortunately my desktop monitor gave in… Therefore I had to use the money otherwise, namely for buying a new monitor (and the Imperial Raider from X-Wing, a few bucks were left). And upon visiting the computer store looking for a monitor I was allowed to test a state-of-the art PC and since it was vastly more powerful and faster than my old one, I decided that upgrading my PC would be an even better idea than the pen tablet. THis one will have to wait a bit longer.