Posted By Billiam Babble on 8th April 2016
This post is very overdue. We’ve received news from Brave Adventures, who led the charity bundle mentioned in the previous post, and wanted to share the figures. We ‘d like to say a big double big thank you to all those who donated by buying, or just sharing the link to, the Dice For Hope bundle, set up to help refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria. Sales from the product bundle mean that $1781 USD * has been donated to CARE ; and the Canadian government will be doubling that by matching the amount dollar for dollar. *( £1245 GBP and $2399 CAD )
The generosity of gamers for what is a effectively a pile of electronic art files is something to behold in these horribly strange and interesting times. Thank you. You guys rule!
On a similar note, on the DriveThru/Onebookshelf sites, our main store pages, Inked Adventures will redirecting profit royalties from most of the main products to the charity Doctors Without Borders (MSF). This is a temporary move whilst our main artist, Billiam Babble, after taking advice, “simplifies his accounts” -for personal reasons (okay, that’s a sort of joke, based in a sort of reality …). We are just as shocked as you at this sudden, anti-capitalist, almost, uncharacteristically, philanthropic move, and must assure followers and loyal customers that he will return to his usual wicked ways at a later date. With the exception of products where the royalty profits already go to other artists, the product pages on the OneBookshelf sites (DriveThruRPG, RPGNow, Wargame Vault) will have been amended to state whether or not a product’s profits will be going to Doctors Without Borders (and/or other charities). We’ve been having a little trouble with the royalties tools, and updating all of the descriptions, but at least now you know what our intentions are.
Our store on DriveThruRPG.
Thanks for reading. May your dungeons continue to be beautiful!
Posted By Billiam Babble on 2nd February 2016
$20 (USD) for $110+ in printable accessories.
(Hosted by Brave Adventures.)
Profits will go to CARE with the intention of aiding refugees fleeing the Syrian civil war.
Posted By Billiam Babble on 23rd January 2016
The Circular Rooms and Tower Levels set contains a selection of hand drawn, round chambers at different widths, with stairs and scenery counters. Compatible with Inked Adventures dungeon sections and tiles.
Now available to buy on DriveThruRPG, RPGNow and WargameVault.
Reduced price: $4.25 (US dollars, normal price $6) / £3 gbp appx.
Click here to download the free guide with illustrations (PDF 1.5 mb)
Posted By Billiam Babble on 17th January 2016
Leafy Dungeon Entrance Printable 6×6 Tile is free to download on DriveThruRPG: http://bit.ly/LeafyDungeon
Alternatively, download the PDF from right here:
A4 Page Format (2MB PDF)
Letter Page Format (US) (2MB PDF)
Posted By Billiam Babble on 11th November 2015
Inked Adventures Map&Dice Playing Cards
Was $12Now $6.50 USD plus shipping
when using the voucher code below.
Inked Adventures is based in the UK and our Map & Dice Playing Cards are printed in the US. This is because DriveThruCards provide a print-on-demand and web store service of which there is no equivalent in the UK. However, our UK, Europe and international customers are sometimes reluctant to purchase due to the high cost of shipping. In the case of the UK the $12 usd cards cost $11.20 to post, that’s $23.20 or £15.25 in Her Royal Sterling. The prices DTRPG/RPGNow/DTCards charge for postage are standardised and there is almost no work around for us as a the small publisher. However, by massively reducing the price of the cards for everyone for a limited period (until January 11th 2016), we’re hoping that this will make our playing cards more palatable to customers outside of the US. In the case of the UK customer the total order for one pack will now will be $6.50+$11.20=$17.70 or £11.65. Still, not the cheapest price for a novelty roleplaying accessory, but this reduction is close to the wholesale publisher price which we use to sell to stall vendors (i.e. it’s pretty much as low as we can go). Of course this will mean our US cousins will be able to get them even cheaper, but hey, we probably have to them to thank for inventing money-off vouchers in the first place. We really want to share these babies with the world, because, let’s face it, sometimes mass cult-like status can be way more satisfying than money. We’re also hoping that if customers order now they may still be in time to receive the cards before Christmas.
For DriveThruRPG the download code is:
http://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse.php?discount=97dde8b145 or http://bit.ly/cheapmapcards
The link code will place the playing cards product in the respective sites shopping basket (then proceed to checkout).
Plastic deck boxes are available to purchase with the playing cards, but you can also print your own box with this free download:
IA_PlayingCardsBox_A4_minimal (PDF, A4 size, print at 100% scale)
Product Page on DTRPG: Inked Adventures Map&Dice Playing Cards