Eric Nostrum was just minding his own business, working in the Outfit’s warehouse drug lab, when a bunch of costumed freaks busted in. One of three workers charged with defending the lab in just such an event, Nostrum took a dose of an experimental combat drug designed to give anyone powers for a short time.
It’s time for spring cleaning, and part of that included updating the Nothing Ventured Games site with a new (and hopefully improved) design.
2017 marked my fifth year offering gaming products for sale via OneBookShelf (DriveThruRPG, DriveThruCards, etc.). In total, I sold 273 units (PDFs, POD cards and books) and had $304.41 is earnings. In both units sold and earnings collected, 2017 was my best year yet selling through these sites. I’ve included an interactive chart below that displays how many units of each product sold in each category of POD card decks, PDFs, Card+PDF bundles, and POD softcover book + PDF bundles.
Occasionally, an ettin will survive to a great age, and its heads will come to an uncomfortable final alliance. Their objective is to die, and they will rampage until a defense can be mounted against them. Such a creature is a terror to remote settlements, and even fortified castles have much to fear.
I’ve been a little behind on reporting my sales numbers lately. Overall, they’ve been performing much like the first quarter. June and July showed the highest earnings of the year to date. Rather than just provide a bunch of lists, here’s an interactive graph showing sales of each product as well as total earnings month by month. Enjoy!
For April 2017, I offered PDFs, POD books, and POD cards for sale through OneBookShelf: DriveThruRPG, RPGNow, DriveThruCards, etc. This was actually a fairly strong month. In total, I sold 22 units last month, but that included several card products and Fragments issues, bringing revenue up slightly for the month. My total earnings came to $27.74.
Whether it’s the Xavier School for the Gifted, the Justice League’s Watchtower, or the Fantastic Four’s Baxter Building, many superhero teams have a base to call home. These rules present a way to model such a base as a power theme using the system for super-powers from Venture City, available for free at faterpg.com or fate-srd.com.