With about three days of funding to go, I'm hoping a massive surge of support will see the campaign to produce a second edition of Aaron Allston's Strike Force gaming supplement hits its $40,000 stretch goal, allowing the book to published in hardback.
It's already coming out in full-colour, having passed its $30,000 stretch goal, but such an important tome really deserves the hardback treatment.
Steven S Long, of Hero Games, calls Strike Force: "One of the most important overall supplements in the history of roleplaying games."
Check out the book's Kickstarter page to learn more about its history and plans for the expanded new edition. This isn't just an essential guidebook for those running superhero RPGs, but a 'must own' for anyone enthralled by the idea of running long-term campaigns, whatever the genre.
Well-known game writer, and contributor to the second edition, Sean Patrick Fannon talks about Strike Force on the following nine-and-a-half minute episode of the Relic Hunt podcast:
If you have an hour to spare, the Bamf Podcast (below) has an interview with some of the creators involved in the production of the book, who share their own impressions of why Strike Force is such a key document for gaming fans.