Spellbook Kickstarter

As some of you may already know, we're currently working to get a Kickstarter project online somewhere in August. 

Edit: pre-launch Kickstarter link available, launch planned for August 14th! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/speechlessbard/caster-compendium

Link to video of the latest prototype on the bottom of this page!

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The Caster Compendium

While the working title has been the Spellbook, one of our Patreon members coined the name "Caster Compendium", and we think we'll stick to that name as it sounds awesome (thank you Ben/ZaionSolaris!).

The Caster Compendium is a small booklet meant to hold up to 50 of the official WotC Spellbook cards (D&D 5E), or alternatively two sets of dice. On the inside of the cover there is an integrated magnetic spell slot tracker, with the magnets satisfyingly snapping to the circles denoting the number of slots you have left per spell level.

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It is bound in hand-stitched leather and our illustrator Noor is working hard to make multiple designs to choose from to engrave on the cover & spine! Initially we'll have designs for each of the 12 classic D&D classes available, though we have some ideas for extra additions.

Another optional add-on are the extra tracker dials, these go from 0 to 20 (or 39 depending how you read it) so you can track whichever stat you prefer; Hit Dice, Sorcery Points, Ki Points, remaining rounds of concentration, spell duration, you name it! These dials handily snap to magnets above the spell slot tracker during play, and can be stored when the Caster Compendium is not in use by connecting with magnets in the spine. There is enough room for two trackers per booklet!

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The Kickstarter project

At the moment we're aiming to launch on August 14th, but we're relatively flexible about that; what's most important is that we get the quality to the maximum level before we launch. We'll announce the launch on this website, as well as on our Twitter, Instagram & Facebook feeds and the Reddit D&D page (/r/DnD, keep a lookout for our older account /u/Lefty-Games).

 

Latest prototype

A video demonstrating our latest prototype.