John Harper

John Harper

is creating Tabletop Games

337

patrons

$2,253

per game, graphic, or guide
My name is John Harper, and I make tabletop games — mainly low-prep, quick-play, easy-to-learn roleplaying games.

I’m probably best known for my award-winning games: Blades in the Dark and Lady Blackbird, and for the graphic design of the Fiasco rpg. You can see a selection of my other games at my website. I’m also one of the co-founders of Go Play Northwest, an annual tabletop game event in Seattle.

    
(Some games in the pipeline)
I release my games under a Creative Commons license that lets other people remix, expand and release their own games based on mine. Your patronage will allow me to devote a lot more of my time and effort to produce more games.

Thanks so much for your support!
Tiers
Early Access
$5 or more per game, graphic, or guide

Early access to my PDF game releases. Your name will be added to the Patrons section in my games. Thanks for your support!

Print Collections
$10 or more per game, graphic, or guide

All the benefits of Early Access, plus, when I do a print collection of my games, you'll get access to the book at cost.

Hacker
$20 or more per game, graphic, or guide

You get the first two rewards (above) and you also get access to my original files for my projects. Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, whatever. You have my permission to hack and remix these assets to use in your own projects. Also, I'll help you promote your hack on twitter, G+, etc.

Super Patron
$50 or more per game, graphic, or guide

Wow, you're awesome. You get all the rewards. Plus, I'll talk to you about what I'm thinking about working on next and I'll take your suggestions and preferences very seriously! You'll be part of the creative process.

Mega Patron
$100 or more per game, graphic, or guide

This is here because some of you asked for it. Seriously, wow. You get all the rewards. Plus, I'll dedicate my projects to you. You are amazing.

Goals
$2,250 – reached! per game, graphic, or guide
If we hit this milestone, I'll periodically collect my small games into a nicely-designed print format and make them available as POD products from DriveThruRPG.
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My name is John Harper, and I make tabletop games — mainly low-prep, quick-play, easy-to-learn roleplaying games.

I’m probably best known for my award-winning games: Blades in the Dark and Lady Blackbird, and for the graphic design of the Fiasco rpg. You can see a selection of my other games at my website. I’m also one of the co-founders of Go Play Northwest, an annual tabletop game event in Seattle.

    
(Some games in the pipeline)
I release my games under a Creative Commons license that lets other people remix, expand and release their own games based on mine. Your patronage will allow me to devote a lot more of my time and effort to produce more games.

Thanks so much for your support!

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Tiers
Early Access
$5 or more per game, graphic, or guide

Early access to my PDF game releases. Your name will be added to the Patrons section in my games. Thanks for your support!

Print Collections
$10 or more per game, graphic, or guide

All the benefits of Early Access, plus, when I do a print collection of my games, you'll get access to the book at cost.

Hacker
$20 or more per game, graphic, or guide

You get the first two rewards (above) and you also get access to my original files for my projects. Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, whatever. You have my permission to hack and remix these assets to use in your own projects. Also, I'll help you promote your hack on twitter, G+, etc.

Super Patron
$50 or more per game, graphic, or guide

Wow, you're awesome. You get all the rewards. Plus, I'll talk to you about what I'm thinking about working on next and I'll take your suggestions and preferences very seriously! You'll be part of the creative process.

Mega Patron
$100 or more per game, graphic, or guide

This is here because some of you asked for it. Seriously, wow. You get all the rewards. Plus, I'll dedicate my projects to you. You are amazing.