Bexim's Bazaar is creating The Gaming Crafter's Magazine
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patrons

My name is DM Jim, and I'm the host of The Tabletop Engineer YouTube Channel. I create content for gamers that includes terrain, props, and more. And now, I'd like to offer up Bexim's Bazaar -- a monthly magazine dedicated to gaming crafters. Subscribers will receive the next released issue of Bexim's Bazaar after they become Patrons; each new issue releases on the 1st of the month. Back issues can be purchased on DriveThruRPG.com.
Tiers
Bexim's Bazaar Shopper
$2 or more per month
At this level, Shoppers will receive the following:


* A PDF version of the magazine on the 1st of each month. Back issues will be available to purchase on DriveThruRPG

* Shoppers can choose to have their names listed in the magazine each month as Bexim's Bazaar Shoppers. (This is not required.)

Bexim's Bazaar Merchant
$10 or more per month
At this level, Merchants will receive the following:


* A PDF version of the magazine on the 1st of each month. Back issues will be available to purchase on DriveThruRPG

* Merchants can choose to have their names listed in the magazine each month as Bexim's Bazaar Merchants. (This is not required.)

* Merchants may submit one magic item card idea per year to be considered for inclusion in the Growder's Tent section of the magazine. DM Jim will work with Merchants to fine-tune their magic item image and text. Merchant name will be listed as the creator of the magic item beneath the card.

* Merchants will gain access to a private video each month on Patreon where we will discuss future ideas for the magazine.

* Merchants will be mailed a set of ten (10) custom laminated bookmarks and a hand-crafted Mini Mini Display (from The Tabletop Engineer YouTube episode 87) after six months of continued support at the Merchant level.

Goals
443 of 1000 patrons
On December 31, 2019, I will decide whether to continue producing Bexim's Bazaar or retire it. My financial goals with the magazine aren't grand, but I have agreed to three goals for 2019 that includes reaching 1000+ subscribers, generating at least $24k per year, and to pay myself a small salary and have enough left over to cover taxes and pay contributors for their content. 1000 contributors divided by 12 months = 83 subscribers per month. I can totally do this, but will need your help. If the magazine is enjoyable to you, please continue to subscribe - thanks!
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My name is DM Jim, and I'm the host of The Tabletop Engineer YouTube Channel. I create content for gamers that includes terrain, props, and more. And now, I'd like to offer up Bexim's Bazaar -- a monthly magazine dedicated to gaming crafters. Subscribers will receive the next released issue of Bexim's Bazaar after they become Patrons; each new issue releases on the 1st of the month. Back issues can be purchased on DriveThruRPG.com.

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Tiers
Bexim's Bazaar Shopper
$2 or more per month
At this level, Shoppers will receive the following:


* A PDF version of the magazine on the 1st of each month. Back issues will be available to purchase on DriveThruRPG

* Shoppers can choose to have their names listed in the magazine each month as Bexim's Bazaar Shoppers. (This is not required.)

Bexim's Bazaar Merchant
$10 or more per month
At this level, Merchants will receive the following:


* A PDF version of the magazine on the 1st of each month. Back issues will be available to purchase on DriveThruRPG

* Merchants can choose to have their names listed in the magazine each month as Bexim's Bazaar Merchants. (This is not required.)

* Merchants may submit one magic item card idea per year to be considered for inclusion in the Growder's Tent section of the magazine. DM Jim will work with Merchants to fine-tune their magic item image and text. Merchant name will be listed as the creator of the magic item beneath the card.

* Merchants will gain access to a private video each month on Patreon where we will discuss future ideas for the magazine.

* Merchants will be mailed a set of ten (10) custom laminated bookmarks and a hand-crafted Mini Mini Display (from The Tabletop Engineer YouTube episode 87) after six months of continued support at the Merchant level.