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Started by Paul Czege, August 03, 2005, 03:55:50 PM
QuoteSo I thought about that a lot. And realized it wasn't my dream. It was this publisher's dream. And he's a great guy. One who loves My Life with Master. But I didn't share the dream. My dream was to change the roleplaying hobby. To wake it up. It wasn't producing games that met my needs as a gamer, and I didn't think I was alone. So, I realized I didn't need My Life with Master to be in stores. I needed it to influence other designers. So I declined the publishing offer.
QuoteOur "average" product these days has a cost of goods sold that allows us a 450% mark up over manufacturing cost when selling the title at a 60% discount.
Quote from: MatrixGamer on August 04, 2005, 11:54:39 AMSo I guess I asking you all to think not just about "Changing the hobby" but to try and enjoy the process of doing business.So why sell to stores? Because it's fun. You meet new people. You get to learn stuff you would not learn any other way. It is personally impowering to do business well.