Comment by Dean B on December 8, 2012 at 8:43pm
Hi, Jonathan. I saw your project on Kickstarter a few days ago. It looks like a cool project - I especially like the setting. However, it is a shame that all the incentives are only available to US residents. This really limits your audience and will undoubtedly make reaching your goal a bigger challenge. I hope you get there. Good luck! From a disgruntled Englishman :)
Comment by Jonathan Franks on December 8, 2012 at 8:49pm

Thanks did you check out our faq page. It reads- We are more than happy to take international backers, however we've only budgeted for domestic shipping. Therefore, if you are willing to cover the difference in shipping to your international locale we are more than happy to accommodate you! Just shoot us a message to let us know where you're located and what reward level you will be at, and we will let you know the difference in shipping costs to get you your rewards!

Comment by Dean B on December 8, 2012 at 9:02pm

Ah, my apologies. Once I saw the 'Ships within the US only' I didn't scroll any further down the page. Is there any way to move the FAQ (or a similar memo regarding international shipping) to nearer the top of the page so other potential backers don't make the same mistake as I did? I shall have another look at your incentives and tally my gold :)

Comment by Jonathan Franks on December 8, 2012 at 9:07pm

That's a good Idea, Thanks!

Comment by Jonathan Franks on December 8, 2012 at 9:21pm

And yes, tally that gold. Haha. Thanks

Comment by Dean B on December 24, 2012 at 9:32pm

Congratulations on getting funded!

Could you possibly tell me how much shipping to the UK is for the $25 pledge? I meant to pledge before but when I clicked proceed, a big red banner popped up saying "WARNING! YOU ARE NOT IN THE US. TURN BACK NOW. WARNING!" Or something similar.

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