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The RPG Research Patreon Individual Rewards

by Hawke Robinson published Dec 21, 2016 08:50 PM, last modified Dec 21, 2016 08:52 PM
Here is a list of the RPG Research Project Patreon Supporter Individual Rewards.

 

$1-4. Gallant (1st Level Paladin). Basic. Patron-only access. Receive access to Patron-only content. Thank you for your support to help further the goals of the Wheelchair Friendly RPG Trailer and the RPG Research Project Community!

 

$5+. Adept (2nd Level Cleric) - Advanced.
Patrons at this level will receive access to recorded/written Patron-only content 1 week before it available to the public.

 

$10+. Conjurer (3rd Level Magic-User). Expert. 
Exclusive access to listen/watch/read live broadcasts/updates about the latest RPG Research information.
Receive an exclusive access link to listen/view LIVE monthly RPG Research broadcasts 2 weeks before the public listens/views the recordings.

 

 

$25. Hero (4th level Fighter). Companion. (Limit=8).
Exclusive access to participate in the live broadcast/hangouts directly!

 

$50. Disciple (5th Level Monk). Master. (Limit = 4)
Join in one scheduled 4 hour Tabletop RPG (online) session per month! 
With GM Hawke Robinson (or one of the select elite, specially trained, certified, veteran, RPG Therapeutics Game Masters), participation would be with other Patrons at this subscription level.

 

 

$100. Initiate of the 4th Circle (6th Level Druid). Immortal. (Limit = 5)
Join in weekly 4 hour (online) tabletop RPG sessions!
With GM Hawke Robinson (or one of the select elite, specially trained, certified, veteran, RPG Research / RPG Therapeutics Game Masters), participation would be with other Patrons at this subscription level.

 

$200. Champion (7th Level Fighter). Deities & Demigods. (Limit = 5)
RPG Training directly provided by Hawke Robinson. join a once per month group (in person or via online tools) for 1 to 2 hours of training in role-playing gaming formats (tabletop, live-action, computer-based, and solo), techniques and tricks, as players and game masters, including factors to consider for creating program plans providing games for people with special needs including Autism Spectrum (ASD/PDD/ADHD), social phobias, brain injury recovery, at-risk youth, and other populations.

 

 

 

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