Day four of our Kickstarter campaign for a "Platinum Edition" of Skirmisher Publishing’s City Builder: A Guide to Designing Communities started off slowly but then had a spike of very promising activity late in the evening that unlocked our fourth Stretch Goal! Thanks to those who decided to back this project and take it to the next level. 

Our Kickstarter campaign for a "Platinum Edition" of Skirmisher Publishing’s City Builder: A Guide to Designing Communities has continued to progress steadily throughout its third day and allowed us to unlock our third Stretch Goal! Thanks to everyone who came on board with this project today and helped ensure that another entry can be included in this beautiful book.

We are pleased to report that late last night we unlocked the first of the Stretch Goals in this Kickstarter campaign for a "Platinum Edition" of Skirmisher Publishing’s City Builder: A Guide to Designing Communities and then unlocked the second one this afternoon! Thanks to everyone who has come on board with this project since it funded on its launch day and in doing so helped ensure that two fun elements will make this terrific book look even better and be even more useful. 

Thanks to everyone who backed Skirmisher Publishing’s Kickstarter campaign for a "Platinum Edition" of our popular and bestselling City Builder: A Guide to Designing Communities on the day it started! Thanks also to everyone who posted questions about the project or comments about why they were backing it — some of which pointed to the good use readers have gotten from this book since we originally began releasing it incrementally in 2008. 

Skirmisher Publishing is excited to announce the release of a premium free preview of the revised, expanded, and updated "Platinum Edition" of its popular and bestselling City Builder: A Guide to Designing Communities, for which it is currently running a Kickstarter campaign

Skirmisher Publishing is pleased to announce the release of “Thor and the Giant Skrymir,” a short story set in the Viking epic era! It describes a number of iconic episodes involving the Norse god of thunder, including a series of seemingly simple contests that he just cannot seem to win. 

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