January 07, 2024 4 min read
Well, hello again!
We’re in super-crunch mode right now, but we don’t want to skimp on the updates so we've got another one for ya!
We apologize for the delays on this, the replacement issues combined with the holiday break has definitely caused delivery to take longer than we’d planned.
We’ve confirmed that all the replacement tiles and cards have arrived at their warehouses.
Here are the latest delivery updates based on what our fulfillment centers have told us:
US - Our window for delivery is scheduled for the week of January 15th.
CA - All Wave 1 orders have been fulfilled.
EU - We're still waiting on the official shipping date but everything is at the warehouse. Shipping should start very soon.
AUS - Fulfillment should begin this week (the week of January 8).
Asia - Delivery dates here vary. You can find fulfillment dates here. Just CTRL + F Middara and you’ll see it in the list.
What is the 1.2 Update Pack?
A reprint of every card in Middara : Unintentional Malum - Act 1 in its newest form.
Do I need the 1.2 Update Pack?
If you have Middara 1.0 or 1.1 and you prefer to have the newest, most up to date cards (that include all errata) when playing, the 1.2 Update Pack will give you that experience.
Otherwise, you can ignore the 1.2 Update Pack.
Does Middara 1.0 and 1.1 work with Core Expansions such as Act 2 and 3?
Middara: Unintentional Malum - Acts 2 + 3 come with all the newest cards required to play those products, regardless of what version of Middara you have.
So I can play Acts 2 + 3 even if I don’t have the 1.2 Update Pack?
Then what the hell do I need the 1.2 Update Pack for?
You will need either Middara: Unintentional Malum Act 2 + 3 or the 1.2 Update Pack to use the following products.
Products with these requirements will say so on their corresponding product pages when they are released.
Pretty sure everyone knows this by now, but our webstore is now open with everything from Wave 1 being sold.
Currently no Wave 1 items purchased from the webstore will be shipped out until the Kickstarter is fulfilled.
Wave 1 means:
We’re estimating that orders purchased from the webstore will ship sometime between January 20th - 31st.
We have three hubs that are warehousing products for us.
Middara is heavy, but this means that if you are ordering anything from these regions, your shipping should be pretty affordable.
Products Warehoused in the US Only
We do have a handful of products that are warehoused only in the US, so shipping will be more costly when ordering these items from outside the US.
“Out Of Stock” Items
The Rulebook, the 1.2 Update Pack, 5x6 Sleeves, and Playmats (set of 6) are all listed as “sold out” or “coming soon” on the webstore.
We have a more limited quantity of these items so we are waiting for the Kickstarter to be fulfilled so we can get an accurate inventory count before we put them up for sale on the store.
We’re hoping to have these back up on the store within that Jan 20th - 31st window.
Right now we’re just wrapping up game design, and will likely be finished by the end of next week.
All we’ve got left is a handful of cards, and 2 Encounters.
Then we move on to the last roughly 10% of this progress calculator which includes:
We’re at the stage now where every product on this campaign is essentially done and, if we didn’t care about playtesting, could be packaged and submitted for print by the end of this month.
Everything would be 90% great and 10% kind of wonky, and that’s why we playtest.
We will be putting every product up for playtesting on Tabletop Simulator for our testers to give us feedback on.
This is a ton of content! And to keep things running efficiently, we’ll be sharing a list of the most crucial Encounters and rules that we will need help testing.
As we start transitioning into playtesting mode in the coming weeks, we’d like to start using future updates to showcase:
That’s all we’ve got for today! Thanks for checking our updates and continuing to tolerate our shenanigans!!
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