It’s called The Shelf File of Holding…for now. The final name has yet to be decided, actually. So far we posted over a dozen potential names for this thing, but we haven’t decided what to call it. In fact, we won’t—YOU will. That’s right, at the end of the campaign, we’ll be running a poll allowing the backers of the Kickstarter to vote on their favorite name for the release, and the winner will become the official name!
But you have to be a part of the campaign to have a vote, and the Kickstarter is coming to an end this week, which means you have to act fast to be a part of the process and get this fantastic organizer at the best price.
No matter what name it ends up with, this Kickstarter funds a custom-printed shelf file designed for holding adventure modules, hardcover RPG books, and boxed sets. And this gorgeous container features four exterior panels with new hand-painted art by Doug Kovacs!
The shelf file has a 3” wide spine, which is thick enough to fit two big hardbacks, about 25 “skinny modules,” or one to two RPG boxed sets—and it also fits board games that are in letter-sized dimensions. It comes with preprinted spine labels you can use to identify the contents.
In other words, it’s amazingly useful! And the perfect way to keep your games organized on the shelf. Hence the name! …or lack thereof.
We’ve hit another stretch goal today! How many we finish with depends on you!