Over the years I have found that our hobby has grown from a hobby to a number of services. Once we simply designed rules and then published them as we could find no one to publish our rules. The rules were very good but even good rules find it hard to find a publisher. Once I recall trying to entice a vendor to carry our rules at a Historicon. We had put on several very successful games and gave a way a few sets of rules which we had just published. I think it was Knight Hack First Edition. Today they would be very crude when compared to current standards. But that was a different time and with time our rule books have really improved. In design and quality, not to mention historical accuracy. None the less, as I was being shown the door, this young lady comes running up and started raving about our rules and how much fun she had playing them. The vendor was her father! Well later this vendor did carry our rules and even put an ad in one of them, at a later convention. Service? We do rules from cover to lay and then to publication and carried through our distributor network.
Here is my break down of what we do as a service.
Ok what about pricing for a service?