So, yeah. Driving to an event, talking with 3 people. One of which didn't even want a card. Driving back home. Roughly two hours of time. TWO hours for possibly two people. So, kickstarter the business, successful kickstarter people's blogs, and the educational videos/live-casts that I've seen said that public events and showing it to people in person is where you get people who sign up for the newsletter, and a higher chance to gain "evanglists" of your project, but it doesn't seem time efficient to me.
Maybe they pressure people to give their email, like an aggressive used car salesman, and I have been kindly offering it to people.
Kk. Lots to do before I drive to Seattle and meet up with 3-15 more people at a D&D Adventurer's League.
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At what point does a good dragon actually come off as a bad dragon?
Like, what if they were objectively good, but SUPER creepy? A good dragon who treasures friends, honesty, and just loving his mortal friends/attachments that they can't bear to face their mortality. So they cast Imprisonment spell on them and keeps them like preserved jewels in their cave.