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If you have no idea what I'm talking about refer to my last post.

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/article/6535678#6535678

I could actually cut costs to about... $0 since the entire book/books will be in pdf form as well. But do people like playing an RPG around a table using a laptop for reference rather than a nice fat thick full color book?

I could also cut costs by having the game rules/component descriptions in pdf while leaving the main map/quest book in printed form still.

I figure without the cards and producing a printed book it would cost me 100-150$ which I would have to sell for 150-200$ still kinda a lot.
 
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Most of my players ride with laptops when we play for reference.

Me personally, I crack open a rule book about once in every 3 or 4 sessions. Harnmaster is pretty streamlined. All I need is a beer my handy dandy combat card (laminated of course) 2d10's and 4d6's and I am all set.
 
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