December’s Sales

Late again, but if you’ve seen the last couple of posts, you’ll realize I was a little bit busy.

It will be interesting to see how the numbers change in the next few months. Not only will new products be released—which always gets the backlist going—SEP is moving to an exclusive agreement with One Book Shelf, the company that runs both RPG Now and Drive Thru RPG. Pretty soon, our products will only be found on those sites.

While changes are in store, December was pretty much as standard month. A little bit of product moved, but the money that SEP got once commissions and webhosting were paid, wasn’t even enough for a case of beer. Now that is sad.

December Sales
Albenistan: Election Day (Modern Dispatch 113) 1
Khorforjan Gambit 1
Qalashar Device 1
Raid On Ashkashem 1

Canada’s Combined Security Reconnaissance Section 1

Line Zero 1

All Time Sales
Albenistan
Albenistan: Election Day (Modern Dispatch 113)      26
Khorforjan Gambit      83
Qalashar Device      98
Raid On Ashkashem      136

Covert Forces
Canada’s Combined Security Reconnaissance Section: 73
Covert Forces      100
Covert Forces Redux      119
In Her Majesty’s Service      110

Modern Medieval
Gunpowder Plots      73
Man-At-Arms Advanced Class      36
Mercenary Advanced Class      39
Spy Advanced Class      34

Roles & Classes
Capable Hero      84
Combat Hero      83
Counter-Terrorism Assaulter      95
Covert Hero      92
Spec Ops Recce      93
Special Operations Marksman      93
Talent Trees Assembled      68

Treasure Chest Unlocked
Gems     66
Incense    7

Other
Cyber-state Avatar Toolkit      35
Line Zero      32
Relief Effort      45

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3 Responses to December’s Sales

  1. Stytch says:

    Not to poke you in the eye…
    but….

    Mundus Novit sales?

    ?none? Me thinks your Kung-fu is weak. I’m absolutely certain you sold at least one copy…(maybe its me that just got poked in the eye…was I the only one?)

    Can we expect to see a “collected” works of the Mundus Novit series?

  2. Stytch says:

    Ahhh…Just noticed:

    Perhaps because it was both a DQ games and SEP release it isn’t reported as SEP sales…

  3. Fraser says:

    You got it. Mundus Novit is from Dark Quest Games. It was work for hire for me. The SEP logo is on it because of my contract.

    I’m not privy to the sales figures, but from anecdotal information (it doesn’t appear AT ALL in their top 10 on either RPG Now or Drive Thru RPG), it ain’t doin’ well. It received no marketing, not even a release notice at EN World. There were some other issues with the product itself that the publisher did not care to correct when I brought it to his attention.

    Once I get my final cheque for that, I’ll be happy. I put a heck of a lot of work into Mundus Novit, and it seems it was cursed every step of the way.

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