Monthly Sales for February 2012

Well now, things certainly have slowed down now, haven’t they? Given that I don’t anticipate having any new products coming out in the near future, the trajectory for sales is likely a continued downward trend that will level out somewhere around beer money. I can live with that. Sword Noir has made back 87% of its investment, and Kiss My Axe has made back 33%, a third of the way to profitability. I can live with these numbers. They indicate that at some point these products will be profitable.

Not everything is.

Total Sales for February 2012
Arcane Kingdoms
Arcane Kingdoms, 1
Gifts of the Elder Gods, 1

Covert Forces
Canada’s Combined Security Reconnaissance Section, 1
Covert Forces Redux, 1

Sword’s Edge System
Crossing the Millers, 12
Kiss My Axe, 17
Suffer the Witch, 15
Sword’s Edge System, Free Rules, 46
Sword Noir, 20
The Kheufer Scrolls, 11

Other
Operation Nearscape, Free Product, 3

Total Sales to Date
Albenistan
Albenistan: Election Day (Modern Dispatch 113): 30
Khorforjan Gambit: 100
Qalashar Device: 113
Raid On Ashkashem: 154

Arcane Kingdoms
Arcane Kingdoms: 36
Gifts of the Elder Gods: 32
For Simple Coin: 54

Charity Products
Relief Effort: 55

Covert Forces
Canada’s Combined Security Reconnaissance Section: 92
Covert Forces: 100
Covert Forces Redux: 149
In Her Majesty’s Service: 129

Other
Cyber-state Avatar Toolkit: 35
Line Zero: 32
Operation Nearscape, Free Product, 277

Sword’s Edge System
Crossing the Millers, 78
Kiss My Axe, 106
Suffer the Witch, 53
Sword’s Edge System, Free Rules 896
Sword Noir 310
The Kheufer Scrolls, 122

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2 Responses to Monthly Sales for February 2012

  1. Runjikol says:

    I guess your Mundus Novit doesn’t come under the Sword’s Edge banner? I bought a copy and was hoping to see it in your totals. 🙂

  2. Fraser says:

    No, I sold MUNDUS NOVIT to Dark Quest Games. Only half of it ever got published, though I thankfully got paid for the whole thing. It hit at a very unfortunate time, when the interest in d20 was almost gone and d20 Modern was nowhere on anyone’s radar. It also suffered from delays, so attempts to draw interest to it (here and elsewhere) kind of fell flat.

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