Last month, we laid out our goals for how the Guild Ball community project would proceed and the committees that we planned to form to accomplish those goals.
We asked anyone interested in taking part in the Guild Ball community project to submit a form with some information about themselves so that we could choose the best candidates for each committee. We had an amazing response - over seventy people! After deliberation, the Guild Ball community project committees are as follows:
The people listed below were the initial committee members at the time of writing. The GBCP is a living group, so some committee memberships may have changed.
The communications committee is responsible for community engagement and official project communications. They will also be responsible for translating the text of official communications, cards, and rules into various world languages.
The organized play committee is responsible for establishing and maintaining rules for organized play, including rules for proxy models. They will organize major events and coordinate a championship series with local event organizers.
The creative committee is responsible for artwork, graphic design, miniature sculpting, and lore. This will include creative elements of prize support and card updates as well as the art direction for any new models or guilds that may be added to the game in the future.
The rules committee is responsible for patches and updates to the core rules, models, and gameplan cards. They will also be responsible for the development and playtesting of new models or guilds that may be added to the game in the future.
The business committee is responsible for the financial and legal stability of the community project. They also serve as our point of contact with Steamforged Games and all issues relating to intellectuall property.
We want to thank all of you who applied. Many of you were excellent candidates, which made it difficult to choose the best people for each committee. Rest assured that there will be opportunities to get involved in the future if you weren't selected as a committee member.
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