Because the next legions we are waiting for is expected to be far more likely to actually becoming a real game than overdrive, I think we need to take a more serious approach towards increasing our player base. We simply cannot expect to continue onto project Z with the same limited community we currently have if we ever expect for legions to effectively grow into the FPS+Z behemoth we all dream it to be. Although we have a lot of knowledge about this game, we also have biases and obsolete views we personally hold that effect how we think legions should be. Without a doubt our opinions are likely to be more valuable than others on certain topics, but that will never realistically amount to how much more the game will benefit from more perspectives and even more volunteers. I hope that once Z is able to get on it's feet at least for us to play, that there would be some artwork completed for it to be advertised on other sites. And if there were a way to even let the community know how much $ would equal an advertisement on a website or two, it would make the donating process a bit more appealing. I have too much love for this game to allow it's future potential growth to remain in the hands of a community that is undefined in activity and number (no offense guise i love you too), and advertising is the best surefire way to make sure the game is consistently being smacked in random people's faces. Even for me, the first time I was ever exposed to what legions was, was through a random legions advertisement on some random webpage; and I would have never expected to have become as invested in this game as I am now. Overall, I'm sure advertisement-focused donations would be the best incentive for our own players to want to donate especially because we all want our player base to grow (and ideally for those new players to donate themselves and continue the process of growth). I really hope this is an area where you guys have expected to put some effort towards at least eventually, because this game honestly deserves to have more man power in both testing and developing for the potential it has. Whatchuthink bugs?