So after having more than one run-in with people in the Kickstarter comments that just simply don't have time to do their research about the game, I realized... it's actually really HARD to do that research right now. Most of the information is scattered throughout a wide variety of videos. Around SEVEN HOURS of video between all 9 Wingman's Hangouts (Yup, 9, that's 5 during the Kickstarter and 4 prior to it!) and 3 Design Undergrounds!
This is not to mention the countless other places where our esteemed developers at Descendent have been giving out tons of information. No doubt Wingman and company are hard at work doing what they can to get big press, wow us with these awesome vids they've been putting out, and to sell us on the promise of this game the best that they can. I really don't expect them to have time to breathe, let alone try to categorize all of the information they are putting out. And yet somehow they still seem to have time to answer our questions in chat and on the forums. Honestly, I don't know how they do it.
It's been HARD to keep track of all of this. I know, because I've been keeping track of it! In fact, this weekend I had the idea to keep very, very good track of it. So I created The Unofficial Descent: Underground wiki!
There still is a lot of work to do on this wiki, but right now, the major talking points are there... currencies, microtransactions, single player, the Torch, game modes... pretty much anything that has been asked either already has an answer on the wiki, or the devs simply haven't answered it yet. All of it is sourced, so if you get that occasional potential backer that says "But the creators...!" you can point to where the creators actually said it.
My purpose of creating it this late in the Kickstarter was for the benefit of the final 48 hours. As you know, you can star a Kickstarter campaign, and with 48 hours to go, Kickstarter will remind you to check out the campaign. It is my hope that this wiki will help not only potential backers get their questions answered, but also help Wingman and company to have one resource they can easily point people to without having to create that resource with what little time they have.
Also, this is a wiki. If you see errors, fix em! If you want to add something, add it! In fact, on the talk page of the main page of the site, you will find a list of things that still need to be done. I don't believe they're critical for the campaign right now, but if someone wants to go knock something out, have at it, it would be much appreciated!
And now, on to $600,000... and beyond!