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Thursday, July 23, 2009

[Consumerism] Doing My Part!-

Recent eBay acquisitions:

* Boxed Set: Holmes + 2nd Edition B1 + Old School Pre-Inked Dice (w00t!)
* (additional) Holmes Silver Anniversary Booklet
* (additional) 2nd Edition B1
* Gamma World 1st Edition, 2nd Printing (not very good shape), with Map
* Dungeoneer's Survival Guide (Pristine) {$5!}
* Wilderness Survival Guide (Immaculate) {$5!}
* Koplow Colour-faced d6's (6-count + 1 blank die) --for R'Tshen Skirmish/Tactical game-use.

--Still waiting for:

* Dungeon Master's Guide (1st Edition earlyish printing)

Direct Purchase from Sanguine Productions Ltd.:

* Albedo Twentieth Anniversary Edition Albedo Platinum Catalyst
* Structural Integrity (a freebie for their taking a LONG time to fulfil the order, I suppose).

From the Davie, Fl. War & Pieces (brick & mortar store):

* AT-43 TACTICS: Tactical 'RPG'
* AT-43 Rules (in SO's possession)
* AT-43 Karmans Army Book (SO's chosen faction)

--Soon to pick-up:

* AT-43 UNA Wing Troopers
* AT-43 Red Bloc (cannot remember which, but 8 figures)
* AT-43 Karmans (cannot remember which, but 4 figures) for SO.

And that ought to leave me with about $10 for the rest of the month.
--> whistling softly while looking around the room <


  1. Quite an, um, eclectic set of purchases. :P

    Speaking of AT-43, are you aware that has some seriously deep discounts on all there AT-43 stock? (I don't play the game, but if I had the free cash, I'd be snapping this stuff up myself. I especially like the look of some of the Red Blok models.)

  2. Damn, TS... and here I thought *I* spent too much money on this stuff. I suppose this will justify a few more purchases this month on my end. Got to keep up with the blogging Joneses, after all.

  3. Jiminy crickets, that is quite a haul. I had bought quite a few old D&D books from ebay, but realized that the quality was a bit lacking, although some of the freebies that people tossed in were remarkable. A bit of a mixed bag.

  4. @Christopher: Thanks for the tip!

    @Ryan: Hee-hee! :D

    @bat: Yeah, well, the Gamma World seller refunded me about $15 for the faulty description of the condition, so that is nice. :)