Cleaning Out the Bookcase: RPG Books: Everything Else
All righty, folks, as in the previous post, I'm getting rid of all my old gaming books, free to good homes. While that post dealt with White Wolf materials, this has Everything Else: Fading Suns, Legend of the Five Rings, Deadlands, and Dungeons and Dragons 3.0.
Same rules apply as in the previous post:
- Everything unclaimed by Monday, 1 February 2010, goes to norsebiker43.
- Comments are initially screened.
- The books are leaving my house Monday 1 February 2010, period-space-the-end. Priority Mail, Media Mail, your doorstep, whatever it takes.
- I abhor PayPal, but I'll take it if I must through countgeiger. I want nothing for the books; you only pay postage.
- All decisions are by My Imperial Fiat, yet also subject to My Divine Whimsy.
- If I accidentally borrowed a listed book from you, and you want it back, I will send it immediately: my cost, my apologies, the only questions asked are those that trigger my faulty memory.
Okay? Let's go!
Deadlands: The Weird West (The Spaghetti Western with Meat!)
Deadlands: The Weird West: Player's Guide (1100) (shantak) Deadlands: The Weird West: Marshal's Handbook (1101) (shantak) Fading Suns
Fading Suns: Science Fiction Roleplaying (FS 200) (porpentine) Legend of the Five Rings
Legend of the Five Rings: Player's Guide, Second Edition (AEG 3101) (mcd_ynamic) Legend of the Five Rings: Game Master's Guide, Second Edition (AEG 3102) (mcd_ynamic) The Way of the Dragon (The Way of the Clans, Book Two) (AEG 3003) (mcd_ynamic) The Way of the Wolf (The Way of the Clans, Book Ten) (AEG 3025) (mcd_ynamic) Dungeons and Dragons Third Edition (3.0)
Thanks for helping me find good homes for good books!
Holy crap! Um, L5R Players guide, please. I'm so doomed...
The L5R books were left at my house by one of my guests, actually.
SO! I'm going to put it down for you in the list above, but if the person who left it wants it back, it's theirs. However, it happens to be someone you know; if that's how it goes down, I'll let them know you'd like visitation rights.
It's always possible that the one who left it doesn't want it back--in which case, no huhu, it's yours free and clear.
Ohh, yeah, that's fine. In that case, though, should I hold onto all the L5R books until they come back for 'em (if they do)?
How about we set you up for the L5R books like I did for the Changeling ones? Anything that nobody called dibs on by Monday is yours--and I'll fill you in on the backstory should it ever become relevant.
I can do that in order to get them off your hands, certainly - I don't really need the other books, though, if there's no desire to keep the unit together.
I'd like to keep specific dibs on the players handbook, please.
Point moot - books reclaimed. It's all good.
Edited at 2010-01-29 09:47 pm (UTC)
Thank you for understanding!
Sorry to give and take away again, but it turns out that yes, mcd_ynamic wants her L5R books back, so I can't give them to you.
Put me down for the Fading Suns and all the 3rd Ed. AD&D. Used to have those and got rid of them in the move to-from Vegas. I am now in a AD&D group that uses 3rd Ed. as part of it's base.
The Fading Suns is one of those that I know I got from someone else. I've left him a message; if he hasn't gotten back to me by Monday, it's yours--and the AD&D is yours in any case.
Unfortunately, porpentine, the original owner of the Fading Suns book, would like it back--and got his word in just under the wire, too.
In the words of my good friend Kurt, "It's all good". :)
I have a friend who would love the Deadlands books so can I have them please?
Done--and at that point, I should definitely ship them to you; they're hardcover, and thus heavy.
Also, at that weight, it'll be Media Mail...which means you might have them by the time you come back from the con. Then again, that's no worse than you having hauled them in your luggage anyhow. 8-)