4th Crusade Boxed Set?

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4th Crusade Boxed Set?

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So ... when the CKG is finally done, will there be any sort of collector's boxed set with (1) Player's Handbook, (2) Monsters & Treasure, and (3) CKG all hardback in the newer green style?

I know I'd like one!
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I'd buy it. And I mean actually pay for it.
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finarvyn wrote:
So ... when the CKG is finally done, will there be any sort of collector's boxed set with (1) Player's Handbook, (2) Monsters & Treasure, and (3) CKG all hardback in the newer green style?

I know I'd like one!

Short answer: Yes.

Long answer: Yes Indeed!!

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Beautiful *wipes tear from eye*
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This famous box set was even mentioned back in the day before the M&T was released!!! I'd buy one for shizzle.

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Sign me up for one. Is OG&M going to be included too?

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"FAN" tastic!

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Very, very cool.

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I wouldn't buy it for myself (as I'd have already received the individual books), but you can probably guess what my friends would be receiving for Christmas so I can drum up a game...

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Man, that would be a mighty Cristmas gift.

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What I think is funny, is that the whole boxed set would likely cost just a little bit more than a single 4E manual.

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Good to hear. I still haven't pick up the 4th print of the PH and it would be nice to have a second copy of the wonderful M&T. Oh, and of course the CKG.
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Post by Aneoth of Ironwood »

I like the idea of a box set, or even better a shrink wrapped slip case.

Perhaps something slimilar to what WoTco did with the core rules 3.5 Ed. and 4th Ed.

If it was an actual Box Set, it would need to be a very well built box, with three or four hard back books inside.

Otherwise I would think it would fall to pieces even before it got to the customer.

By design, slip cases hold up better.

I like the thought of all four Core Rule books in the set.

PHB/CKG/OG&M/M&T...

It would not seem right to leave any one of the four out and Shrink Wrap will pull in fans of that genre of collectables.

The Shrink Wrap craze is bigger than some might think.

I see auctions of common modules like TSRs D-15 sell for almost $200... ($187 was the last one I noticed)

And that is not on Amazon either... E-Bay.

Other DragonLance series are going for well over $150 in SW on E-Bay.

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I wonder if the boxed set will be a slipcase with the normal covers or if they will be the leatherette collectors edition? I am all about the leatherettes people. All about it.
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