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Ulthal

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Post XXXI Now Available Through Mail Order
EDIT: SEE post below for new pricing...

Hey everyone,

As I've mentioned, I ended up publishing more than enough copies of XXXI for Gen Con... so I want to make it available to fans on the Troll Lord, Necromancer, and Acaeum boards. Cost is $10 each. Shipping will be through 1st class USPS. With packaging each unit weighs around 6 ounces, so for the US shipping should be around $1.65, Canada ~$2.24, and Europe/South America ~$5.40. If you want more than one copy, I'll need to pack it up and weigh it to find the total cost.

Payment at the moment is via bank check or money order (postal or otherwise). E-mail me first with your order, and I'll make sure of the postage before you send the money order. If you are international, it will need to be in a money order for US dollars.

I'm still working on the details for ordering through PayPal.

E-mail me at: james@adventuregamespubs.com with your order, and we'll take it from there.

Thanks!
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Thu Aug 23, 2007 7:10 pm
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Sweet! Email sent...


Fri Aug 24, 2007 2:14 am
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Yes!!! My order is in.


Fri Aug 24, 2007 12:58 pm
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I now have PayPal set up!

E-mail me for details. Be sure to include your mailing address, so I can calculate postage.
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Thanks James, I received my copy in the mail and have begun to read it -- pretty freakin' awesome so far! Nice work!
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Sun Sep 02, 2007 9:32 pm
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Ulthal

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Tell Qa Pricing

With packaging, the shipping comes out to more than I expected... these prices are for shipping within the US only.

1 copy: $13

2 copies: $26

3 copies: $36

Inquire for costs for four or more copies, and for costs for international shipping.
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I got my copy (thanks James) and I'm very impressed. Packed with excellent content and very professionally produced. Cartography by Peter. This is great material and worth every dime*. Well done!!
[* Of course, now I want to go out and purchase the Wilderlands boxed set!! ]
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[* Of course, now I want to go out and purchase the Wilderlands boxed set!! ]



You mean you haven't already? What are you waiting for, son? Get the goodness. It is worthy (but you already knew that ).

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Quote:
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[* Of course, now I want to go out and purchase the Wilderlands boxed set!! ]



You need to fix that.
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You mean you haven't already? What are you waiting for, son? Get the goodness. It is worthy (but you already knew that ).

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Yes, yes and YES. Indeed.

See, I'm heavily invested in Aihrde and Greyhawk, so I've resisted all temptation in spite of fabulous reviews and such. Plus, I also tend to begin thinking of acquiring all the original stuff and thus set off another buying spree . . . arrrgh. Will the madness never end. I know, I keep saying this, but I keep buying and buying and acquiring and collecting and buying.
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It's understandible as I feel your pain. Honestly though, unless you are a complete, completist, there is really no need to get the older Wilderlands stuff (at least in my honest opinion). The Wilderlands box does everything those products did, but only much, much better. Of course, there are a few old JG products that are not covered per se in the Wilderlands Box set. The Wilderlands Box set is all you'll need.

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Quote:
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It's understandible as I feel your pain. Honestly though, unless you are a complete, completist, there is really no need to get the older Wilderlands stuff (at least in my honest opinion). The Wilderlands box does everything those products did, but only much, much better. Of course, there are a few old JG products that are not covered per se in the Wilderlands Box set. The Wilderlands Box set is all you'll need.

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Really??

That's good to know! I'm happier now. Hehe.
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