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Plaag
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I. Have. It!

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No time to talk, must read.

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Plaag wrote:
No time to talk, must read.

ShaneG.

You realize you have to give us the details now for those that are still waiting!

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Plaag wrote:
No time to talk, must read.

ShaneG.

Haha ~ you live near James!!
Enjoy.
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Post by Geoffrey »

You have yours already? Good grief, but that was fast!
I live in Colorado. I suspect I'll get mine sometime next week.

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Yep, well being in the Mad City is a benefit as most envelopes probably have passed through on their way to Chicago and beyond.

The Journal is chock full of stuff, I especially liked reading more detail on the world outside of the 18 Wilderland maps, plus what is the take on James version of the Wilderlands. But I won't ruin anything as to specifics inside.

As for those that are subscribers: the full color map is a treat, places on there I'm eager to read upon when the Gazetteer is released. Also you get a letter, 2 business cards (one unique in a way ) and a copy of the Journal that started it all.

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Post by Geoffrey »

Received mine today. The map is awesome, and the journal looks simply packed.

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Geoffrey wrote:
Received mine today. The map is awesome, and the journal looks simply packed.

Me too! It is awesome. I wish I'd signed up for the subscription right off the bat (due to a personal gaffe, I only ordered issue #1, thinking I'd gotten the sub). Anyhoo, I will be rectifying that tomorrow and will be getting 5 more of these goodies in my mailbox over the next year. Sweet!

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Well, I got it this morning which is very fast turn-around considering I'm north of the Border!

The Journal looks AWESOME !!! Great work! I can't wait to see more and with this stuff!

Unfortunately, I also wish very bad things upon my mail carrier. Despite, the cardboard backing and a couple of labels with 'DO NOT BEND' written affixed on either side of the envelope, the idiot chose to BEND this and SHOVE IT in my mailbox.

Suffice to say, it isn't pristine copy anymore. However, because of the plastic and backing, it could have been a lot worse. I've just filed a complaint with Canada Post and I should get some sort of response by the end of the week. I may end up changing the address for my subscription.

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Rhuvein wrote:
Haha ~ you live near James!!
Enjoy.

Unfortunately, not near enough to game together.
Madison is about a two and a half hour drive from Iola (look at Wisconsin, guess the bit closest to the Middle of Nowhere, and that's where you'll find Iola).
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So when you leave Iola you are going Somewhere.
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