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Oh man, now I'm all kinds of excited.
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Got mine yesterday, US Mail. Mine has the entire last name too, so Kim's hand wasn't hurting enough yet :)

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Great news! How do we get the download links for the digital copies of the other books?

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Anyone have the Kindle Fire version? I'm wondering how it is.

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I'll get all the digital links up sometime this week. Probably late. These things are a nightmare to pack! ;)

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Hmm... I'm half tempted to start up a pool. How long will it take for my package to get to Montreal?

Any takers?

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moriarty777 wrote:Hmm... I'm half tempted to start up a pool. How long will it take for my package to get to Montreal?

Any takers?

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I'll take South Korea for getting there first.

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Received it on Monday, and I'm tickled pink. Of course, after the pre-PDF release the book has already been "thumbed through" before ever arriving in physical form, but it's a joy to crack it open and carefully go through it, monster by monster.
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Anyone here get a personalized copy?

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Omote wrote:I'll take South Korea for getting there first.

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It looks as though the printed copies are starting to ship. I pre-ordered through PayPal back in November of last year, so I hope to see mine soon!

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Excitement abounds. I know I'll see mine before the next convention in late June. Hope to sell a lot of them. :)

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Still waiting anxiously in Albany, NY :shock: - but hopefully I'll see my copy this week! I would love to go through it over the weekend. :lol:

I can't wait to see the goodies. I've been working on getting my old campaign ready (30 years and counting) and want to start recruiting some players and rolling some dice :mrgreen:
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The coins are cool and the book awesome! got it 2 days ago here in Nebraska.
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AGNKim wrote:Anyone here get a personalized copy?
Yes Kim. And why the hell is there macaroni and cheese squished into my farging book where your signature should be?!

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Whoo HOOO! Got mine today. Oooodles of mayhem to commence. :)
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A friend of mine got his copy yesterday, and is very pleased with it. He pointed out that the Trolls listed me in the special thanks line on the title page, for helping with proof reading. Ironically, they misspelled my name ...

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Omote wrote:
AGNKim wrote:Anyone here get a personalized copy?
Yes Kim. And why the hell is there macaroni and cheese squished into my farging book where your signature should be?!

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AGNKim wrote:Anyone here get a personalized copy?
Yes! And I can even make out your chicken scratch!

But, seriously, thank you. Love the book! I keep pausing as I pass by my Giant Shelf Of Nerd Books to admire it. Can't wait to throw some of these classic baddies at my little C&C Group That Could.
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Can't remember what are the coins for?

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each coin is a 10% discount on future orders from TLG, IIRC.

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Relaxo wrote: Kim, I got a singed copy, which I don't think I was expecting, but it's a nice touch!
Mine isn't burned at all. I'm very jealous now. At what level did you need to be at to get that level of personal attention Kim?

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Relaxo wrote:each coin is a 10% discount on future orders from TLG, IIRC.
I think I'd druther have the coin.
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It worries me when I live in a state that shares a border with Arkansas but everyone gets the book before I do. I'll give it a couple more days before I call and figure out what's up. I think there is a filter in the TLG system somewhere that zaps all of my orders.
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Aergraith wrote:It worries me when I live in a state that shares a border with Arkansas but everyone gets the book before I do. I'll give it a couple more days before I call and figure out what's up. I think there is a filter in the TLG system somewhere that zaps all of my orders.
When we lived in Pineville, Missouri (right after Cherie & I got married) we always had to wait until the one postal worker who could read was in town to sort the mail for delivery.

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It worries me when I live in a state that shares a border with Arkansas but everyone gets the book before I do. I'll give it a couple more days before I call and figure out what's up. I think there is a filter in the TLG system somewhere that zaps all of my orders.
Ah, for some reason I was thinking the Trolls were in Wisconsin :P I'm only a couple states south of them and I still haven't received mine either. Also, I'm still waiting on that epub. It's kind of goofy that someone could buy and download it now, but those who pre-order have to wait.
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Haven't gotten mine yet. Macaroni sinature and all.

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Can anyone relate the level of rewards listed in the book to donated ammount?
I cant figure it out.
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Dead Horse wrote:Can anyone relate the level of rewards listed in the book to donated ammount?
I cant figure it out.
I'm guessing:
Decem = $10
Viginti Quinque = $25
Triginta Quinque = $35
Quinquaginta = $50
Centum = $100

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