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Doubled up product codes??

Sat Jun 30, 2012 9:29 am

Couldn't work out where else to post this so this is possibly the best place given that it's about a couple of products on the Anvil.

Just looking through the Anvil page so that I could update my spreadsheet of purchases (yeah, and like you guys don't?) and I noticed the following:

TLG 8320 Rune Lore The Winter Runes
Adventure, 128+ pages (estimated), Perfect Bound, ISBN: 978-1-936822-30-0

then further down the page:

TLG 8320The Goblins of Mount Shadow
Product Type/Format & Price: 8.5 x 11 Saddle Stitched, 24 pages; $6.99
Ordering Info: TLG 8320, ISBN 978-1-936822-46-1

Methinks that there's a duplication here and that Goblins of Mount Shadow should have a different number.

Re: Doubled up product codes??

Sat Jun 30, 2012 7:23 pm

I was kinda curious about that myself.
I just figured it was some sorta secret Troll Lord publisher stuff that was over my head.

Re: Doubled up product codes??

Sat Jun 30, 2012 9:12 pm

Ahhh there ya go.

Rune Lore was 8320, when I moved it to non adventure content i gave it a new stock code, 8127. That of course opened up 8320 and left me with the need to go all over and change the stock codes. Apparently the website missed those updates.

At any rate Goblins of Mount Shadow is 8320, Rune Lore is 8127! I'll nudge Brian about the webpage.

Nice catch!
Thanks,
Steve

Re: Doubled up product codes??

Wed Jul 04, 2012 3:50 pm

The original Mortality of Green and The Crusader v1 #2 share the same product code, 1101. As the code 1111 is not in use, The Crusader #2-11 should of been bumped up by 1.

Re: Doubled up product codes??

Thu Jul 19, 2012 8:49 pm

Peter wrote:The original Mortality of Green and The Crusader v1 #2 share the same product code, 1101. As the code 1111 is not in use, The Crusader #2-11 should of been bumped up by 1.


That sucker is gone gone gone! So i'm not messing with that. That 1111 was a lesson hard learned by your truely. don't ever start a product code with a XXX0. As your first issue is 0 and not 1, second is 1 and not 2 and so on. That's why we skipped code.

Nice catch on your part though! ;)

Steve
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