Crusader Vol 3. Issue 6 (NOW AVAILABLE)

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sieg wrote:
Great! Now can I get my copy of issue 5 too?

Screw that! I picked up issues 3-6 at LGGC and I'm ready for issue 7. What's the hold up?!
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I'd *love* to see issues 5 and 6 myself. I'm not sure Steve got my change of address.
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I had a recent change of address too and haven't heard back from Steve, so I hope Crusader #6 makes it to the right place!

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Heh, Fiff, if I had a spare #5, I'd swap it for that #1. :) Maybe I can talk Steve into getting it (the #5) to me...

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Hey folks,

I completely dropped the ball on this one, but issue 6 shipped out yesterday so you folks should be getting it in the mail in the next couple of days now.

We are picking up steam on issue 7 now!

Thanks,

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Troll Lord wrote:
Hey folks,

I completely dropped the ball on this one, but issue 6 shipped out yesterday so you folks should be getting it in the mail in the next couple of days now.

We are picking up steam on issue 7 now!

Thanks,

Steve

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Thanks, got mine today. And it's great to receive it in an envelope. Cover is fantastic. Good quality paper stock. And just flipping through it, I see some interesting stuff from the usual suspects and a couple of guest writers - Joe Goodman and Bill Webb.

I'll get busy on this tonight and over the weekend!
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Still waiting.
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Maliki wrote:
Still waiting.

That's what you get for using an Episode I character for your avatar. Now, slap a picture of Greedo on there and I'll bet you start getting your mail a little quicker.
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Buttmonkey wrote:
That's what you get for using an Episode I character for your avatar. Now, slap a picture of Greedo on there and I'll bet you start getting your mail a little quicker.

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Loved the new issue. Unfortunately Harry Potter 7 has taken up my reading time but I did read Joe Goodman and Davis Chenaults articles. Both were excellent. Anyone notice on the new cnatrips that the spell school was given.

Is that a hint that schools will come back to C&C?
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Wow, I never even noticed the school classification in the article! That's pretty cool, but as to whether spell scholls are coming back, eh. I'm not so sure about that. However, since spell schools were in the Crusader, which is an official TLG product, I wonder whether or not schools will get some kind of mention in the upcoming CKG?

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I hope they do come back either in the CKG or the 4th print of the PHB.
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Julian Grimm wrote:
I hope they do come back either in the CKG or the 4th print of the PHB.

I agree, the schools and sphere made it easy to customize clerics and wizards.
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Hi,

I'm new to the forum and C&C in general so I was wondering how I might purchase OOP back issues. Or do you offer any of the issues on .pdf? I might have overlooked it but a link would be great!

Also glad to see you take PayPal!

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dekster wrote:
Hi,

I'm new to the forum and C&C in general so I was wondering how I might purchase OOP back issues. Or do you offer any of the issues on .pdf? I might have overlooked it but a link would be great!

Also glad to see you take PayPal!

Hi dekster.

Go here for links, some are PDF, some still in print:
http://www.trolllord.com/newsite/crusader/index.html

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Rhuvein wrote:
Hi dekster.

Go here for links, some are PDF, some still in print:

Thanks for the information. I'd forgotten that I could download the .pdfs from rpgnow. I don't know why I didn't think about that at first. Personally, I'm not a big .pdf fan but I was really wanting these fairly quickly so that was the best way to go.

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dekster wrote:
Thanks for the information. I'd forgotten that I could download the .pdfs from rpgnow. I don't know why I didn't think about that at first. Personally, I'm not a big .pdf fan but I was really wanting these fairly quickly so that was the best way to go.

Take care,

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Hot damn! I had no idea they were for sale on PDF. Like Deks, I was hoping to look at a couple before committing, but my CK is being stingy.

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My comment here humbled our CK into FINALLY letting me take a peak at his magazines.
The overall quality is better than I expected. Print quality and content. I already knew that there were good things there - I used the Mist Elves from one issue for my last character, but I couldn't commit without a deeper look. But now, I think that I may be looking to subscribe once my bill paying is done at the end of the week.

Do the Troll Lords prefer email or phone orders? I've always thought it was the latter, which has kept me from ordering. Not that I'm shy, but my home hours don't usually jibe with TL's office hours.

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Harry Joy wrote:
My comment here humbled our CK into FINALLY letting me take a peak at his magazines.
The overall quality is better than I expected. Print quality and content. I already knew that there were good things there - I used the Mist Elves from one issue for my last character, but I couldn't commit without a deeper look. But now, I think that I may be looking to subscribe once my bill paying is done at the end of the week.

Do the Troll Lords prefer email or phone orders? I've always thought it was the latter, which has kept me from ordering. Not that I'm shy, but my home hours don't usually jibe with TL's office hours.

Well, I'll just say that I've been ordering from the good Trolls for almost 3 years via e-mail and/or PayPal and it's been great. Nary a problemo and the only one was immediately fixed. so I'm a happy camper.

Heh, one of these days, I want to call in an order just to just to have fun and razz the fellows!!

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