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Post by Drew » Sat Sep 20, 2008 10:33 am

I have lots of old stuff that I don't use any more and want to give away and/or trade. I am going to start a list of items and keep adding to it over the next day or so as I clean out my back room. Whatever I don't get rid of here wil either go to goodwill or the alley behind my house for the scavengers. Rather give them to people I know...

Please excuse the running narrative.

The rules are simple. I'll list it, you ask for it, I give it to you. If more than one person asks for it, start showing me how much you want it!


We'll start the bidding off with "come and get it!" and go from there. I'll stop the "bidding" when I want.
Oh, and the only real rule for what I am looking to swap (should the bidding ever get above free) is it needs to be small. I want more space at the end of this, not less.
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Post by Drew » Sat Sep 20, 2008 10:55 am

(If you want me to keep editing my one post let me know, otherwise, I'll list them all seperately.

Here is a list of the game books I have (in no real order and most are quite old):

AD&D Player's Option: Skills and Powers

Gary Gygax's Dangerous Journeys Game master screen
Rifts (main book)
The Book of Shadows; Mage player's guide
Werewolf the Apocalypse
Planescape : A players guide to the planes/DMs guide to the plane
AD&D Monster Manual (circa 1979 printing)
Cyberpunk 202: Solo of Furtune
Rifts Sourcebook
Rifts Index
Cyberpunk rough guide to the UK
Outcasts: A players Guide to Pariahs (WoD)
Cyberpunk 2020 (core rule book)
Sword and Fist
Vamp.:Player's Guide (two of these)
Baldur's gate perfect guide
Virtual Adept: Mage Tradition book
Skraypers (Rifts Superheros)
Battletech: The Clans
Mage the Ascension
Heroes Unlimited
Seattle Sourcebook (shadowrun 1e)
Battletech Rule book (from box set)
The Palladium Role Playing Game
The Rigger Black Book (shadowrun 2e)
Rifts Conversion Book

Steve Jackson's Man to Man (not gay porn- fantasy combat rules circa 1985)
AD&D and 3e Complete Psionics Handbook (two different books)
Tome and Blood
3e Montser Manual
Vampire The Masquerade
Arcana Evolved (printed PDF)
Sword and Sorcery: Creature collection
Sword and Sorcery: Relics and Rituals
Forgotten realms campaign setting

None of them are worth anything, but I hate to throw books away so if anyone wants any of these, please speak up! Maybe someone knows some new gamers with no money? Like kids in a library?
I will find others as the cleaning progresses...
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Post by Drew » Sat Sep 20, 2008 11:24 am

Slightly wonkey X-box (works but sometimes skips and cuases problems)
w/ Jade Empire
Xmen Legends
(Arx Fatalis might be in the machine-might not)

TV (with built in VCR)

Nintendo DS (works- Have one Zelda game for it)

An older Sony desktop that would work if someone wanted to take the time. All I know for sure is there is no hard drive since I removed it and put in in my new computer. Have an old moniter to go with it, but not a flatscreen.
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Post by Drew » Sat Sep 20, 2008 11:36 am

A hodge podge of Warhammer 40k minis. Not sure what there is exactly, but it includes Eldar, Tyranid with a few Orc and Marines to boot.
Mostly plastic with a few metal of whatever varity. Not the best condition as they've gove to Japan and back and currently reside in a platic bin, all tumbled in there.

Currently have a bid of "I'll give them to you at the next game." Can I get a bid of a Six pack of Diet Hansen's Root Beer? :)
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Post by Drew » Sat Sep 20, 2008 11:45 am

I know it looks like I am getting rid of a lot of junk... well, that's pretty much true, but most of it is junk someone might be able to use.
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Post by Drew » Sat Sep 20, 2008 11:52 am

Konica 35MM camera with telephoto lense. VERY old. Haven't used since, well, going digital. :)
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Post by BlanchPrez » Sun Sep 21, 2008 8:04 pm

If no one else has asked for it already, I'll take the Nintendo DS with Zelda game.

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Post by Drew » Mon Sep 22, 2008 7:36 am

BlanchPrez wrote:If no one else has asked for it already, I'll take the Nintendo DS with Zelda game.

Chris


It's yours for the low, low price of taking four of my game books as well. :)
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Post by BlanchPrez » Mon Sep 22, 2008 10:19 am

Drew wrote:It's yours for the low, low price of taking four of my game books as well. :)


Ha! I would, but I'm trying to get rid of a huge chunk of my own game books, for largely the same reason you are. :)

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Post by Drew » Mon Sep 22, 2008 10:26 am

BlanchPrez wrote:Ha! I would, but I'm trying to get rid of a huge chunk of my own game books, for largely the same reason you are. :)

Chris


LOL. I guess you can't afford it. ;)

Just let me know when you want to come by and get it...
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Post by jimmy corrigan » Mon Sep 22, 2008 2:50 pm

hey drew, what condition are the planescape books in, and what do you want for 'em?

my wife would like the "perfect" binder, as she's a professional bookbinder. what would you want for that?

one last question: how compatible/incompatible is the hp printer-- can it work with a macbook?

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Post by SpaceMonkey » Mon Sep 22, 2008 3:15 pm

I'll take these off your hands:

Rifts Sourcebook
Rifts Index
Skraypers
Heroes Unlimited
The Palladium Role Playing Game
Rifts Conversion Book
Vampire The Masquerade
Vamp.:Player's Guide
Werewolf the Apocalypse

(though I'm not sure what the first one is, unless you mean the revised/expanded Sourcebook 1?)

Four of those can pay off BlanchPrez's book-taking debt ;)

I'm not adverse to the idea of taking some minis as well, if needed.

dunno what you want for that stuff, but I have an extra blender if that interests you.

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Post by Drew » Mon Sep 22, 2008 3:23 pm

jimmy corrigan wrote:hey drew, what condition are the planescape books in, and what do you want for 'em?

my wife would like the "perfect" binder, as she's a professional bookbinder. what would you want for that?

one last question: how compatible/incompatible is the hp printer-- can it work with a macbook?


Planescape books are like new. THey are left overs from a box set. Dunno if you were expecting big thick books or not, but they are still like new. :)

The current bid on the binder is "Come and get it!" Act now, and I'll throw in a ream of paper or two! :)

I don't know how compatabile the printer is but if you have a serial port (the old style printer port) it should work fine. Alternatley, if you're at handy with this sort of thing, you can buy a cheap network card for it on line and simply insert it. It's all set up to be a network printer, I just never bought the parts.
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Post by Drew » Mon Sep 22, 2008 3:27 pm

dnd3eplayer wrote:I'll take these off your hands:

Rifts Sourcebook
Rifts Index
Skraypers
Heroes Unlimited
The Palladium Role Playing Game
Rifts Conversion Book
Vampire The Masquerade
Vamp.:Player's Guide
Werewolf the Apocalypse

(though I'm not sure what the first one is, unless you mean the revised/expanded Sourcebook 1?)

Four of those can pay off BlanchPrez's book-taking debt ;)

I'm not adverse to the idea of taking some minis as well, if needed.

dunno what you want for that stuff, but I have an extra blender if that interests you.


No use for a blender. But So far you're the only bidder so it's at "come and get them and they are yours!"

The Rifts Source book is simply called "Rifts Sourcebook." It's got a picture of a man in some cyber throne flanked by some deadly looking borgs and borg hounds. I'm pretty sure it is the second rifts book ever, hence the simple name.

The minis are pretty much spoken for unless your willing to up the offer to a six pack of Diet Hansen's soda. :)

I can always split them if there is one side or the other you were interested in. The Eldar and Tyranid minis make up the bulk of my collection.... Basically Good and Evil. So are you a Good man or and Evil one. ;>
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Post by SpaceMonkey » Mon Sep 22, 2008 3:36 pm

Drew wrote:No use for a blender. But So far you're the only bidder so it's at "come and get them and they are yours!"

The Rifts Source book is simply called "Rifts Sourcebook." It's got a picture of a man in some cyber throne flanked by some deadly looking borgs and borg hounds. I'm pretty sure it is the second rifts book ever, hence the simple name.


Cool - I can pick them up sometime (not sure what area of town you are located in, but I'm in San Marcos and work in Del Mar, so I'm close to most of the county sometime during a normal day). Or maybe Albert could be my rpg-book-mule even ;)

Albert - as long as that printer uses standard serial talk <sidetrack>[curse you wacom and apple desktop bus!!!! curse you to hell!!!]</sidetrack>, you can probably get one of those serial-USB adapters to make it work with both windows/mac over the standard usb connector, that might be the easiest. Or what Drew said, with the adding a NIC to it (especially if you want multiple computers to use it at once).

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Post by Drew » Mon Sep 22, 2008 3:42 pm

dnd3eplayer wrote:Cool - I can pick them up sometime (not sure what area of town you are located in, but I'm in San Marcos and work in Del Mar, so I'm close to most of the county sometime during a normal day). Or maybe Albert could be my rpg-book-mule even ;)



I live in North Park (Near University and Texas) and work at SDSU if either one is better for you. Or use your mule. :)
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Post by Drew » Mon Sep 22, 2008 3:43 pm

jimmy corrigan wrote:
one last question: how compatible/incompatible is the hp printer-- can it work with a macbook?


If in doubt, try it out... Macbooks are portable as I recall. :)
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Post by jimmy corrigan » Mon Sep 22, 2008 11:40 pm

dude, i'm right in your backyard. i live off university and idaho. i will gladly be dnd3eplayer's mule. what's a good time for you, drew? i am free before 6:30pm tomorrow (tuesday) or i can come some other time. is there anything you want in return?

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Post by SpaceMonkey » Tue Sep 23, 2008 2:13 pm

You don't need a copy of Savage Worlds Explorer's Edition do you Drew? I could pony that up for the stuff you are sending my way... (and no, it isn't my crappy hurricane'd on copy).

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Post by Drew » Tue Sep 23, 2008 2:45 pm

dnd3eplayer wrote:You don't need a copy of Savage Worlds Explorer's Edition do you Drew? I could pony that up for the stuff you are sending my way... (and no, it isn't my crappy hurricane'd on copy).



Nah. Truth to tell, I am just happy to be cleaning out some space... but if you MUST trade, I'd consider board or computer games...
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Post by MikeB » Tue Sep 23, 2008 2:53 pm

I bid 6 pack of diet hansons soda of choice for warhammer miniatures.

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Post by jimmy corrigan » Tue Sep 23, 2008 9:50 pm

thanks again, drew!

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Post by Drew » Wed Sep 24, 2008 11:43 am

MikeB wrote:I bid 6 pack of diet hansons soda of choice for warhammer miniatures.


Hey, Mike... I got a bid of "pizza".
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Post by MikeB » Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:48 pm

Have you already accepted the offer of Pizza? If not I add 6 pack of Hansens to pizza.

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Post by Drew » Wed Sep 24, 2008 1:59 pm

MikeB wrote:Have you already accepted the offer of Pizza? If not I add 6 pack of Hansens to pizza.


Yours is the current bid. :)
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Post by Drew » Thu Sep 25, 2008 10:53 am

Hey Mike, got a bid for two six packs and two pizzas. :)
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Post by MikeB » Thu Sep 25, 2008 2:55 pm

Who is this silent bidder? Show thyself!!

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Post by Drew » Thu Sep 25, 2008 3:42 pm

MikeB wrote:Who is this silent bidder? Show thyself!!


Someone I game with who's not a regular (if at all) on this board.
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Post by MikeB » Fri Sep 26, 2008 10:16 am

Not sure what to bid now, how many pizza's, diet hansens do you need? Maybe if I offer Spidermans Girlfriend:wink:

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Post by Wintermute » Sat Sep 27, 2008 10:21 am

I'd love the CP2020 books if they're still available?
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Post by Drew » Sat Sep 27, 2008 10:25 am

Wintermute wrote:I'd love the CP2020 books if they're still available?


Yes they are. They're yours if you want them.
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Post by Drew » Sat Sep 27, 2008 10:28 am

MikeB wrote:Not sure what to bid now, how many pizza's, diet hansens do you need? Maybe if I offer Spidermans Girlfriend:wink:


Not sure I want to be messing with spiderman's girlfriend. :)

I'll talk to the other guy and see about splitting the minis. The Elder and Tyranid make up the bulk so are you a good guy or evil?
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Post by SpaceMonkey » Sun Sep 28, 2008 10:44 am

Books received through my mule (albert) - much thanks to you both ;)

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Post by Wintermute » Sun Sep 28, 2008 11:23 am

Drew wrote:Yes they are. They're yours if you want them.


WooHoo! Any chance you'd take 18-holes of miniatures golf at the Boomer's next to Game Empire in trade?
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Post by Drew » Wed Oct 01, 2008 8:27 am

Can you make it nine holes for two? Or is 18 or nothing?
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Post by ekomega » Thu Oct 02, 2008 2:23 pm

Any bids on the slightly wonky X-box? I'm interested in that.

I could use it to replace my girlfriend's dad's completely broken x-box.

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Post by Drew » Thu Oct 02, 2008 4:19 pm

ekomega wrote:Any bids on the slightly wonky X-box? I'm interested in that.

I could use it to replace my girlfriend's dad's completely broken x-box.


Nope. It's yours for the low price of Come pick it up!
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Post by ekomega » Thu Oct 02, 2008 10:21 pm

Alright. I also work at SDSU (Engineering building) so I can roll on over if you bring it, any day of the week. Or whatever.

You want anything?

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Post by jimmy corrigan » Thu Oct 02, 2008 11:15 pm

the serial to usb adapter cable came in from amazon today...



i now have a laser printer that works with my mac. fuckin' a!



thanks for the tech support dnd3e and cthulhu. and thanks yet again for the awesome printer, drew!

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Post by Drew » Fri Oct 03, 2008 8:06 am

ekomega wrote:Alright. I also work at SDSU (Engineering building) so I can roll on over if you bring it, any day of the week. Or whatever.

You want anything?


I'll bring it next week. What have you got? something small.
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Post by Drew » Fri Oct 03, 2008 8:07 am

jimmy corrigan wrote:the serial to usb adapter cable came in from amazon today...



i now have a laser printer that works with my mac. fuckin' a!



thanks for the tech support dnd3e and cthulhu. and thanks yet again for the awesome printer, drew!


Got it to work?
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Post by ekomega » Fri Oct 03, 2008 9:36 am

Drew wrote:I'll bring it next week. What have you got? something small.


I've got a lot of literature type books I can't get rid of. I have an old 20 GB HDD. I have a 5-pack of DVD-Rs. I don't know. What are you looking for?

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Post by SpaceMonkey » Fri Oct 03, 2008 9:43 am

jimmy corrigan wrote:the serial to usb adapter cable came in from amazon today...

i now have a laser printer that works with my mac. fuckin' a!

thanks for the tech support dnd3e and cthulhu. and thanks yet again for the awesome printer, drew!


Fry's guy steered you wrong with the first cable then eh? Color me surprised....not ;)

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Post by jimmy corrigan » Fri Oct 03, 2008 10:29 am

Drew wrote:Got it to work?
yep!

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Post by jimmy corrigan » Fri Oct 03, 2008 10:30 am

dnd3eplayer wrote:Fry's guy steered you wrong with the first cable then eh? Color me surprised....not ;)
too true. the guys on the sales floor are not very helpful, but the guys behind the service counter know what the hell they're talking about.

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Post by Drew » Fri Oct 03, 2008 12:21 pm

ekomega wrote:I've got a lot of literature type books I can't get rid of. I have an old 20 GB HDD. I have a 5-pack of DVD-Rs. I don't know. What are you looking for?

I can alsways use DVD-r. :)
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Post by Drew » Fri Oct 03, 2008 12:22 pm

jimmy corrigan wrote:yep!


Excellent! Glad you'll be able to put it to good use!
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Post by ekomega » Sun Oct 05, 2008 12:35 pm

Where/when do we meet?

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Post by Wintermute » Mon Oct 06, 2008 6:13 pm

Drew wrote:Can you make it nine holes for two? Or is 18 or nothing?


I don't see any reason why that wouldn't work.
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Post by Drew » Tue Oct 07, 2008 8:27 am

ekomega wrote:Where/when do we meet?


I'll bring it to work tomorrow. Usually park in P4 near Cox or I can bring in in to my office in the old administration building near the library. Let me know which is better and when. I am pretty open.
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