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What board games are you BUYING?
New games? Not sure I want any at this point.
I bought a copy of Adventurer off of ebay! It's an old "album game" by Yaquinto about either a sci-fi bar room brawl or a battle aboard a spaceship. It uses the same system as their more famous game Swashbuckler.
Buying games made in 1983 is how I stay relevant in this hobby.
Chapel wrote: In my quest to fill the Ancient AT gaps in my collection, I bought a copy of Starship Troopers this week, and an 3M copy of Aqcuire. My Avalon Hill collection is getting quite robust now. Really only a few things left to get with Magic Realm. That's my next target.
Damnit, Chapel. I had an extra copy I would have gladly sent you.
I was thinking to make one more purchase. Now, Hyperborea or Merchants of Venus, that is the question.
Space Ghost wrote: Damnit, Chapel. I had an extra copy I would have gladly sent you.
Now if you had a copy of Magic Realm, that would be even better.
Which I think is on my wishlist for the BGG.CON flea market. I can usually find some pretty nice deals. So what AH GW games should I look for this year? Definitely Fury of Dracula(Original), and Magic Realm. Fingers crossed.
Here is my latest shelf:
Next up by the end of the month includes the Argent expansion, Pax Pamir, Kemet expansion, maybe Guns & Steel, maybe new Star Realms expansion. And Cthulhu Wars full KS pledge soon enough.
His response: I seem to have misplaced the game. If I haven't found it by Monday you can have a $75 game or your money back.
Now, applause for offering me a $25 bonus to get another game you are selling (adventurer was $50) or a full refund but when were you going to let me know?
wonder if I should give him negative feedback. That'll show em.
Legomancer wrote: I imagine he went Mon or Tues to get it ready for ship and couldn't find it, and was going to check again, maybe this weekend, assuming it was a board game and not a kidney needed for a dying patient.
Perhaps you would have a point if this were Joe Slob selling one or two games not Mr. eBay selling lots of stuff with the "buy it now for this price" method that isn't even really an auction but a business.
Therefore, I expect a business man to actually have the shit he's selling especially when he gets cash up front. Thats good business whereas this is jackassery.
Kidney patients can wait. I wanted this game prior to Trashfest.