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I'll shoot you an email later after I think about it but I might be interested in that Dell monitor. Good news is that you could just bring it with you to PAX and I'll just grab it from you.
Where do you stand on international shipping?
I'll shoot you an email later after I think about it but I might be interested in that Dell monitor. Good news is that you could just bring it with you to PAX and I'll just grab it from you.I'm not bringing shit to PAX on a plane.
Lugging stuff that is non essential across the country is annoying probably.
I fly all the time, and I bring as little as possible with me. I guarantee Scott won't bring anything to PAX, nor would I. ;^)
Where do you stand on international shipping?You pay for it, and also for my hassle.
I see your game. You bring in people with your low prices, then you gouge them with the hassle.
Anyone near Albany interested a washer. dryer, table, coffee tables, AC's, chairs, couch, a billion Magic cards, or a library of 3.5D&D books?
I've still got a sealed copy of Settlers of Catan 3rd edition I'd sell if anyone is interested.
Hmm, 50 bucks? That seems to be the middle price on ebay.
I got it for 25 cents at a garage sale so don't hate
EDIT: Not 1080p or better. Reconsidering.
Zombie Planet wouldn't touch them, but Flights of Fantasy sells a lot of used books. They're my best cash option.
Interlocking border/frame for the hexes
Molding to hold pieces in place in the box
Also to replace the cards in 3rd edition would be more difficult if you were to lose them/mess them up vs 4th edition cards. This also applies to expansions. From what I read, if you get 3rd edition, you have to get the expansions that are 3rd edition as well. Rules have changed in 4th ed. vs 3rd ed.
Overall, it seems to be better to stick with 4th edition vs. $50 to have 3rd edition because it's no longer in print.