Rod of Seven Parts - box set vs. booklet?
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Post Posted: Wed May 18, 2005 11:51 pm 
 

Is there much value in the box set of Skip's Ro7P stuff vs. the paperback version:  are the maps bigger/cooler, cards present like in FtA, etc.??


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Post Posted: Fri May 20, 2005 6:56 am 
 

grodog wrote:Is there much value in the box set of Skip's Ro7P stuff vs. the paperback version: are the maps bigger/cooler, cards present like in FtA, etc.??

You mean TSR released a paperback version of the Rod of Seven Parts boxed set (1145)? Like the hardcover they did for the Council of Wyrms box? That's interesting, I haven't seen one yet. Do you own a paperback version? Could you please look up the TSR item number?


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Post Posted: Mon May 23, 2005 2:18 am 
 

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grodog wrote:Is there much value in the box set of Skip's Ro7P stuff vs. the paperback version: are the maps bigger/cooler, cards present like in FtA, etc.??

You mean TSR released a paperback version of the Rod of Seven Parts boxed set (1145)? Like the hardcover they did for the Council of Wyrms box? That's interesting, I haven't seen one yet. Do you own a paperback version? Could you please look up the TSR item number?


My bad Ralf, I was mistakenly thinking of Axe of the Dwarvish Lords (which did have a box set edition, right?).


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Post Posted: Mon May 23, 2005 3:41 am 
 

grodog wrote:
Ralf Toth wrote:You mean TSR released a paperback version of the Rod of Seven Parts boxed set (1145)? Like the hardcover they did for the Council of Wyrms box? That's interesting, I haven't seen one yet. Do you own a paperback version? Could you please look up the TSR item number?


My bad Ralf, I was mistakenly thinking of Axe of the Dwarvish Lords (which did have a box set edition, right?).


Axe of the Dwarven Lords was only released as a paperback.

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Post Posted: Mon May 23, 2005 4:45 am 
 

Thanks Mike :D


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Post Posted: Mon May 23, 2005 1:14 pm 
 

Badmike wrote:
grodog wrote:
My bad Ralf, I was mistakenly thinking of Axe of the Dwarvish Lords (which did have a box set edition, right?).


Axe of the Dwarven Lords was only released as a paperback.

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But it's a whopping big paperback....this item and stuff released about the same time (Die Vecna Die comes to mind) had more substance than several box sets of the same time period...

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Post Posted: Tue May 24, 2005 3:38 pm 
 

Serious. They released a lot of really cool deluxe adventures there for a while, like the Jakandor stuff, the Axe of Dwarvish lords, etc. That was preety good time to be picking stuff up.

  
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