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Post Posted: Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:14 pm 
 

Can anyone tell me The real Rare 3.0 and 3.5 Goodman Game modules. I know 17.5 Dundra con one. Was the 12.5 a rare one??? I know ther was one that had Gen Con in gold it was a blue module. Any help would be great i fell into a store that had a bunch. Sorry no 17.5 that was the first i look for lol.

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Post Posted: Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:54 pm 
 

Here is a quick list of some of the rarer Goodman Games Modules.  Most of the rare ones are not d20 (3.0/3.5).  The d20 modules are usually quite common.

GMG50035        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #3.5: THE HAUNTED LIGHTHOUSE, 2003 GEN CON EDITION
GMG5012        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #13: CRYPT OF THE DEVIL LICH, GEN CON 2004 TOURNAMENT MODULE
GMG50125        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #12.5: THE IRON CRYPT OF THE HERETICS, 1ST EDITION, GEN CON 2006 SPECIAL
GMG50175        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #17.5: WAR OF THE WITCH QUEEN, SPECIAL EDITION FOR DUNDRACON 2006
GMG5029        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #30: VAULT OF THE DRAGON KINGS, GEN CON 2005 TOURNAMENT MODULE
GMG5034        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #35: GAZETTEER OF THE KNOWN REALMS (BOXED SET)
GMG5035        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #36: TALONS OF THE HORNED KING, 1ST EDITION, GEN CON 2009
GMG5048        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #49: PALACE IN THE WASTES, GEN CON 2006 TOURNAMENT MODULE
GMG5062        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #63: THE WARBRINGER'S SON, GEN CON 2008 TOURNAMENT MODULE
GMG5101        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #30: VAULT OF THE DRAGON KINGS, TOURNAMENT EDITION (BOXED SET)
GMGGC07        SAGA OF THE WITCH QUEEN, 1ST EDITION, GEN CON 2007 SPECIAL EDITION
GMGGC08        SAGA OF THE RAT KING, 1ST EDITION, GEN CON 2008 SPECIAL EDITION
GMGGC09        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #C9: TOMB OF THE BLIND GOD, GREEN COVER, 2009 GEN CON EDITION
GMGGC09        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #C9: TOMB OF THE BLIND GOD, GREEN COVER, 2009 NTRPG CON EDITION
GMGGC09        DUNGEON CRAWL CLASSICS #C9: TOMB OF THE BLIND GOD, WHITE COVER, 2009 TROLL & TOAD EDITION
GMGGGC08-2        THE GOLDEN AUROCH / TOWER OF THE BLACK PEARL, 1ST EDITION, 2008 GEN CON SPECIAL EDITION

  


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Post Posted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 12:10 am 
 

You could add DCC#0: Legends are Made, Not Born for Dundracon 2004 as well.

DCC #3.5 is the gem IMHO

  

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Post Posted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 4:16 am 
 

The list is a little erroneous. Some are more valuable (rare) than others. For example, the #C9 is worth peanuts with the T&T or NTRPG logos on them, as is Saga of the Rat King with the NKG Logo (I wouldn't describe any of these as rare); but Haunted Lighthouse is up in the $200+ bracket, and don't forget #20.5 Mask of death


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Post Posted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:04 am 
 

mbassoc2003 wrote:The list is a little erroneous. Some are more valuable (rare) than others. For example, the #C9 is worth peanuts with the T&T or NTRPG logos on them


The first "special" version of C9 that I recall seeing was the one with the Dundracon logo.  I do recall a few people from here paying 60 bucks or more for that one when copies of it hit Ebay.  I wonder how many of those were printed up versus the other versions?


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Post Posted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 12:07 pm 
 

mbassoc2003 wrote:The list is a little erroneous. Some are more valuable (rare) than others. For example, the #C9 is worth peanuts with the T&T or NTRPG logos on them, as is Saga of the Rat King with the NKG Logo (I wouldn't describe any of these as rare); but Haunted Lighthouse is up in the $200+ bracket, and don't forget #20.5 Mask of death


I had to leave some of them for fellow members add and/or comment on :)

Shouldn't have missed the 20.5 and 0 though.

  

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Post Posted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 12:42 pm 
 

Are there multiple versions of DCC #0?

Perhaps, is there one with a tournament logo that makes it rarer?


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Post Posted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 5:16 pm 
 

FormCritic wrote:Are there multiple versions of DCC #0?

Perhaps, is there one with a tournament logo that makes it rarer?


There are only two printings of DCC #0:  The first print has the lasso logo  and the second print, Rhonda the Rhinoceratop.  The colour of the covers is  slightly different.

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Post Posted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:08 pm 
 

I picked up a shrinkwrapped DCC # 35 box set.  Amazon has it for $999 and there are none on Ebay.  Anybody have a realisitc estimate of what I should list as a BIN on Ebay for??

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NMilty wrote:I picked up a shrinkwrapped DCC # 35 box set.  Amazon has it for $999 and there are none on Ebay.  Anybody have a realisitc estimate of what I should list as a BIN on Ebay for??

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Post Posted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 1:20 pm 
 

NMilty wrote:I picked up a shrinkwrapped DCC # 35 box set.  Amazon has it for $999 and there are none on Ebay.  Anybody have a realisitc estimate of what I should list as a BIN on Ebay for??

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Post Posted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 4:59 pm 
 

This is an interesting one.  Shortly after the big the GG selloff (when they moved to 4e products), these boxes were in some demand.  Prices soared to up around $200.  Then the market got flooded.  It seems like the saturation is now over and these sets are harder to find again.

The hype is probably not the same now but I wouldn't be surprised if this one started to gain a bit again.  Even Castle Whiterock prices have been going up.  NK is now selling them for $80 and have only 7 left in stock.

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Post Posted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 6:17 pm 
 

I guess I should bought more of the Castle Whiterock sets at the buy one at regular price get three free sale at Gencon!!

  

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Post Posted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 8:12 pm 
 

NMilty wrote:I guess I should bought more of the Castle Whiterock sets at the buy one at regular price get three free sale at Gencon!!

At that price, yes.  Anything 3.5 is getting more difficult to find new in stores.

  

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Post Posted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 12:00 pm 
 

I have seen game stores in the Oregon RPG market where many Goodman modules are sitting on the shelves at cover price, including the DCC 35 boxed set.


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Post Posted: Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:10 pm 
 

There was an interesting item some days ago, here is the link :



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It seems that almost all the stuff was there, including the rares, the super rare, and some good additions for the completist, like My Friend the Formian (DCC# 4.5).

For some one who want the whole collection, why not... I think that the seller's evaluation was good... but there is a little chance that someone was looking for all modules.

  

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Post Posted: Mon Nov 22, 2010 6:18 pm 
 

I think the price for the lot is pretty high.  If you are counting up rares then (as ballpark figures):

$300 3.5
$100 17.5
$100 20.5
$100 30
$50 51
$50 35
$30 0
$30 12.5

That's $760.  The rest of mostly fodder.  Even paying $5 for each piece of fodder (say 60 items) brings the total to $1060.  I can see him getting his price if he sold everything individually, but generally if you are selling things as a lot you would expect a significant discount.  Maybe in this case $800 for the lot would be reasonble - pay top dollar for the rares and get the fodder for free.  Unless of course you can find that one person who wants it all.

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Post Posted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 8:18 am 
 

For my point of view, shipping charges are more and more high (US-> France...!), it is a good opportunity to gather modules and save on shipping. You won't have many chances to find all the rares together. The $1200 included the shipping within the US.

So if you don't have any modules, okay $1200 is a bit high but $1000 would be fair. And $800 a good deal !  :)

But, as you said, there is a little chance that someone is looking for all modules...

  


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Post Posted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 11:29 pm 
 

I don't have any DCC modules.

If someone could buy them and ship them to me.....




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Post Posted: Fri Dec 24, 2010 3:23 pm 
 

Hrm.. I have a signed 3.5 The Haunted Lighthouse that's been bagged and boarded since I got it. Wonder how much that's worth.

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