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Post Posted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 8:41 am 
 

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Post Posted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 4:42 pm 
 

Lair of the Spider Mother.....

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Post Posted: Tue May 01, 2012 12:21 am 
 

lordan wrote:Lair of the Spider Mother.....

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That's one bad mother.   8O


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Post Posted: Tue May 01, 2012 8:11 am 
 

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Post Posted: Tue May 01, 2012 9:47 am 
 

Ended overnight, but does anyone recognize this RQ errata sheet/booklet?  I couldn't place it.

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Post Posted: Wed May 02, 2012 10:42 pm 
 

One of the two adventure books in the DCC 35 Box Set.

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Was wondering when/if those would show up for individual sale.


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Post Posted: Wed May 02, 2012 11:22 pm 
 

Gnat the Beggar wrote:One of the two adventure books in the DCC 35 Box Set.

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Was wondering when/if those would show up for individual sale.

Fifty bucks apiece?  8O   Deep Dwarven Delve they arent.....and I still think people are bloody idiots for spending the money they do for that thing.  :?


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Post Posted: Wed May 02, 2012 11:35 pm 
 

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Gnat the Beggar wrote:One of the two adventure books in the DCC 35 Box Set.

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Was wondering when/if those would show up for individual sale.

Fifty bucks apiece?  8O   Deep Dwarven Delve they arent.....and I still think people are bloody idiots for spending the money they do for that thing.  :?

They strike me as close to worthless. Not sure how they would benefit a collector. Besides, at that kind of price you can get a new copy of the whole set. At least L3 had some lore and the pedigree.

  


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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 12:09 am 
 

Incomplete Ptolus set:  $100 with 2 days left (CD missing, along with a bookmark):

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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 2:36 am 
 

Uncommon Dungeons & Dragons 3D Puzzle from 1984


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it is referenced at tomesoftreasures
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A previous one was sold for $41, from the same seller

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A quick research on Ebay gives also this one, visibly not sold (3 rejected offers)

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and another one with a very high BIN option

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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 3:08 am 
 

low starting price for this MERP Umbar campaign module

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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 9:07 am 
 

Gnat the Beggar wrote:One of the two adventure books in the DCC 35 Box Set.

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Was wondering when/if those would show up for individual sale.


Don't these also need the maps from the box set to play?

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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 9:46 am 
 

Mars wrote:Don't these also need the maps from the box set to play?


No they do not.
The Maps are for the entire world setting, hence the Gazetteer which is also part of the box set.

The two adventure books could be used/played separately with nothing else needed from the box set.
The only thing the DCC adventures and the Gazetteer maps have in common is that the DMs Maps show the DCC number to place the locations for all of the DCC Adventures which Goodman had produced up to that point (including 35A and 35B).

FWIW: I have sold over a dozen Box Sets of DCC 35 over the past 3 years all at around $45 more or less.
They came to me without the maps and I sold them with free paper copies of the maps that I had plotted myself.
Those were all otherwise complete box sets.
I agree that at the price of $49.99 those listings are ridiculously high for those adventure books and IMO the only persons who would hit those BINs are uninformed newbie's who do not know what the adventure books are from.
Someone might also think they are rare modules like the limited releases from various Conventions.

That said, I stated the same thing for a couple of Judges Guild maps that were listed not long ago with the same prices.
One listing was for ONE of two maps (no book, just ONE map) for a very common book set (Sea Steeds & Wave Riders) that complete set normally sells for around $15 in the Shrink Wrap.
Another listing was for a Judges copy of the City Map for the Revised City State of the Invincible Overlord which commonly sells for around $10...
You can get an entire Revised CSIO play aid package for about the same price as that one Judges map alone sold for...
Right now another copy of the Sea Steeds Map is listed on e-Bay at the same price of $49.99 by that same seller.
(It could be the same copy, that was not paid for for some reason)

Newbie's just do not know any better.
I know, I was once a newbie myself and even now I can sometimes get overly excited about items I know little or nothing about and overreach for them...


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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 1:06 pm 
 

Gnat the Beggar wrote: the only persons who would hit those BINs are uninformed newbie's who do not know


That is the target audience of this seller.  At least he states (this time) that these are the incomplete components of the box set - probably something we wouldn't have seen last week until he got busted for it.

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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 1:26 pm 
 

Gnat the Beggar wrote:One of the two adventure books in the DCC 35 Box Set.

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Was wondering when/if those would show up for individual sale.



I was looking at the minotaur module thinking, "Wow, this must be an ultra-rare DCC module.  Why haven't I heard of it?"

Then I realized what it was.

This listing is just fishing for idiots.  Aren't the entire boxed sets not much more than that?


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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 1:40 pm 
 

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Gnat the Beggar wrote:One of the two adventure books in the DCC 35 Box Set.

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Was wondering when/if those would show up for individual sale.



I was looking at the minotaur module thinking, "Wow, this must be an ultra-rare DCC module.  Why haven't I heard of it?"

Then I realized what it was.

This listing is just fishing for idiots.  Aren't the entire boxed sets not much more than that?



Gnat has sold a bunch recently with copied maps in the $35 range. (His map copies are excellent by the way) but I just started listing items again since I need to clear some space. In the past the DCC set would go for closer to $100 a set. Personally my feeling is that with the new DCCRPG you aren't going to be seeing these DCC35 sets go for anywhere near $35. I've also always thought that the two modules are the gold of the set and never had any use for the DCC world setting. My prices aren't set to attract new buyers, they are just what I think the modules are worth. Both by Harley Stroh and infinitely better than the mangled version of L3 that was in the TSR Silver Anniversary set.

I've probably just been away from ebay too long but I value a DCC35 set with both modules at about $90 to $100 so I set the prices for individual modules (which I believe you can't get outside of the DCC35 boxed set) at $50 each.

At the very least high asking prices should bring out some competition to undercut them. I always price, after checking to see what something is currently selling for, to either undercut competition or at what I value an item to be.


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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 2:05 pm 
 

Yes, those modules can be found ONLY in that box set.
Well... I have seen a PDF of them as well, but as a hard copy.... only in the box.

Yes, as stated above, I have sold about 12 DCC 35 Box Sets in the past 3 years with copied maps.
Those maps are full size paper and are printed in full color.
The map copies (cost to print; paper/ink) alone cost about what those sets have been selling for.
Obviously I was not selling them for a huge profit, otherwise I would have long ago tossed out the boxes and gazetteer books and sold the adventure books in separate listings like Jason is now.

I only have two of those copied map sets left.
Plan to eventually sell one and keep the last set for reading/playing.
But I will wait a while before doing so as the last set is in very good condition and I want more than $35 for that one.
All my other DCC35 sets are Shrink Wrapped...


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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 2:25 pm 
 

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Cloudlands at $9.99 BIN also at a decent price.

Same seller (he is a member here) has other items listed most with BINs, but most are priced high enough for for him to keep rather than sell. :P


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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 2:41 pm 
 

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Gnat has sold a bunch recently with copied maps in the $35 range. (His map copies are excellent by the way) but I just started listing items again since I need to clear some space. In the past the DCC set would go for closer to $100 a set. Personally my feeling is that with the new DCCRPG you aren't going to be seeing these DCC35 sets go for anywhere near $35. I've also always thought that the two modules are the gold of the set and never had any use for the DCC world setting. My prices aren't set to attract new buyers, they are just what I think the modules are worth. Both by Harley Stroh and infinitely better than the mangled version of L3 that was in the TSR Silver Anniversary set.

I've probably just been away from ebay too long but I value a DCC35 set with both modules at about $90 to $100 so I set the prices for individual modules (which I believe you can't get outside of the DCC35 boxed set) at $50 each.

At the very least high asking prices should bring out some competition to undercut them. I always price, after checking to see what something is currently selling for, to either undercut competition or at what I value an item to be.



Oh - is this your listing, Jason?

By all means, I hope you get the $50 price.  Someone might value it that high.


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Post Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 3:57 pm 
 

FormCritic wrote:Someone might value it that high.


Someone who just doesn't know any better.

There are 4 sales of these boxed sets containing both modules in the last 2 weeks at $35.  But we all know Jason's skew on "valuation".

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