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Post Posted: Sat Mar 04, 2006 9:33 am 
 

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bclarkie wrote:I tried to check mine and for some reason its MIA. :?


   Look under the cat?

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Nope, it can't be.  If it is there, then I have more problems than I realized, because we don't have a cat. :wink:


Mars wrote:Mabye its at the bottom of the pile in the Gangbuster's box.


Oh, smart a$$ huh. :lol:  Its not there either, that pile you refer to has long since moved.  That was only a temporary situation so that I could take my pictures. :wink:


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Post Posted: Tue Mar 07, 2006 10:51 pm 
 

bclarkie wrote:
MShipley88 wrote:
   Look under the cat?

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Nope, it can't be.  If it is there, then I have more problems than I realized, because we don't have a cat. :wink:


   I find that hard to believe.  From the photographs I have seen on the Acaeum, every great RPG collector must have a cat to randomly menace his collection.  I think it's sort of like an evil supergenius must have a pet as a prop...possibly the one thing he loves?   :?

   What would RPG collecting be without the possibility of scratches and piss all over your games?   :wink:

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Post Posted: Wed Mar 08, 2006 2:48 pm 
 

MShipley88 wrote:
bclarkie wrote:
Nope, it can't be.  If it is there, then I have more problems than I realized, because we don't have a cat. :wink:


   I find that hard to believe.  From the photographs I have seen on the Acaeum, every great RPG collector must have a cat to randomly menace his collection.  I think it's sort of like an evil supergeniue must have a pet as a prop...possibly the one thing he loves?   :?

   What would RPG collecting be without the possibility of scratches and piss all over your games?   :wink:

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No kidding. It is why it is a good thing to add a sword or two to your collection. ... ;)


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 08, 2006 4:08 pm 
 

Morgaine, Denizens of Tharus, and Shaman. I take it none of these were ever published? Does anyone know any different?


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 08, 2006 4:28 pm 
 

I don't believe so.
Haven't checked dates on the Demons stuff, but am sure they are the last products produced before the lawsuit:
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Post Posted: Sat Mar 11, 2006 12:38 am 
 

Ethesis wrote:
MShipley88 wrote:
   I find that hard to believe.  From the photographs I have seen on the Acaeum, every great RPG collector must have a cat to randomly menace his collection.  I think it's sort of like an evil supergeniue must have a pet as a prop...possibly the one thing he loves?   :?

   What would RPG collecting be without the possibility of scratches and piss all over your games?   :wink:

Mark   8)


No kidding. It is why it is a good thing to add a sword or two to your collection. ... ;)


   In my fantasy movie, "Dr. RPG Evil" is sitting at a dining table, lovingly stroking a copy of Menzobarranzan.   :lol:

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Post Posted: Sun Mar 12, 2006 7:01 pm 
 

mbassoc2003 wrote:Morgaine, Denizens of Tharus, and Shaman. I take it none of these were ever published? Does anyone know any different?


I understand that the "Shaman" product published by TSR in the 90's was essentially an unpublished Mayfair manuscript, so it is probably the same Shaman; ditto for Chronomancer.  Anyone have any other info?

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