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Post Posted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 11:33 am 
 

Can't help I'm afraid but thanks for posting, I love hearing about obscure rares that I'll never see :)  Good luck in your search Grolm, and welcome!


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Post Posted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 2:02 pm 
 

some will be harder to find than others. i'm sure you'll make someone happy with some of those prices, but to answer your pm to me, no i will not be selling my copies, nor do i have doubles at this time.

but if anyone is likely to have them for sale, this would be the place to unearth them. good luck.


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Post Posted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 9:35 pm 
 

Welcome to the boards Alexander;)

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Post Posted: Sun Jan 11, 2015 5:23 am 
 

Brette and Thunderdave, I thank you so much for yor warm welcome. And nice to meet you here.

I let you know when I find an item of These I am searching for. I am well aware that it will take a lot of time to collect some of these. But I have learned to be patience over the past years.  :D


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Post Posted: Sun Jan 11, 2015 11:59 am 
 

The_Grolm wrote in Skyrealms of Jorune:I let you know when I find an item of These I am searching for. I am well aware that it will take a lot of time to collect some of these. But I have learned to be patience over the past years.  :D

Greetings, too!

From your list, Earth-Tec does come up more frequently than the others on eBay and patience certainly should work in that case to acquire a copy within your budget, if you draw a blank here. (Although I'd be hopeful someone will have spares, or is tempted to sell :))

Do you have/are you collecting all the other "extras", too, such as the mask, t-shirt, poster (noted on the other thread), etc.


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Post Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 3:16 pm 
 

faro wrote in Skyrealms of Jorune:
The_Grolm wrote in Skyrealms of Jorune:Do you have/are you collecting all the other "extras", too, such as the mask, t-shirt, poster (noted on the other thread), etc.


I am not actively searching for them (searching for other items - besides working of course (you know what I mean) - consumes too much time). But if I seem them or get an offer I would of course buy them.  :)


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Post Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 6:00 pm 
 

*g* Know what y'mean... :)

I did a search back and the most recent Earth-Tec on eBay - just last month - was broadly "in line" with expectations; just slightly lower for not being a US/UK sale, perhaps. There was another good-looking copy (not on eBay, possibly the same copy) sold for under $30 back in September. The other items on your list are definitely more "difficult", although some have flown under the radar.


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Post Posted: Sat Jan 31, 2015 11:40 am 
 

Of course it is the "easiest" to get but it is a start. I am now a proud owner of the Jorune Earth-Tec.

My wantlist is now reduced to:

# Companion Jorune: Jorune Sholari Supplement - 300 $
# Maustin-Caji - 250 $
# Playing the Iscin Races - 200 $
# Shanthas of Jorune - 200 $


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Post Posted: Sat Mar 28, 2015 5:43 am 
 

Good moring

There is a progress on my quest. I just recieved my new Playing the Iscin Races. It looks fantastic.

Now my Jorune wantlist is reduced to only three items. I raised the prices for these remaining three:

# Companion Jorune: Jorune Sholari Supplement - 350 $
# Maustin-Caji - 300 $
# Shanthas of Jorune - 250 $


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Post Posted: Tue Oct 27, 2015 12:06 pm 
 

Quivering Trid-nodes, what have we here?!

Kinda late to the conversation here but I'm Geoff Gray, wrote a few Skyrealms bits and pieces back in the day for a then-fledgling White Wolf magazine and was quite involved in the whole Jorune scene. Put together the one-shot 'Sarceen's Knowledge' and spent some time with Andrew and Miles in the USA as the guys were putting the PC game together. Wow, way back in 1989. Good memories.

Nice to see some folks still interested in the wondrous, far flung reaches of Jorune and her crazy denizens!

  

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Post Posted: Tue Oct 27, 2015 12:45 pm 
 

Welcome to the forum Geoff!

  


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Post Posted: Tue Oct 27, 2015 5:49 pm 
 

Thank you kindly sir. Reading through this thread sure has brought back some memories today. So much so I boldly explored my loft and rediscovered a treasure trove of lovingly stored gear. Here's my own collection of Jorune:

1st Edition Jorune, inc errata sheet - excellent condition

Maustin Caji adventure module - excellent condition, signed by Andrew Leker (with personal message)

25 page Promo artbook with alt cover art

2nd Edition Jorune - perfect mint in shrinkwrap, unopened (obviously)

Companion Jorune: Burdoth - bit of wear, signed by Andrew Leker and M. Teves

Companion Jorune: Ardoth - bit of wear, signed by Andrew Leker and M. Teves

Earth-tec  - excellent condition, signed by Andrew Leker and M. Teves

Shanthas of Jorune (Special Pre-Release Edition) - excellent condition

Collection of concept sketches with notes/thoughts by Miles Teves

Essays of Jorune (Collection of design notes. Material not in final form and may appear significantly altered if published. Behind the scenes glimpses of SkyRealms Publishing):
#1 Places (2 pp) Andrew Leker
#2 Currency and Abstract: Food (3pp) Andrew Leker
#3 Earth-tec (2pp) David Ackerman
#4 Timeline (7pp)
#5 Intro for Crugar campaign (2pp) Mark wallace
#6 The Ramian Invasion of 3113 (2pp) Andrew Leker
#7 The legend of Caji Gends (3pp) Andrew Leker
#8 Clothing (3pp) Mark Wallace
#9 Thantier and Earth colonies of Jorune (2pp) Andrew leker
#10 Holidays (2pp) Andrew Leker

Advertising flyer - mint condition

White Wolf magazine #14 (inc. Segment Jorune - The Kantiss creature) - mint condition

White Wolf magazine #15 (inc. Segment Jorune - To rescue a Scarmis) - very good condition

GamesMaster magazine #2 (inc. reprint of Scarmis with new NPC artwork) - excellent condition

Phew, that's a mighty lot of sentimental value right there! I did have a Corastin mask back in the day, but time was not kind to it and after several years the poor thing expired in flaky latex chunks. Although I wrote, typed, illustrated,  layed-out and had printed the oneshot fan mag 'Sarceen's Knowledge' (with contributions from a chap called Alex Blair) I have no evidence of the fact. That's a major bummer, it included one of my favourite scenarios that I wrote. I'm also missing my original large illustrations of the Kantiss and the cover of the magazine, but given my lacking talent that's no great loss.

If anyone would like to know more about my time on Jorune they could certainly ask away, or PM me if they don't want to derail the thread. I assume its for collectors and not the rambling recollections of an old gamer (and remember - this is 25+ years ago).

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Post Posted: Sat Oct 31, 2015 10:13 pm 
 

no no... ramblings of old writers are always welcome;)

'Sarceen's Knowledge' is one of those mags that has eluded me so far...

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Post Posted: Wed Dec 09, 2015 10:31 am 
 

Hi,

I didn't make it clear at all, but all the items in my collection are for sale. Interested parties should best PM me to work out a mutually agreeable price and shipping logistics.

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Post Posted: Tue Dec 22, 2015 9:42 pm 
 

Geoff (OldThriddle) was kind enough to sell me some items and I just wanted to let everyone know that it was a pleasure to work with him, the items were fantastic and his packing was amazing, packed well and in a watertight bag. The arrival of the parcel was a great early Christmas present.
Thanks Geoff!


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