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Post Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2005 4:55 pm 
 

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bclarkie wrote:I would bid, but for some reason prestorjor has me blocked. :? I only dealt with him once in the past and everything went perfectly on both ends, but for some reason he put me on his blocked list. I emailed him a few to find out why, but he/she never responded. :? Oh well, not really my loss....




Ditto. He blocks anyone that does resales. Apparently it's ok for him to sell stuff, but not other folks :o




well thats pretty lame imo. what is the point of that. not every reseller resells everything ya know (thats me included)...



guess he didnt notice fluffy then, who sells too from time to time   :D



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Post Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2005 5:57 pm 
 

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Ditto. He blocks anyone that does resales. Apparently it's ok for him to sell stuff, but not other folks :o




well thats pretty lame imo. what is the point of that. not every reseller resells everything ya know (thats me included)...



guess he didnt notice fluffy then, who sells too from time to time :D



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Well like I said, whatever. I am certainly much more of a buyer then a seller as my selling is done simply to help pay for my collecting. He has probably cost himself a good $150.00 or so over the last couple of months for things that I would have bought for my own collection. The thing that bothers me the most is the fact that I asked 3 different times weeks apart to give me a simple explanation for why I was blocked and was never even given the courtesy of a repsonse. You figure the least he could have done is said, "I dont like you, f*ck off". Oh well, looks like I will be buying from other sellers to complete my collection, it is not like there is a shortage of them. :)


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Post Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2005 6:01 pm 
 


guess he didnt notice fluffy then, who sells too from time to time    





I'll find out whether he will notice in the next 7 days, when bids start being cancelled :) Means it'll be a quiet auction for a change.



Azurah, I've also been chatting with my bankaccount. It's very angry with me not buying sufficient collectibles the last months and demands I win these auctions. Horrible, isn't it  :twisted:

  

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Post Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2005 6:07 pm 
 

BC, maybe you outbid him on something a while back and he's pissed at you?


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Post Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2005 6:17 pm 
 

mbassoc2003 wrote:BC, maybe you outbid him on something a while back and he's pissed at you?




I don't know anyhting is possible. :?  I can tell you though if I did outbid him on something he had to have been using a different User ID.


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Post Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2005 6:09 am 
 

Well, I guess this explains it (sorta) - an email I received from prestorjor regarding the auctions:



I've been listing several OOP items from my personal collection in the last few days. Since I did not obtain them from distributors, they do not conflict with my distributor agreements. If you wish to bid on my older items for your own personal use, you can, but you will need to email me first so I can make sure the items aren't in conflict with my distributors. Yes, you can bid on the 2 'EARLY DRAFT' auctions, provided they are for your personal collection and not for resale. If bclarkie wants to bid, he'll have to email me directly for permission rather than going through the heresay channels. My distributor contracts only cover North America, not Europe. Since the roleplaying infrastructure in Europe is still in its infancy, and we have little influence over there, the only way we can promote roleplaying there is with the help of sellers. If they go out of business, so does the industry. Unlike the U.S., where there is far more product than sellers can handle, and where sellers can obtain it almost anywhere, European sellers have a problem of limited supply. Thanks.




I dunno. Seems like a crappy attitude for a seller to have, but maybe he's got some good reasons. *shrugs*

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Post Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2005 7:29 am 
 

GraysonAC wrote:Well, I guess this explains it (sorta) - an email I received from prestorjor regarding the auctions:



I've been listing several OOP items from my personal collection in the last few days. Since I did not obtain them from distributors, they do not conflict with my distributor agreements. If you wish to bid on my older items for your own personal use, you can, but you will need to email me first so I can make sure the items aren't in conflict with my distributors. Yes, you can bid on the 2 'EARLY DRAFT' auctions, provided they are for your personal collection and not for resale. If bclarkie wants to bid, he'll have to email me directly for permission rather than going through the heresay channels. My distributor contracts only cover North America, not Europe. Since the roleplaying infrastructure in Europe is still in its infancy, and we have little influence over there, the only way we can promote roleplaying there is with the help of sellers. If they go out of business, so does the industry. Unlike the U.S., where there is far more product than sellers can handle, and where sellers can obtain it almost anywhere, European sellers have a problem of limited supply. Thanks.




I dunno. Seems like a crappy attitude for a seller to have, but maybe he's got some good reasons. *shrugs*




Thanks for the info, but I really don't get the comment "the hearsay channels". :? I emailed him directly 3 times and all 3 attempts were ignored completely. The first and only time I have brought up the fact that I was blocked was yesterday, and the only one who responded with a possible answer was yourself, and basically what you had said was  actually the case.  It is totally in his right to run his auctions however he wants, and it is definitely nice to know, but I think I will pass. :)


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Post Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2005 9:00 am 
 

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Thanks for the info, but I really don't get the comment "the hearsay channels". :? I emailed him directly 3 times and all 3 attempts were ignored completely. The first and only time I have brought up the fact that I was blocked was yesterday, and the only one who responded with a possible answer was yourself, and basically what you had said was actually the case. It is totally in his right to run his auctions however he wants, and it is definitely nice to know, but I think I will pass. :)




sorry i think its all a load of bo**ocks, the seller is clealy so far up his own a**e i just simply wont deal with him - i was gonna grab a load of stuff, but no thanks.



distributors my butt.....lots of the OOP stuff...what the hell will they have to do with distributors now??!!



in the end, would you be that overly bothered about it all? if you know resellers are gonna come n buy, just up the price so they wont buy, simple as that.



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Post Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2005 3:50 pm 
 

Seems like an odd stance to take to me as well - if your prices are low enough that it's worth the time of us resellers to come and buy your stuff to resell... well, your prices could use some work ;)

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Post Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 6:07 pm 
 

Anyone ever bid on something and win, then realize just how much it cost... and that it was at least two paychecks... and you'll be eating noodle soup and taking the bus to work for the next month but you don't care because you have more kidney stones and your boyfriend broke up with you yesterday and instead of chocolate, you buy D&D stuff to make you happy? Yeah, that just happened to me.  :oops:


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Post Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 6:11 pm 
 

Azurah wrote:Anyone ever bid on something and win, then realize just how much it cost... and that it was at least two paychecks... and you'll be eating noodle soup and taking the bus to work for the next month but you don't care because you have more kidney stones and your boyfriend broke up with you yesterday and instead of chocolate, you buy D&D stuff to make you happy? Yeah, that just happened to me. :oops:




Well, I must say nice wins on those Planescape drafts they actually went cheaper than I thought. :) I wish that I only had 2 pachesks worth of RPG debt right now though. :roll:  Sorry to hear about your other stuff though. :(  I hope everything works out.


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Post Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 6:26 pm 
 

Azurah wrote:Anyone ever bid on something and win, then realize just how much it cost... and that it was at least two paychecks... and you'll be eating noodle soup and taking the bus to work for the next month but you don't care because you have more kidney stones and your boyfriend broke up with you yesterday and instead of chocolate, you buy D&D stuff to make you happy? Yeah, that just happened to me. :oops:




No, but then from a pesamist:

You have a job and can eventually pay it off.

Noodle soup comes in at least 4 flavors.

The bus is better then walking.

If the stones are big enough you could make dice out of them and then have an untopable geek story.

**** him..there are other Berks in the Outlands.

Chocolate lasts only so long, D&D stuff is around to enjoy for a long long time.



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Post Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 6:31 pm 
 

A good friend of mine had kidney stones so I know on good authority that they are extremely painful... and he's a big, tough guy.  

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Post Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 6:36 pm 
 

dathon wrote:A good friend of mine had kidney stones so I know on good authority that they are extremely painful... and he's a big, tough guy.

Best fortune for the near future.


Kidney stones are for life too. You can keep them in a jar, or varnish them and use them as paperweights. You could even have one cut and mounted in a pendant for your wife.


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Post Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 8:04 pm 
 

Azurah - great win there - congrats :)



sorry to hear of your misfortunes :(



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Post Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 11:16 pm 
 

Wow, thanks for the congrats, guys. I'm always so happy to see how supportive everyone is here. You guys are really awesome.



I'll keep smiling just for you, Al. And yeah, I won't even go into how painful kidney stones are. :{ Though if I ever pass a stone big enough to make dice out of... *shakes head*



Anyhow, thanks. You guys cheered me up and allowed me to feel happy that I won.



And to get back on track, this person has some Blood Wars cards with not-so-bad BIN's.



cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem& ... 8732968264

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still didnt really get any answers from the other thread with regards to blood wards. are they worth getting? as i said, i have i got two full boxes shrinked, but wanted to know if they actually have some value to deem it worth being bothered much with them ....



yeah with the kidney stones, you could have them sculpted into special planescape dice. wow pretty unique items :)



  


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Post Posted: Sun Dec 04, 2005 4:10 am 
 

Sorry, Al. ;) Consider that post answered.



I can see the auction header, now: One of a kind Planescape Dice! Made from kidney stones!



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Post Posted: Sun Dec 04, 2005 4:44 am 
 

Azurah wrote:Sorry, Al. ;) Consider that post answered.



I can see the auction header, now: One of a kind Planescape Dice! Made from kidney stones!



Ew.




well empowered guy might pay $500 for each dice. and if you work it right, you could have a nice production line going :)



pretty painful but worth it when youre a millionaire :D



creep could find some super-amazing sales angle for them too, so hey there ya go :D



  


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Post Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 2:48 am 
 

That's one money-making production line I think I'll pass on. Haha! Pass! Bad pun.



Anyhow. Faction stickers popping up... two halves of what would have been an uncut sheet, but all there and still nice. :)



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