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Post Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 12:47 am 
 

Hello,

I'm a Necromancer fan, and have been acquiring what I can, but the Kenzer-series are tough to find locally, and I hate to spend the bucks to bring them in 'on-spec'... are they well done?  consistent in writing/map quality to the balance of their work?  a future collectible?  worth $20+?

(ok, the last is really, really subjective   :D   I guess, I'm wondering if this is a product line I need to add to the check-list)

Appreciate any thoughts & many thanks,
David

  

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Post Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 2:13 am 
 

davidc wrote:Hello,

I'm a Necromancer fan, and have been acquiring what I can, but the Kenzer-series are tough to find locally, and I hate to spend the bucks to bring them in 'on-spec'... are they well done?  consistent in writing/map quality to the balance of their work?  a future collectible?  worth $20+?

(ok, the last is really, really subjective   :D   I guess, I'm wondering if this is a product line I need to add to the check-list)

Appreciate any thoughts & many thanks,
David


The first few are printed on a glossy thin paper which many didn't like.  Later ones are printed on more of a regular paper.  I liked the adventures personally, some more then others, but I don't think I've read the last one (Elemental Moon).
As for price, I've not monitored them so have no clue.  As a collectible maybe only to a Necromancer Game completest (I'm one :) )

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