Why I'm very happy today

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Why I'm very happy today

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I dont know about you guys, but I've been waiting a long time to get this boxed set. And at this price I think it was a steal.
http://cgi.ebay.ca:80/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... :BCA:CA:11

What can I say? It's my guilty pleasure.
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Wow, very cool. I'd completely forgotten about that rpg.

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Fun game. Hope you like playing it.

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Post by Nifelhein »

And not the cscreen?
http://cgi.ebay.ca/GhostBusters-RPG-Gho ... dZViewItem
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Wow I haven't thought of that game IN YEARS! Congrats!
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Very nice pick up. Fun game, but I always tried to write comedy into the plots. That is a very hard endeavor.

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Post by angelius »

Well, maybe the screen. I'm not that hot on that one.
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Hehe, "ghost master".
Enjoy the game.
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I put in a bid, problem is that i think that the GM screen would be kinda distracting!

I loved that game as a kid and it's near impossible to find such a good specimen these days. I'm actually shocked that no one bidded on it. I put in a $80 bid with 6 seconds left. I expected it to go for at least $55.
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Congrats on the pick-up.
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Congrats, now go bust those damn ghosts! heh
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Post by rabindranath72 »

angelius wrote:
I put in a bid, problem is that i think that the GM screen would be kinda distracting!

I loved that game as a kid and it's near impossible to find such a good specimen these days. I'm actually shocked that no one bidded on it. I put in a $80 bid with 6 seconds left. I expected it to go for at least $55.

Had I known...

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rabindranath72 wrote:
Had I known...

I know! 4 bids! It's insulting to the legacy of GB RPG!

LOL when it comes to RPG collecting money is not an option.
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angelius wrote:
I know! 4 bids! It's insulting to the legacy of GB RPG!

LOL when it comes to RPG collecting money is not an option.

Don't tell me...just "wasted" a number of euros on some items...

Well, I also got some HUGE bargains: the first three Mentzer Classic sets (previously I only had the italian versions), complete with boxes in VG conditions, for 2 dollars! TWO DOLLARS! No one bid!

And the 1st Edition Lankhmar sourcebook with the first two modules for 7 dollars, in NM conditions. Here too, no one bid! And the past week I bought an Immortal set in NM conditions for 15$. Lucky period

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