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A box with C&C artwork (read: Bradley's). Empty so I can fill it with my modules and Crusaders. About the size of the box sets the RPGs used to come in.

Mailed flat with scored lines to make folding it easier.

More then one style since I could fill about three or four.

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Thats what I've been using the slip cases for. Wish they'd come out with more of 'em because I got mine full of Crusaders and modules.

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Slip cases would be cool.

If this is a thread for any wishes, I'd wish they do some equipment guides. Not just arms, but equipment, too.
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More hardcover books. Not a lot, just a few.

1 for magic.

1 for demons & devils

and 1 for each airhde and HH

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A coffee table book of Peter's art!

For real, I love Peter's art.

or at least just the girlie art.
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Relaxo wrote:
A coffee table book of Peter's art!

For real, I love Peter's art.

or at least just the girlie art.

I'd but that in a heart beat!
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Relaxo wrote:
A coffee table book of Peter's art!

For real, I love Peter's art.

or at least just the girlie art.

Thirded! I've got one of his large prints framed on teh wall of the computer room and it gets comments from everyone who sees it.

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A re-issue of the white box set that's all cleaned and prettied up and that incorporates all the errata.
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[quote="Lord Dynel"]Slip cases would be cool.

If this is a thread for any wishes, I'd wish they do some equipment guides. Not just arms, but equipment, too. [/quote]

You mean sorta like Aurora's Whole Realms catalogue was? Still use that book for stuff.
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You mean sorta like Aurora's Whole Realms catalogue was? Still use that book for stuff.

I would love fro them to do their own interpretation of Aurora's Whole Realms Catalogue!

Call it " The Empress' Market" or some such, base it on New Aenochia.
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DangerDwarf wrote:
Thats what I've been using the slip cases for. Wish they'd come out with more of 'em because I got mine full of Crusaders and modules.

Slip cases? Isnt that just a clear plastic cover?

btw, a Peter Bradley artbook would be cool.
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A re-issue of the white box set that's all cleaned and prettied up and that incorporates all the errata.

Definitely. Throw in everything that has been learned by better layout, some more artwork, and all of the eratta bits, and you have my TLG WISH PRODUCT too.
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yeah, Aurora's catalog was fun!
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Forget the Leatherettes, I want a DUCT TAPE cover book set!
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C&C Basic Boxed Set

Races: Human, Elf, Dwarf, Halfling

Classes: Fighter, Wizard, Thief, Cleric

It would handle levels 1-5
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An Outremer Gazetteer. Tome of Magic like book, Pete's contact list for his models and C&C Basic.
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Omote wrote:
Definitely. Throw in everything that has been learned by better layout, some more artwork, and all of the eratta bits, and you have my TLG WISH PRODUCT too.
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I've been bugging Steve about this for a long time. Even offered to do it for him. You could pack the revised white box set and A0, A1, and A1.1 + A1.2 all together in a digest format for the ultimate set! The Blacktooth Ridge campaign! Sweet Jesus, I've died and gone to heaven...

Where's the WHITE BOX LOVE? Steve? Did I mention I can do cool things for the website? Hello? I guess I'll have to talk to you at TrollCon then...

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Go0gleplex wrote:
You mean sorta like Aurora's Whole Realms catalogue was? Still use that book for stuff.

That's exactly what I mean. I still use it, too, but I'd love to have a C&C version, to be honest.
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AMEN BROTHER!

I've been bugging Steve about this for a long time. Even offered to do it for him. You could pack the revised white box set and A0, A1, and A1.1 + A1.2 all together in a digest format for the ultimate set! The Blacktooth Ridge campaign! Sweet Jesus, I've died and gone to heaven...

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Count me in as willing to help with that project. I'd love to keep the white box C&C going.
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[quote="Lord Dynel"][quote="Go0gleplex"][quote="Lord Dynel"]Slip cases would be cool.

If this is a thread for any wishes, I'd wish they do some equipment guides. Not just arms, but equipment, too. [/quote]

You mean sorta like Aurora's Whole Realms catalogue was? Still use that book for stuff. [/quote]

That's exactly what I mean. I still use it, too, but I'd love to have a C&C version, to be honest.[/quote]

Ditto that. some of the stuff in Aurora's isn't really needed...and I'm sure a C&C version can improve on it greatly.
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Actually, I wouldn't mind seeing 'compilations' of modules in a perfect bound format (corrected as needed of course).

Something like the I1-3 nut in one book. Once existing stock of the modules are sold of course.

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moriarty777 wrote:
Actually, I wouldn't mind seeing 'compilations' of modules in a perfect bound format (corrected as needed of course).

Something like the I1-3 nut in one book. Once existing stock of the modules are sold of course.

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Yeah, good idea. I was just thinking of something like that myself.

If a compendium idea isn't feasible, a boxed set would be great. Maybe throw in a fold-out regional map, and add something that's only available in the box (a short scenario, or a player's guide to the region, something like that).

You could do this for the A series, Haunted Highlands, the U series, pretty much anything, really.

Pricing should be just a bit less that buying all the contents separately, I guess.

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Count me in as willing to help with that project. I'd love to keep the white box C&C going.

I thought the whole point of the White Box set was to emulate the old D&D boxed set. As, far as I am concerned they have done a bang on job that made me very happy.

You want more snazzy stuff? You have looked at what else TLG is putting out right? Why does everything have to be modern and up to date. You've got all this other C&C stuff and you just want to clone the white box set into a mini version of something you already have?

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>Not only am I against the idea... I don't understand it.

I am not saying to totally revamp the White box - all I am saying is that it would be nice to have a "revised" version that corrects all the typos and adds the errata from the 3 little books. All of Pete's art can stay too. Maybe a 4th book could be added?(or available separately) - to include a white box version of A1 (with parts 1 & 2), thus making the set even cooler. I am a serious grognard, I love the digest sized version of the game and hope that Steve would put more out in that format. Just brings back that good ol' days....

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I don't think C&C White Box exactly emulates OD&D. It's clearly SIEGE. It's clearly Castles & Crusades. The C&C White Box is it's own thing, but more an homage to OD&D then anything else. As the first C&C rules set, C&C White Box had it's issues I think. It's not presented in the best way, and could use some eratta. And because this is the purest form of C&C IMO, White Box deserves to be the best it can be, and therefore updated.

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aztecman wrote:
I am not saying to totally revamp the White box - all I am saying is that it would be nice to have a "revised" version that corrects all the typos and adds the errata from the 3 little books. All of Pete's art can stay too. Maybe a 4th book could be added?(or available separately) - to include a white box version of A1 (with parts 1 & 2), thus making the set even cooler... I love the digest sized version of the game and hope that Steve would put more out in that format. Just brings back that good ol' days...

Exactly. Add in to the books a better layout to present more information, and oh yeah you have the pure amazing.

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aztecman wrote:
I am not saying to totally revamp the White box - all I am saying is that it would be nice to have a "revised" version that corrects all the typos and adds the errata from the 3 little books. All of Pete's art can stay too.

Understood and with you here.
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I personally would not like a 4th book added, but having separate digest sized books that you could buy and add to the classic white box... now that would be cool.
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Sir Ironside wrote:
but having separate digest sized books that you could buy and add to the classic white box... now that would be cool.

Ok, I am down with that. It would be like the additional Greyhawk, Blackmoor books that came out with the LBB's. It'd be niceto see some classic C&C adventures like this too.
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maasenstodt wrote:
A re-issue of the white box set that's all cleaned and prettied up and that incorporates all the errata.

Mine too!
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