Thursday, July 16, 2009

Labyrinth Lord Summer Sale

Goblinoid Games is having a summer sales event. There are a limited number of softcover Labyrinth Lord rulebooks available for $17.95 + free shipping to anywhere in the United States. These softcover books are not Lulu copies but high-quality paperbacks with laminated covers.

Check out the Goblinoid Games website for more information.

13 comments:

  1. Just placed an order. I was going to get one anyway at GenCon, so why not now? :)

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  2. Thanks Anthony! Unfortunately there won't be any at GenCon this year, but maybe next year.

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  3. Times like this I wish I had a US postal address I could rely on.

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  4. "Unfortunately there won't be any at GenCon this year, but maybe next year."

    Ah! Then it's a good thing I ordered when I did! :)

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  5. I bought one too, about a week ago, and I'm eagerly awaiting its arrival.

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  6. Hey John, should be any day now, I remember sending your out.

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  7. Hmmm...I got my from a neighborhood retailer already...sorry.

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  8. cool. I have been meaning to pick this up for a while now because of how much fun I have been having with Mutant Future. I am glad I waited till now. Sold!

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  9. You know, Dan, I recently picked up a copy of Mongoose's "pocket sized" Traveller rulebook and it's just so neat. Any chance you might even offer LL in that format?

    http://www.mongoosepublishing.com/home/detail.php?qsID=1616

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  10. Hi Will, I've been thinking about it for a while. It's possible. I'm trying to get some other things taken care of first. One thing is that the LL book would have many more pages in a 6x9 format, and I wonder if it would be better to split it into a character and rules book and a monster and treasure book. It will cost some money to do, since I'd need all new art,

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  11. Thanks for the heads-up! Just ordered a copy.

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  12. I've taken the LL pdf and printed it up as a comb-bound booklet, no changes other than the automatic re-sizing. Some might find the text a smidge small, but it's been serving very well.

    Picture HERE if interested

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  13. Thanks Kilgore. Yeah, printing to a different paper size is one thing, but the printers don't do it that way AFAIK, but I'll look into it.

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