RPGaDAY Nineteen, Twenty, and Twenty-One

Mon 21 August 2017 by Renaissance Gamer from Renaissance Gamer

Which RPG features the best writing? This seems to be another way of asking which RPG do I enjoy reading the most, and there are a few which top the list. I have enjoyed reading Shadowrun RPG material over the years, because they use the conceit that what you are reading is a BBS/Forum post.…


#RPGaDAY: What Is The Best Source For Out-Of-Print RPGs?

Sun 20 August 2017 by Tim Knight from HeroPress

Before international postage costs went completely insane, I was a regular(ish) costumer of Noble Knight Games, but generally the best source for old games has always been eBay... aided by a well-worded search alert and a lot of patience.

If you wait long enough, everything eventually pops up on ...

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RPGaDAY #20 - Out-of-print RPGs

Sun 20 August 2017 by David Dolph from Big Ball of No Fun

What is the best source for out-of-print RPGs? 

If I am looking for a particular hard-copy of a game  I usually go to eBay first. The pricing tends to be fair and they usually have what I am looking for. Amazon sometimes has them but not as often and not ...

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#RPGADAY2017 - Day 20

Sun 20 August 2017 by Justin Isaac from Halls of the Nephilim

Day 20: What is the best source for out-of-print RPGs?

I'm going to go with Ebay on this one. While I do buy a lot of stuff from Half-Price Books, Ebay is my consistence source for out of print RPG material. I've purchased a few things from Noble ...

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