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Date: 2010-06-09 12:09
Subject: New EN World Post: I Have Too Much RPG Stuff!
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A new post here on Lemuria Press?

And no one had to die to make it happen?


I'm still stuck in publishing/moving my apartment hell in a way that will continue to keep me away from regular posting to this blog or Paperback Flash for the immediate future (my home office desk is not even assembled yet!), but I did manage to carve out some time to write up a new EN World column.

This month's installment, naturally, focuses on my recent move across town in Seattle, and reflects on what that move means for my elephantine RPG collection.

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Richard Green
User: richgreen01
Date: 2010-06-09 19:46 (UTC)
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Hey, welcome back to LJ!
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User: phalazar
Date: 2010-06-10 15:42 (UTC)
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Damn, I was there at the beginning of the year... I could not believe the shear volume of gaming stuff I had going all the way back to the original chainmail and DnD blue/gray boxed set. Even then when I finally had the willpower to get rid of it and ebay it all away my collection is still huge. I just recently put up several more boxes worth of stuff. I am down to just a couple of shelves with the growing pathfinder section getting bigger by the month. Then I went into my attic and realized I still have several hundred Dragon/Dungeon magazines still up there.

Hi my Name is Phalazar and I hoard gameing material.
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Montejon Wolf Smith: Alien
User: zonemind
Date: 2010-06-12 07:00 (UTC)
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Well, technically no one had to die, but I sacrificed a homeless man to the dark gods just to be on the safe side.
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User: lemuriapress
Date: 2010-06-15 22:03 (UTC)
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It worked!
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