Sunday, March 15, 2009

Missing RPG Books

When you move households, things get lost. It stinks, but it happens. I was meticulous in preparing my RPG books for our recent move, but despite all my precautions, I'm missing one small box of books. The real tragedy is the books that were inside:

-In Harm's Way
-Pathfinder Chronicles: Campaign Setting
-Pathfinder Chronicles: Gazetteer

There were a couple of others, but those are the ones that really hurt, because I don't have the money to replace them. I also have the pdf copy of In Harm's Way, but there's jjust something about having a print copy, you know? The Pathfinder Campaign Setting was a gold mine of ideas and inspiration, and was a gift from a good friend, which really stings. The Gazetteer (which was from last year's ENnies) was very Greyhawk-esque, and was a great introduction to the world of Golarion. That's probably the one I can afford to replace sometime hopefully sooner rather than later. As for the rest, I'll just have to keep hoping they show up. But I can't think of where else they'd be.

12 comments:

Questing GM said...

Ouch! It would still wouldn't be too bad if i lose either but losing both the Campaign Setting and the Gazetter? That's gotta hurt.

Get Jason or James to give you an autographed replacement for pimping their game on your site. ;)

Squach said...

Shoot me an email (thetomeshow at gmail dot com), I might be able to help you out with the Pathfinder books to some degree.

Zachary The First said...

@Questing: Yeah, it pretty much stinks. Hey, I'm just happy they agreed to do interviews with my tiny little corner of the internet! :) I think both interviews (Jason's hits tomorrow) are pretty good stuff.

@Squach: Really? Will do! Thanks!

Stupid Ranger said...

That's tough, losing books like that in the move. I'm still going through boxes from our move back in November because I still have gaps on my bookshelves.

Good luck on finding your books. :)

Scott Malthouse said...

Gah! Not Pathfinder goodness. That really sucks. I agree with Questing GM, pimping means prizes.

Zachary The First said...

I've asked Paizo to be included on their list for review copies (pdf?) of new product for the purpose of providing thorough, comprehensive, objective reviews (though I have not heard back on that yet). I wouldn't want to do anything else to compromise that possibility or call the integrity and impartiality of any reviews I do into question. So I'll just be happy that they've agreed to do these interviews, and I'll pimp any good product I enjoy. :)

Thanks for the kind comments, though, fellas!

clash bowley said...

Email me your address, Zachary. I have an extra copy I didn't sell at GenCon.

-clash

Lon said...

I have moved about 15 times since high school and something disappears each time I do.

Zachary The First said...

@ clash: Are you sure? That is super-nice of you!

Questing GM said...

There's a list of getting review copies? (Eyes glitters) I wish my blog was important enough for them to give me something to review.

Zachary The First said...

I don't know if there is or not, but I at least inquired on it. I still have items to review, but since I'm bumping up my Paizo coverage a bit, I figured it would be a good step!

clash bowley said...

Not a problem, Zachary. I don't have your new address or I would have just sent it.

-clash