Using my powers of Necromancy, I am raising the thread from the dead!
So, I was digging through my game collection tonight, and I realized that I have a ton of things gathering dust. Knowin that I will be moving soon, perhaps for an extended stay in France, I decided to come here and see if anybody might like to take these off my hands (I must admit that I didn't want JudgeDredd make it look like Scots where more generous than us bloated Americans) .
Here is a list of games I have, that can be given new homes:
- Crown of Glory taken: mmcot
- Uncommon Valor taken: marcusm
- Flashpoint Germany taken: apathetic lurker
- Korsun Pocket (Retail CD with Player's Guide) taken: elcidcd
- Supremacy taken: Marauders
Chances are, as I keep digging, I will come up with more.
- Ground Control II (CD and Manual) RTS - by the makers of World in Conflict: taken: Nim8or
- Halo - PC edition (CD) FPS
- Conflict Zone (CD and Manual) RTS
So here is the small caveat. I am a graduate student living on a stipend and my wife's income. So, although I am not technically selling these games, if you could help with the $3-5 of postal fees (envelope and postage) that would be great. I am willing to send to Canada (which is sometimes cheaper than domestic) but I can't afford the heavy costs of overseas. I don't expect anything in return really, but if you feel like giving a donation to help fund a fellow wargamer, that is up to your discretion. Also, I wouldn't be adverse to a donation/trade of Hornet Leader, Napoleon in Italy, or For Liberty, if someone is so inclined. Again, that is all up to you!
So if anyone is interested in these games, let me know. I have a post office pretty nearby (one on campus) and I can send them out after getting a PM. It is a first come, first served basis here, so if you are interested, let me know!
I'll update, like JD, when things get claimed!
< Message edited by Son_of_Montfort -- 1/25/2008 8:09:41 PM >
"Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoscet!"
(Kill them all. God will know his own.)
-- Arnaud-Armaury, the Albigensian Crusade