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Online Yard Sale #2 – Game night! #PS4 #tabletop #roleplaying

April 28, 2017
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(This is the 2nd “Online Yard Sale” post.  The first one has blu rays and DVDs, you can find them here.  Short version, I’m unemployed and need help paying bills, so I’m selling my stuff.  Please share this post with your friends/social networks who might be interested in buying.)

Today’s OYS post is about games.  A couple Playstation 4 games, a couple board games and a BUNCH of roleplaying games/sourcebooks.  Just as described in the first OYS post, if you’re interested, email me at TERRYFL@GMAIL.COM with the subject ONLINE YARD SALE and let me know what items you’d like.  I’ll let you know the total, including shipping.  (There’s no return policy, sorry – I’m not trying to rip anyone off, but I need to get the cash and spend it on bills.  If you have any questions about an item, contact me.)  I take funds via PayPal.

Without further ado, let’s get to it.

BOARD GAMES (all are new, unplayed, cards/etc still sealed/intact)

Burgle Bros (Fowers Games, 2015) $25
Don’t Turn Your Back (Evil Hat, 2015) $25
Kill Shakespeare (IDW Games, 2014) $20

PLAYSTATION 4 GAMES

ABZU (dynamic theme already redeemed) $15
Tales from the Borderlands (sealed) $9
WWE 2k15 $8

RPGS

Condition 1: Very little to no shelf wear

The Sixth Gun RPG bundle (Savage Worlds) $50
(HC game/hc screen/SC companion/cards of the 6/SC winding way)
Black Sword: Pursuit of the White Wolf $13
Book of Props – Mind’s Eye Theatre $3
Cyclopedia Talislanta VI: Desert Kingdoms $8
Deadlands Noir HC (Pinnacle, 2013) $22
Gear Krieg (minatures gamebook HC) $5
Giovanni Chronicles I: Last Supper $8
Giovanni Chronicles II: Blood & Fire $6
Giovanni Chronicles IV: Nuova Malattia $5
Home Front (Cyberpunk AR adv) $5
Hunter Book: Martyr $8
Laws of the Night – Mind’s Eye Theatre $2
L5R: The Way of Shadow $10
Orphan’s Survival Guide $6
Outcasts $4
Rage: Warriors of the Apocalypse $5
Rage Across New York $4
Savage Worlds Deluxe Explorer Edition SC $8
Seventh Seal (RPG/Screen/Adv) $15
The Strange HC (Monte Cook Games, 2014) $40
Tales of Magick: Dark Adventures $8
Technocracy: Iteration X $6
Traveller Core Rulebook HC (Mongoose, 2014) $25
Verbena tradition book $4
Who’s Who: Garou Saga (2 copies) $3
Wild Talents 1st ed HC (Arc Dream, 2006) $15
The World of Darkness HC (White Wolf, 2004) $12 (has bookplate inside front cover)

Condition II: Moderate to signifcant shelf wear/possible cover damage

AD&D Battle System (box beat up, complete? Pieces) $20
Ascension’s Right Hand $3
Book of Storyteller Secrets (2 copies) $5
Book of the Wyrm $3
Buried Secrets (Wraith) $8
Children of Gaia $5
Cyclopedia Talislanta 2: 7 Kingdoms $5
Dungeon Master’s Guide (3rd ed) $5
Giovanni Chronicles I: Last Supper $6
Giovanni Chronicles II: Blood & Fire $4
Gypsies $4
Harlequin’s Back $6
Hidden Lore (book and screen) $3
Horizon: The Stronghold of Hope $3
Houses of Hermes $3
Initiates of the Art $3
Inqusition (2 copies) $4
Kinfolk: Unsung Heroes $3
Loom of Fate $3
Mummy 2nd edition $3
Shadowrun 1st ed HC (some discolouration) $10
Shadowtech $2
Spirit Ways (M:tA) $8
Street Samurai Catalog (2nd ed) $2
Storyteller’s Handbook $1
Talislanta: Submen Rising $10
Verbena tradition book $2
Ways of the Wolf: Lupus Sourcebook $3


My two social life days

August 22, 2011
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So, the past two days, I’ve actually been social. My good friend, Glenn Walker, and his short wife, Jen, came down on vacation (well, they came down, they got on a boat, went in a big circle or something, then came back.)

Glenn, amongst many other things, is the proprietor of a blog called French Fry Diary, and has been espousing the fries (er, chips) at Cookes of Dublin at Downtown Disney as being his most favourite. He knows that I share his love of things potato-ey, so it seemed like the logical choice for our first in-person meeting.

(Note that, though I did not refer to Glenn as an ‘online friend’, we have never met in person. I do consider Glenn a friend, and a very good one at that – we’ve known each other for approximately eight years, by our best reckonings, and we’ve gotten to know each other pretty well. We have a lot in common – similar tastes in music, comic books, books, tv and movies, roleplaying and the list goes on. I consider him to be as good, if not better, a friend than most people I associate with in person.)

But, I digress. (Yes, I do that. I’ve been called a “very rambly dude” on more than one occasion, and with good reason.) So, we agreed on Sunday evening, allowing them time to relax/explore Disney/etc before meeting. I left way earlier than I should have, fully aware that this was likely the case, and got to Downtown Disney almost an hour before our 7pm scheduled meeting time.

I decided I’d walk around, not having been to Downtown Disney in approximately ten years. (I had a friend who used to work at the Virgin Megastore back then and met her a couple times there back in 2000-2001.) I did so, even caught the water taxi from West Side to Pleasure Island, and then walked back. I moved my car closer, and by this time it was almost 7pm, so I made sure I got over to Cookes of Dublin.

While there, I people-watched (another thing in common Glenn and I have – we’re both writers and we like to people watch and file things away.) They were running behind (a common enough happenstance in the occasions that we Skype – Glenn runs a superhero roleplaying game in his house and I Skype in, since the 900+ miles is a long commute) and while waiting, a very attractive young woman who worked at Cookes saw my shirt and got my attention and we started talking Doctor Who. (I was wearing my You Never Forget Your First Doctor shirt from ThinkGeek.) She was entirely charming and VERY attractive, but sadly she has a boyfriend, but it was good to chat Doctor Who with a new Whovian.

I kept looking for a redhead, as Jen is of that particular persuasion… do you know how many redheads are at Pleasure Island on a Sunday evening? I don’t know the exact number, but it’s a lot!!!

I finally caught sight of Glenn, who waved, I waved and we met. There were hugs and handshakes (hugs for the Walkers, handshakes for their friends) and the seven of us went to dine.

The food was phenomenal. Glenn is absolutely dead-on when he says Cookes has perfect fries – light, cripsy outside, fluffy inside – hot, fresh, tasty, not too oily. Their fish is most excellent, and everyone else seemed to enjoy their varied dishes. And the deep fried candy bar (the ‘doh’ bar) was decadent and gooey and sugary and wonderful.

Conversation was good, but children and adults were tired, and ways were parted, with plans to meet with Glenn for some laid back hanging out the next day.

That day was today, and after running some errands in Orlando in the morning, I met up with him for several hours of sitting in the ginormous lobby of the Wilderness Lodge. We talked comic books, books, movies, e-readers, downloads, piracy, football, baseball, fathers, spouses (ex and current), writing, reading, Stephen King, Brian Bendis, hurricanes, weather, vacations, tv shows, and more topics than you could shake a magic wand at.

Jen made an appearance, first ignoring us as she walked by with her tour group as they went to the restaurant there for lunch, then text messaging and waving at us, and then hug-bombing us before departing with her group for more touring.

It was great to spend time with Glenn and just shoot the shit. The time with Jen was great, she’s fun to talk to, even if she is much shorter than I expected.

I’m hoping that we don’t have to wait another 8 years or so before meeting in person again. 😉


“The Roleplay Game” (spoof of “The Safety Dance”)

February 26, 2011
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(Apologies to Men Without Hats)

[Spoken]
We can game if we want to
We can leave your friends behind
‘Cause your friends don’t game and if they don’t game
Well they’re no friends of mine
I say, we can go where we want to
A place where they will never find
And we can act like we come from out of this world
Leave the real one far behind
And we can game

[Sung]
We can game if we want to
We can leave your friends behind
‘Cause your friends don’t game and if they don’t game
Well they’re no friends of mine
I say, we can go where we want to
A place where they will never find
And we can act like we come from out of this world
Leave the real one far behind
And we can game
Game!

We can LARP when we want to
The night is young and so am I
And we can dress real neat from our hats to our feet
And surprise ’em with the victory cry
Say, we can LARP if you want to
If we don’t nobody will
And you can act real rude and totally removed
And I can act like an imbecile

[Refrain]
I say, we can game, we can game
Everything out of control
We can game, we can game
We’re doing it from roll to role
We can game, we can game
Everybody is playing nice
We can game, we can game
Everybody rollin’ the di-i-i-ice

Roleplay game
Is it fun to game
Is it fun to game

R-r-r-r o-o-o-o l-l-l-l e-e-e-e p-p-p-p lay-lay-lay-lay
Role, Play!

We can game if we want to
We’ve got all your lives and more
As long as we abuse it, never gonna lose it
Everything’ll roll out right
I say, we can play if we want to
We can leave your friends behind
‘Cause your friends don’t game and if they don’t game
Well they’re no friends of mine

[Refrain]
Is it safe to play, oh is it safe to play [6x]
Is it safe to play


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