Congratulations, by choosing to read this rather vague Subject line and deciding to click it you've gotten yourself a chance. Or you're bored and check every new thread. OR you're a troll and need something to yell about to satiate you're desire for attention that you can not find anywhere in the real world (not common here, thank goodness, but still...). For what you might ask? For a free copy of Blood in Fereleden.
First a short story: my house eats things. Quite randomly, and suddenly, something will disappear. Often times we never see it again, so when this happened to my original copy of Blood in Ferelden we simply wrote it off after searching a few hours and decided to buy another one. Then it came back.
The original plan was to return it to my local game store and get store credit, unfortunately something was spilled on it's corner and well... I'm friends with my local game store's owner and don't want to press that issue.
The damage is slight, only in the bottom out side corners and rarely comes up above the page numbers. It's never even so dark as to actually prevent you from reading the page numbers. And to prevent any sort of thoughts of "scam" I'm not going to even ask for money for it, I simply want to see it get used by someone who loves the game as much as me.
So while i might be opening up my PM box here to a whole ton of messages that may not even be relevant to the topic at hand, and I will undoubtedly feel like a worm having to say "no" more than "yes", please PM me if you are interested.
A few restrictions apply:
You must be living in the continental United States, as i will be shipping media mail (hence still keeping it free).
Don't expect it by Christmas, that ship has sailed from here to most places.
Write me a short note in the PM explaining why i should choose you.
I will be reading them by time/ date sent, first to last, and the first person I feel convinced really actually wants it for the love of GMing will get it.
If you don't get it, please don't write me asking why, I'll feel bad enough as it is.
Thanks guys, have a great Holiday, and we'll see you around the forums.
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