This section of the store will be a repository for what I think might be one of the coolest collections of old gaming product I've had the pleasure to buy. We bought all of this stuff from American Eagles, a Seattle landmark in the gaming community and a former regional distributor, whose owners decided to retire.
There is a ton of great, out-of-print products from the 1980s and early 1990s here, all in near-mint condition, many of the pieces shrinkwrapped when they were originally received. These are beautiful pieces of gaming history and we are selling them at their original MSRP.
On the last Friday of each month, from May through October, we'll be adding around 250 more products to this section. There aren't many copies of each product, so don't miss your chance to step into a time machine and visit your game store circa 1989!
Magus with Natural attacks vs other arcane,
Paizo Catalog - Updated?,
I've always wanted one of my threads to be necromancied.,
Trex has parished what can I do,
Best combat builds for Aristocrat and Expert?,
Mindless undead can make intelligence checks?,
Intrigue Oracle Build Advice - Conceal Spell Revelation,
Reassigning Pregen death in specials,
Druids Log: Animal companions,
Future of the Democratic Party,
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