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Steve Geddes wrote:
I generally give them away. :p

>.>... Ok that I could do...


I have a large collection...a really big bookcase filled with Pathfinder, 7thSea, Brave new world, 1sr ed AD&D...and few odds and ends. I have 4 or is it 5 large containers filled with more books.

I say this so you understand that my friends collection makes mine look small you understand.

My friend who past away at the Oct parents let's us take his collection...3 Saturdays later and 16 large containers and atleast 100+ books that we knew wanted later we got everything out...mostly.

We are going to have a Bar-B-Que and invite a bunch of our gamers friends (heck even gamer acquaintances) that we know and go through it all. We are going to either sell the books and give the money to a charity...or I prefer just to have a donation can for the charity as I agree with Vidmaster7...selling books doesn't feel right.

If anybody lives in the North NJ area and are interested drop me a PM and I will keep you informed as to when this is happening.


Well... once you mentioned the product having to be physical, i realized what a sad little collection i have, with everything going digital and all...
Let's see i have the D&D 4e Rules Compendium that was gifted to me by my dear old DM that introduced me to the awesome world of Tabletop RPGs (somehow knew i would love DMing), and the 5e Starter Set gifted to me also (by someone else). And...well, that's it, really. Pathetic, eh?
However, digital items is a whole nother story. >:D


Vidmaster7 wrote:
Steve Geddes wrote:
I enjoyed it. Quite a few trips down memory lane! (Though I no longer own many games at all).
NEVER SELL! The idea of selling any of my books is traumatizing!

Interesting, I have, in the past, sold off parts of my collections so as to get more money and space for newer ones... I've also given off some other books to a presumably more loving home... when I just did not want to wait to find a buyer and the other option was to bin them, which option I do find traumatizing.


I could be a book hoarder >.>


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Steve Geddes wrote:
I enjoyed it. Quite a few trips down memory lane! (Though I no longer own many games at all).
NEVER SELL! The idea of selling any of my books is traumatizing!

As someone who has been buying/collecting RPG's since I was 12, I thought that it would be for me too. Until I realized that I wasn't gaming as much as I used to and they were just taking up space. So far I may have sold close to $600 of used games to Noble Knight Games and I don't miss or regret selling them at all. I used to pride myself on owning a lot of RPG stuff but there's no engagement in just owning the stuff if I cant and don't use it.

My miniature wargame stuff and board games are different. I'll keep and still buy those. Even if I don't play Warhammer 40K, I still have something like nine different armies of varying sizes that I can assemble and paint. And Boardgames are just easier for engagement. They are, for the most part. easier to learn and for people to wrap their brains around. I don't have a problem dropping $160 for the latest Games Workshop box or $100 for a Boardgame because I know that it'll see use at some point. But these days even $50 for an RPG is a purchase I have to question because I don't know if I'll get anyone to play with. And there's also the fact that finding the RIGHT people to play RPG's with is a chore.

I still have an entire bookcase of RPG's left and I'm probably going to trim that down to half by the end of this year. No regrets.


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I do have this for my Exalted 3rd edition which I think looks pretty damn cool


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It was inevitable that I'd acquire more stuff to add to my listing back on the first page of this thread. I'm not planning on necessarily trying to make this a perpetual, running list, but given that I just got these, I'll go ahead and add them anyway:

Necromancer Games/Frog God Games:
Bard's Gate
The Lost Lands – Stoneheart Valley

Commentary: Both of these are the Pathfinder-compatible versions. I picked them up when I noticed that Frog God Games had placed them under their clearance section on their web-store. Given how insane the markdown was (seriously, these were crazy cheap), I really had no choice but to buy them.


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Alzirus: I bow to your collection.

My wife probably would file for divorce if I ever let my collection approach yours in size!

I've picked up a few items since my initial post, and I realized that I'd missed a few as well...

Pathfinder RPG:
Ultimate Equipment
Campaign Setting: Taldor, the First Empire
Campaign Setting: Cheliax, Empire of Devils
Campaign Setting: Towns of the Inner Sea

Adventure Path #127-8 ("War for the Crown" parts 1 & 2)

Starfinder:
Pact Worlds
Adventure Path #4 ("Dead Suns" part 4)

Other RPGs:
d20 Modern Core Rulebook
D&D 3.5 Planar Handbook
Fate System Toolkit

And, as I write this, I received an email from Kickstarter that my copy of Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder will be shipping shortly!


I seriously wish i had room for a physical collection. *SIGH* Would be so handy!

That sounds awesome Haladir! Where can i find this Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder?


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Haladir wrote:

Alzirus: I bow to your collection.

My wife probably would file for divorce if I ever let my collection approach yours in size!

Well, it helps to be able to keep it all in one bookshelf-laden room (though I'm really pushing capacity now!).

Mordoc Se'Lanmere wrote:
Where can i find this Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder?

Why, right here!


Alzrius wrote:
Haladir wrote:

Alzirus: I bow to your collection.

My wife probably would file for divorce if I ever let my collection approach yours in size!

Well, it helps to be able to keep it all in one bookshelf-laden room (though I'm really pushing capacity now!).

Mordoc Se'Lanmere wrote:
Where can i find this Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder?
Why, right here!

My family would be pretty mad if i even get a physical collection! Much more a whole room! XD They really dislike my gaming "addiction" as it is.

It's a hard world we gamers live in, especially now that there is a new breed of humans called "millennials". Lol

Thanks Alzrius! Hope it comes in PDF form!


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Mordoc Se'Lanmere wrote:
Alzrius wrote:
Haladir wrote:

Alzirus: I bow to your collection.

My wife probably would file for divorce if I ever let my collection approach yours in size!

Well, it helps to be able to keep it all in one bookshelf-laden room (though I'm really pushing capacity now!).

Mordoc Se'Lanmere wrote:
Where can i find this Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder?
Why, right here!

My family would be pretty mad if i even get a physical collection! Much more a whole room! XD They really dislike my gaming "addiction" as it is.

It's a hard world we gamers live in, especially now that there is a new breed of humans called "millennials". Lol

Thanks Alzrius! Hope it comes in PDF form!

The general understanding is that the PDF will become availbale for purchase on its own after the hardcopies have been delivered to the people who Kickstarted/preordered the hardcover book.

That should be soon! Like, before-the-end-of-the-month soon.


Haladir wrote:

The general understanding is that the PDF will become availbale for purchase on its own after the hardcopies have been delivered to the people who Kickstarted/preordered the hardcover book.

That should be soon! Like, before-the-end-of-the-month soon.

Cool! Can't wait!


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I really should stay away from used book stores; I continually fail my Will save to stop myself from compulsively trying to expand my RPG collection. As it is, I picked up the following a few hours ago:

Pathfinder supplements:
Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Artifacts and Legends
Pathfinder Player Companion: Knights of the Inner Sea
Pathfinder Player Companion: Mythic Origins
Pathfinder Player Companion: Pathfinder Society Primer

Commentary: I was rather excited to find that copy of Artifacts and Legends, as I've been on the lookout for a cheap copy of that book for a little while now. I picked up the others mostly as a lark, but they look quite fun.

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I have a serious shelf of 3.5 books, along with the few PF hardcovers I have kept. I should see about downsizing, but who would take them? :(


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Well, it was inevitable that there'd be another product in my ample collection that I overlooked before. Hopefully, this is the last time I'll need to say "oops, missed one."

Casey Brown:
LGBK1 Blue Scales, Red Secrets

Commentary: From the same guy who wrote BDKR1 The Unofficial Living Greyhawk Bandit Kingdoms Summary (see my "Greyhawk 3E" entry), this adventure was formerly IUZ6-02 Blue Scales, Red Secrets in the RPGA's Living Greyhawk campaign. Having retained ownership of the adventure after Living Greyhawk ended, Casey Brown (who named his one-man publishing company after himself) removed the Greyhawk elements and updated the adventure for Pathfinder, publishing it with an updated module code. It's a fun little adventure, particularly since you get updated stats for (but aren't expected to fight) Morginstaler himself!


Alzrius wrote:

Well, it was inevitable that there'd be another product in my ample collection that I overlooked before. Hopefully, this is the last time I'll need to say "oops, missed one."

** spoiler omitted **

Hey could you snap a pic or three of your collection?


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I'm back from PaizoCon, and of course, my suitcase going home was heavier than when it arrived...

I bought/won/was given the following:

My PaizoCon Haul:
Pathdinfer RPG: Paizo
Campaign Setting: Underwater Adventures
Module: The Emerald Spire Superdungeon
Module: Plunder and Peril
Pawn Set: Bestiary 4
Flip-Mat Classic: Forest
Flip-Mat Classic: Woodlands
Deluxe Harrow Deck
Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Character Deck: Hell's Vengeance

Pathfinder RPG: Third-Party
Kobold Press: Eldritch Lairs
Paizo Fans United: Wayfinder #18

Other Stuff
Steve Jackson Games: Munchkin 4: The Need for Steed

I also bought some art prints, two sets of Q-Workshop dice ("Vikings" and "Carrion Crown"), and a Pathfinder messenger bag. Also included with the swag were two Pathfinder Battles standard booster miniature sets ("Rise of the Runelords" and "Shattered Star"), and a loose mini.

Other stuff I picked up at home since my last update:

Kobold Press: Halls of the Mountain King
S. Petersen Games: Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder
Paizo: Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Magic


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Well, it's been a while since I last updated this, so here's my current collection. (A few things have gone; many more arrived!)

Pathfinder (Second Edition):

Core Rulebook
Bestiary

Pathfinder (First Edition) RPG & Adventure Path Lines:

RPG Line (hardcovers)
Core Rulebook
Core Rulebook Pocket Edition
Advanced Players Guide
Advanced Class Guide
Ultimate Magic
Ultimate Combat
Ultimate Intrigue
Ultimate Campaign
Ultimate Equipment
Ultimate Wilderness
Occult Adventures
Horror Adventures
Mythic Adventures
Planar Adventures
Pathfinder Unchained
Gamemastery Guide
Adventurers Guide
Strategy Guide
Bestiary
Bestiary 2
Bestiary 3
Bestiary 4
Bestiary 5
Bestiary 6
NPC Codex
Monster Codex
Villain Codex

Adventure Path
All volumes of the AP line (#1-145)
Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition
Curse of the Crimson Throne Compilation

Pathfinder (1st Edition): Campaign Setting & Player Companion Lines:

Campaign Setting
Andoran, Birthplace of Freedom
Aquatic Adventures
Belkzen, Hold of the Orc Lords
Book of the Damned
(hardcover)
Cheliax, The Infernal Empire
Chronicle of the Righteous
Concordance of Rivals
Construct Handbook
City of Strangers
Dark Markets: A Guide to Katapesh
Darklands Revisited
Demons Revisited
Distant Realms
Distant Shores
Distant Worlds
Dragons Unleashed
Faiths of Golarion
Fey Revisited
The First World, Realm of the Fey
Guide to Absalom
Guide to Darkmoon Vale
Guide to Korvosa
Hell Unleashed
Horror Realms
Inner Sea Bestiary
Inner Sea Gods
(hardcover)
Inner Sea Faiths
Inner Sea Magic
Inner Sea Monster Codex
Inner Sea Races
(hardcover)
Inner Sea Temples
Inner Sea World Guide
(hardcover)
Into the Darklands
Isles of the Shackles
Lands of the Linnorm Kings
Magnimar: City of Monuments
Misfit Monsters Redeemed
Mythic Realms
Nidal, Land of Shadows
Occult Bestiary
Occult Mysteries
Occult Realms
Rival Guide
Rule of Fear
Sandpoint, Light of the Lost Coast
Taldor, The First Empire
Technology Guide
Towns of the Inner Sea
The Worldwound

Player Companion
Curse of the Crimson Throne Players Guide
Second Darkness Players Guide
Varisia, Birthplace of Legends

Pathfinder Modules:

(OGL/3.5)
Beyond the Vault of Souls
Carnival of Tears
Conquest of the Bloodsworn Vale
Endombed With the Pharaohs
Gallery of Evil
Hangman's Noose
Into the Haunted Forest
The Pact Stone Pyramid
River Into Darkness
Seven Swords of Sin

Pathfinder (1st Edition)
Academy of Secrets
Broken Chains
Carrion Hill
Cradle of Night
Daughters of Fury
Doom Comes to Dustspawn
Down the Blighted Path
The Dragon's Demand
The Emerald Spire Superdungeon
Fangwood Keep
Feast of Dust
Feast of Ravenmoor
From Shore to Sea
Gallows of Madness
The Godsmouth Heresy
The Harrowing
The House on Hook Street
Ire of the Storm
The Midnight Mirror
The Moonscar
Murder's Mark
Plunder & Peril
Realm of the Fellnight Queen
The Ruby Phoenix Tournament
Tears at Bitter Manor
Thornkeep

Pathfinder (1st Edition): Accessories:

Pathfinder Box and Pawn Sets
Pathfinder Beginner Box
Bestiary Box
Bestiary 3 Box
Bestiary 4 Box
Rise of the Runelords Pawn Collection
Shattered Star Pawn Collection

Maps and Map Collections
Kingmaker Map Folio
Skull & Shackles Map Folio
War for the Crown Map Folio
Return of the Runelords Map Folio
Tyrant’s Grasp Map Folio
Flip-Mat Classics: Forest
Flip-Mat Classics: Town Square
Flip-Mat Classics: Woodlands
Flip-Mat Multipack: Pathfinder Playtest
Flip-Mat Multipack: Basic Terrain

Other Accessories
Pathfinder GM Screen
Pathfinder Combat Pad
Harrow Deck
Harrow Deck (Deluxe Edition)
Pathfinder Buff Deck
Pathfinder Condition Cards
Plot Twist Cards
Plot Twist Cards: Flashbacks

Dynamite Comics
Pathfinder: Hollow Mountain (compilation)

Pathfinder (1st Edition): Third-Party Publishers:

Encounter Table Press
Aethera Campaign Setting
Aethera Field Guide I

Frog God Games
The Blight
Razor Coast
Tome of Horrors Complete

Green Ronin
Advanced Bestiary
Freeport: City of Adventure
Return to Freeport

Kobold Press
Eldritch Lairs
Halls of the Mountain King
Midgard Tales
New Paths Compendium
Streets of Zobeck
Tales of Old Margreve
Trapsmith
Zobeck Gazetteer

Ondine Publishing
Parsantium: City at the Crossroads

Paizo Fans United
Wayfinder #15
Wayfinder #18

Sandy Petersen Games
Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder

Starfinder Role-Playing Game:

Core Rulebook
Alien Archive
Pact Worlds

Dead Suns Adventure Path #1-6

Dungeons and Dragons:

Fifth Edition: Wizards of the Coast
Players Handbook
Dungeon Masters Guide
Monster Manual
Curse of Strahd
Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide
Xanathar’s Guide to Everything

Fifth Edition: Kobold Press
Midgard Sagas
Tome of Beasts

3rd Edition, Revised (3.5): Wizards of the Coast
Players Handbook
Dungeon Masters Guide
Monster Manual
Expedition to Castle Ravenloft
Hordes of the Abyss

Advanced Dungeons and Dragons (1st edition): TSR
Players Handbook
Dungeon Masters Guide
Monster Manual
Deities and Demigods
(first printing: The one with the unlicensed Cthulhu Mythos and Elric material.)
A1: Slave Pits of the Undercity
A2: Secret of the Slavers' Stockade
A3: Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords
A4: In the Dungeons of the Slave Lords
B2: The Keep on the Borderlands
I6: Ravenloft

Other OGL/d20 Role-Playing Games:

Wizards of the Coast
D20 Modern: Core Rulebook

Troll Lord Games
Castles & Crusades: Players Handbook

Pelgrane Press
13th Age: Core Rulebook

Frog God Games
Swords and Wizardry: Core Rulebook

Lamentations of the Flame Princess
LotFP: Rules & Magic
LotFP: Veins of the Earth

Ben Laurence Games
Through Ultan’s Door #1
Through Ultan’s Door #2

Powered by the Apocalypse games:

Apocalypse World (2nd ed)
Bluebeard’s Bride: Core Rulebook
Comrades: A Revolutionary RPG
Dungeon World
Girl, Underground
Legacy: Life Among the Ruins
(2nd ed.)
Monster of the Week
Murderous Ghosts
Night Witches
Spirit of '77
Uncharted Worlds

Fate System:

Fate Core
Fate System Toolkit
Fate Accelerated Edition
Atomic Robo: The Role-Playing Game
Fate Worlds Take Flight
Fate Worlds: The Aether Sea
Fate Worlds: Save Game

Other Role-Playing Games:

AGE System
Blue Rose (2nd Edition)
The Expanse Role-Playing Game

Basic Role-Playing system
Call of Cthulhu: Keeper's Handbook (7th ed.)
Call of Cthulhu: Investigator's Handbook (7th ed.)

GURPS
Core Rules 1: Characters (4th ed.)
The Black Mine of Teihiihan

GUMSHOE system
Trail of Cthulhu
Night’s Black Agents

D6 Star Wars (West End Games)
Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game
The Star Wars Sourcebook

Other Role-Playing Games
The Bullwinkle and Rocky Role-Playing Game
Dread
Fiasco
Final Girl
Kids On Bikes
Shadow of the Demon Lord: Core Rulebook
Troika!


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I have every book released for Starfinder so far.


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I also have the Cthulhu Mythos by Sandy Petersen Games, which I found at a local game store.

Every Pathfinder AP book for Pathfinder Classic (even the collectors hardcovers) except Bastards of Erebus.

Most campaign setting books.

Quite a few modules.

And a couple of dozen or so player companions (every one released before the format change and maybe 6-8 from after, as I hated the new format).

Also every rules hardcover except Unchained (a completely unnecessary book in my opinion) and the Adventurer's Guide or whatever it was called (the one with all the updated prestige classes and organizations).

And everything Pathfinder 2nd edition (anything to stick it to D&D 5th edition!).


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captain yesterday wrote:

I also have the Cthulhu Mythos by Sandy Petersen Games, which I found at a local game store.

Every Pathfinder AP book for Pathfinder Classic (even the collectors hardcovers) except Bastards of Erebus.

I was a Kickstarter backer for Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder.

Bastards of Erebus was the white whale of my AP collection, too. Another Paizoian who was giving away his PFRPG collection gifted me one of his copies. (Thanks again, Steve!!)


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Oh, and speaking of Kickstarters, here are the ones I've backed which will be shipping physical books when they're published...

Powered by the Apocalypse RPGs...
Hearts of Wulin (Wuxia melodrama)
Jinkies! (Action-mystery cartoons, in the vein of Scooby-Doo)
Demigods (An urban fantasy of divine beings meddling in human affairs, inspired by Good Omens, American Gods, or the "Peter Jacskson" series)
Flying Circus (an RPG of high-flying adventure in WWI-era aeroplanes and airships.)

Other RPGs...
The Ultraviolet Grasslands (a rules-light psychedelic metal trip to the Black City on the edge of space and time)
Sundown (an anti-colonialist, transhumanist RPG on the frontier)
Red Carnations on a Black Grave (A game about the 1871 Paris Commune rebellion)
Champions Now! (a re-imagining of Champions 1st Edition, by the original author)
Fate of Cthulhu (a time-travel game where the PCs try to stop the Old Ones from returning.)

RPG Supplements...
Absconding (a literary fantasy/scifi/RPG magazine/art book/5E supplement)
Immersive Battle-Maps for RPGs (a book of 30 detailed battle-maps for RPGs, with 1" sqaures)
The Roleplayer's Guide to Heists (a collection of system-agnostic heists, with maps and essays.)

Other games...
Wizard Kittens: A Magical Card Game


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Haladir wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I also have the Cthulhu Mythos by Sandy Petersen Games, which I found at a local game store.

Every Pathfinder AP book for Pathfinder Classic (even the collectors hardcovers) except Bastards of Erebus.

I was a Kickstarter backer for Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder.

Bastards of Erebus was the white whale of my AP collection, too. Another Paizoian who was giving away his PFRPG collection gifted me one of his copies. (Thanks again, Steve!!)

Yes, Steve is pretty awesome! (I was also a recipient of his unparalleled generosity) I don't really care, honestly, it's probably my least favorite adventure Paizo has published, in fact Council of Thieves is probably my least favorite Adventure Path overall, so no big deal.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Haladir wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I also have the Cthulhu Mythos by Sandy Petersen Games, which I found at a local game store.

Every Pathfinder AP book for Pathfinder Classic (even the collectors hardcovers) except Bastards of Erebus.

I was a Kickstarter backer for Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder.

Bastards of Erebus was the white whale of my AP collection, too. Another Paizoian who was giving away his PFRPG collection gifted me one of his copies. (Thanks again, Steve!!)

Yes, Steve is pretty awesome! (I was also a recipient of his unparalleled generosity) I don't really care, honestly, it's probably my least favorite adventure Paizo has published, in fact Council of Thieves is probably my least favorite Adventure Path overall, so no big deal.

My quest for Bastards of Erebus was solely due to the collector bug in me... an urge I try desperately to tamp down.

My gaming bookshelf is nearing max capacity, and I promised my non-gamer wife that my physical collection would be limited to that bookshelf. Since I'm no longer playing PFRPG 1e with any frequency, it's probably time to start culling my PF1e rulebook collection, as the lion's share of my RPG collection now appears to be a game I don't really play anymore.


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Haladir wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Haladir wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I also have the Cthulhu Mythos by Sandy Petersen Games, which I found at a local game store.

Every Pathfinder AP book for Pathfinder Classic (even the collectors hardcovers) except Bastards of Erebus.

I was a Kickstarter backer for Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder.

Bastards of Erebus was the white whale of my AP collection, too. Another Paizoian who was giving away his PFRPG collection gifted me one of his copies. (Thanks again, Steve!!)

Yes, Steve is pretty awesome! (I was also a recipient of his unparalleled generosity) I don't really care, honestly, it's probably my least favorite adventure Paizo has published, in fact Council of Thieves is probably my least favorite Adventure Path overall, so no big deal.

My quest for Bastards of Erebus was solely due to the collector bug in me... an urge I try desperately to tamp down.

My gaming bookshelf is nearing max capacity, and I promised my non-gamer wife that my physical collection would be limited to that bookshelf. Since I'm no longer playing PFRPG 1e with any frequency, it's probably time to start culling my PF1e rulebook collection, as the lion's share of my RPG collection now appears to be a game I don't really play anymore.

Ha! My gaming bookshelf collapsed under the weight of my Pathfinder books months ago.


I only display my PF1e and D&D 3.5 collection, along with a few 3PP books that I use alongside them. I don't have enough space to show off the rest of my stuff, and I even sold some 2e stuff a few years ago. I'd love to be able to put everything up for display.

And I'm on my 3rd bookshelf for the PF1e and 3.5 stuff, having had two collapse on me in the last 6 and a half years.


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I sold off a bunch of RPG books that I don't play anymore quite a while ago. (e.g. Paranoia, Champions, WEG Star Wars, AD&D 2e, D&D 3.0, World of Darkness and others.) I also sold off nearly all of my AD&D 3.5 books, and only kept the "core 3" plus Expedition to Castle Ravenloft and Hordes of the Abyss.

I was eying my PF1e collection, and I'm definitely thinking of culling a bunch of books that I probably won't ever use again.


I didn't want to sell the 2e stuff, but I was in a jam and what I got from the sale, while not much, was exactly what I needed to get me through it. I once mentioned selling a lot of my collection plus my vinyl album collection but my son asked me not to. He rarely plays RPGs anymore but does occasionally dig through my records. He called my stuff my "legacy to him"...LOL

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