Malakor said:my local game store owner is about ready to beat me with a copy of the worlds biggest dungeon if I don't stop asking him
Malakor said:Does anyone know if American Distributors have received thier shipments of Runequest yet?
I know my local game store owner is about ready to beat me with a copy of the worlds biggest dungeon if I don't stop asking him
andakitty said:My store gets stuff from Alliance. How long to Seattle, I wonder?
towerwarlock said:I preordered mine from Mongoose. They may support local game stores, however where I am, the local gamestores only stock Games Whoreshop and only books produced by Wizards of the Coast. I look at it this way, if my local game stores will not stock or even special order what I want, I will not buy from them. :twisted:
There are several reputable online stores that you can order from. Amazon has listings for pre-order. The online store I use lists the core and companion for $17.47, and the Glorantha book for $20.97.towerwarlock said:Here where I live there are only 2 gaming stores and neither will order them. I checked their suppliers can get the books but the jerks that run the stores refuse to even special order them.
Guimly said:Only Amazon.com has then : the poor european guys will have to wait ...
JonGeere said:Arrgh! So does anyone know when can us Europeans, particularly us Brits, can get our hands on MRQ?
On a related point. I've just seen that you can get MRQ corebook for $18.71 + $2.37 p/p (US shipping) on ebay.
kustenjaeger said:My local store [The Games Shop in Aldershot, Hants] is getting them on Tuesday (8th August) and I imagine this will be true of those shops which generally stock Mongoose stuff.