Over the years, I’ve accumulated tons of RPG stuff that I’m not only never going to play, but really don’t see me ever needing to reference at all. So, I’ve decided to get rid of a bunch of it.
None of this is going to eBay or anything — it’s just not worth the effort. So, I figured that I’d give folks who read this journal first crack at the list. Anything that doesn’t get sold will be boxed and taken to Half-price Books, where I’m sure I will get 20 cents per pound.
I’m not looking at making huge bucks here. If there’s anything you want, make me an offer (preferably that covers shipping and handling), and it’s yours.
EDIT: I’ve removed the items that have already been spoken for — check the revised list.
The list is huge, so it’s here behind the cut.
I’ve been reading ‘s copy of Qin: The Warring States, the english translation of a french RPG: A wuxia-genre game set in China’s warring states period.
I need to get a copy of this game. First of all, it’s gorgeous. Second, it is pretty much the best wuxia-genre RPG I’ve read….supplanting even Rebecca Borgstrom’s brilliant Weapons of the Gods. WOTG is detailed and amazing, but Qin manages to pull off the same level of setting and genre detail with a rules system that I find far more elegant and evocative. Character stats based on the 5 Chinese elements, a game system that allows for over-the-top kung fu, and a magic system that replicates alchemy, sorcery and more.
I’m getting an itch to do something with Qin — although not using the standard wuxia setting out-of-the-box. I’m thinking that this system would be a great choice for me to explore an idea that I’ve had — a “genre mash-up” fantasy. Whereas most fantasy uses medieval/dark-ages Europe as its foundation, my nameless idea uses a mix of the American western and Chinese wuxia, perhaps with a few other kitchen-sink genre elements thrown in for spice.
Not sure if anything will come of it, but this nifty RPG is perfect for exploration of the idea, if nothing else.