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Is "The Complete Griselda" in print?


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I only see the PDF on Chaosium.com (fwiw, it's on-sale for $1 @ DTRPG, I presume a cyber-week discount); but I've long-since bought this.

However, I really prefer to curl up for a nice reading-coze with processed Aldryami-corpses.

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I see some used copies on offer (e.g. at Amazon & Abes); I could go that route (and probably will, if Chaosium doesn't plan a reprint or POD option imminently).

Also, @Rick Meints(I presume you are The Guy Who Would Know) -- I observe a startling price discrepancy.  These used books are priced either at $20-$30 (ish) OR at just over $100 ($101.21 - $105.56).  These expensive copies do not appear to be signed, or "first editions," or etc etc etc etc ..
Which leads me to ask:   buh?

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22 minutes ago, g33k said:

Also, @Rick Meints(I presume you are The Guy Who Would Know) -- I observe a startling price discrepancy.  These used books are priced either at $20-$30 (ish) OR at just over $100 ($101.21 - $105.56).  These expensive copies do not appear to be signed, or "first editions," or etc etc etc etc ..
Which leads me to ask:   buh?

Automated pricing bots, you can easily search about this, here's the best: https://www.wired.com/2011/04/amazon-flies-24-million/

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3 hours ago, David Scott said:

Automated pricing bots, you can easily search about this, here's the best: https://www.wired.com/2011/04/amazon-flies-24-million/

Huh.  I'll try to remember to look at these every day for a few days, to see if they're creeping incrementally upward in this fashion... though it's not just Amazon prices (but resellers on Abes Books may be extracting Amazon pricing onto their own listings, which then reflect onto Abes).

TYVM for the reference!  

I guess I'll just grab one of the $20ish copies, I guess (unless Chaosium has print available (soon)?) .

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I will sell you my physical copy for $99! At that price, it's a steal!

Just kidding, I couldn't bear to part with it, even if it is missing a couple of stories (it's the first collection).

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