Friday, April 17, 2015

Vornheim Costs 170 Bucks Now

So, yeah, the first and only printing of Vornheim (a three year old book) went for 170$.

That's more than ten times the cover price for a 64-page black-and-white book. So if you're still on the fence about buying a second (or, god forbid, first) copy of 200ish page, full color, gold trimmed, embossed Red & Pleasant Land, there's one more reason.
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14 comments:

Geoffrey McKinney said...
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Geoffrey McKinney said...

Zak, do you know if James plans on reprinting Vornheim? Do you know an approximate date for a reprinting?

Zak S said...

should be soon

Topher G said...

So, what you're saying is... we can hold off on beating people up for their copies of Vornheim. Maybe. Dependent on James.

Barry Truman said...

I regretted not buying the print version while it was around.

Andrew Kolodziej said...

Sorry I couldn't find your email so I thought I would ask in the comments, my name is Andrew L Kolodziej and I run a blog called www.thedailyrpg.com and was wondering if you might be interested in exchanging links with me. Thanks.

remial said...

well, this tells me 2 things
1) that this is a damn good book, and worth owning. and
2) REPRINT THE DAMN BOOK!

sorry, got a bit excited there...

Zak S said...

What does "exchange links" mean?

Danny Cline said...

I feel even luckier to have both of these books now (especially Vornheim).

Nerd-Wiki.de said...

Alice and Dracula? You are clearly insane. I must have and review this. And I shall since I just found a German shop that has it! YAY!

Mike Monaco said...

I think means place a link to his site on your site and he'll link to yours on his?

1d30 said...

I used to read my copy of Vornheim it first, till it tired me; and then I kept it in a pouch next to my skin, till it galled me; and now usually I hide it in a hole in the rock. ... And still sometimes I read it, when I can not bear to be parted from it any longer, or when I am very, very hungry, and tired of slim jims.

Gene Warren said...

Wow I completely misread "hide it in a hole in the rock"; now there's something Rule 34 hasn't manifested yet (ow?). I love my RPG books as much as anyone, but I don't *love* love them. For those so inclined I can see how Vornheim might fit the bill - hot, fast, and a little dangerous. Maybe that's why someone was willing to throw down $170 to wrap their hands around the hard copy.

Gene Warren said...

Wow I completely misread "hide it in a hole in the rock"; now there's something Rule 34 hasn't manifested yet (ow?). I love my RPG books as much as anyone, but I don't *love* love them. For those so inclined I can see how Vornheim might fit the bill - hot, fast, and a little dangerous. Maybe that's why someone was willing to throw down $170 to wrap their hands around the hard copy.