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All the items below are for Trade or Sale (will have shipping costs shortly, going to try to Priority Mail everything so that it has a guaranteed cost). Photos for the items are located here: For Sale and Trade Photo Gallery

Manga:

  1. Dragonball #3 (Japanese text)
  2. Dragonball #20 (Japanese text)

Novels

  1. “Hell: A Cyberpunk Thriller” by Chet Williamson
  2. “Forgotten Realms: Legacy of the Drow: Collector’s Edition” (large paperback) by R.A. Salvatore
  3. “Forgotten Realms: Paths of Darkness” (large paperback) by R.A. Salvatore
  4. “Forgotten Realms: The Icewind Dale Trilogy: Collector’s Edition” (large paperback) by R.A. Salvatore

Audiobooks:

  1. Copy of “Interview with a Vampire” audiobook on cassette
  2. Copy of “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” audiobook on cassette performed by Wil Wheaton

Strategy Guides

  1. “Heretic” official strategy guide
  2. “Lords of Magic” official strategy guide
  3. “Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri” official strategy guide (does not cover “Alien Crossfire” but does have a poster inside)
  4. “Mechwarrior 2” official strategy guide with various posters/inserts
  5. “Heimdall” official strategy guide (Sealed)

Tabletop Books

  1. “Forces of Warmachine: Cygnar”

Art Books

  1. “Art of Soulcaliber II”

Lore Books

  1. Warhammer 40K lore book: “The Imperial Infantryman’s Uplifting Primer”

Manuals Only

  1. “Star Trek: New Worlds”
  2. “Star Trek: Birth of the Federation”

Video Games (box only, no software)

  1. “Panzer General” (Longbox, Playstation 1, has manual)
  2. “Deathsmiles: Limited Edition” (wide box, Xbox 360, has faceplate)

Computer Games (big boxed)

  1. “Aces over Europe”
  2. “Operation: Flashpoint: GOTY: Collector’s Edition”
  3. “Heretic II”
  4. “Imperialism” by SSI
  5. “Transport Tycoon” by Microprose
  6. “Return to Zork” by Infocom (Sealed)
  7. “Simcity 2000: Special Edition” by Maxis (Sealed)
  8. “Silent Hunter” by SSI
  9. “Pacific General” by SSI
  10. “SSN 21: Seawolf” by EA (Sealed)
  11. “Sub Battle Simulator” by Epyx
  12. “Front Line Fighters: Apache, iF-16, HIND” by Interactive Magic

Computer Games (DVD-sized case)

  1. “Emergency: Fire Response” (Sealed)
  2. “Disney: Pixar: Cars” (Target exclusive)
  3. “Lego Star Wars”
  4. “Lego Star Wars II”
  5. “Age of Empires III: Complete Collection”
  6. “Dungeons & Dragons: The Temple of Elemental Evil” (UK version)

Computer Games (jewel case)

  1. “Sudden Strike II”
  2. “Nascar Racing 4”
  3. “Crusader: No Regret”
  4. “Dune 2000”
  5. “No Man’s Land” (2 Discs)
  6. “Serious Sam: The First Encounter”
  7. “Hexen II”
  8. “Panzer Elite: Special Edition”
  9. “Privateer II: The Darkening” (assuming all discs are inside, thing is SEALED with masking/packing tape)
  10. “American Conquest”
  11. “Cossacks: Back to War”

Console Games (cart only)

  1. “Star Control” (Genesis)

Console Games (discs only)”

  1. “Mechwarrior 2” (Playstation 1)
  2. “Bootleg Sampler” (Sega Saturn)
  3. “Bicycle Board Games ver 1.0/Microsoft Works 7.0”

More will come and I will update this post as things are added and removed.

Thanks!

LongwoodGeek aka Gerry

I had an absolute blast last weekend at ETSU-Con in Johnson City, TN! It was amazing getting to meet so many awesome cosplayers and the guests that the con had were amazing. Nolan North (https://twitter.com/nolan_north) and Courtenay Taylor (https://twitter.com/courtenaytaylor) were just as charming in person as you would expect them to be. They both had incredible stories and advice for up-and-coming voice artists. They also signed autographs and were very reasonable on prices for them (some celebrities charge $40+ for autographs). ETSU-Con covered the first autograph for free in the fees they paid the VAs and additional ones were only $10 which was incredibly awesome of Nolan and Courtenay to do.

Jirard Khalil (https://twitter.com/JKCompletesIt) and Alex Faciane (https://twitter.com/FacianeA) were the other two major guests at the con and they did not disappoint either! They both hail from “That One Video Gamer” (http://www.thatonevideogamer.com/) and have “The Completionist” (https://www.youtube.com/user/ThatOneVideoGamer/) and “The National Dex” (https://www.youtube.com/user/TheNationalDex) respectively and collaborate on “Super Beard Bros” (https://www.youtube.com/user/ThatOneLaserClown/). I was super, super excited to see them and even got a little emotional during their Q&A. Their videos helped me get through a really lousy time about a year ago when I was diagnosed with my autoimmune disorder. I presented them with tribute (a copy of Starflight, Star Control, and Buck Rogers: Countdown to Doomsday all on Genesis and a VHS tape of “Donkey Kong Country: The full length movie!”). I also got photos with them and they signed my “+5 Shirt of Awesome.” Puck (https://twitter.com/PuckBrandedArt), who was also with me, got Alex and Jirard to do a video for me to help cheer me up on my bad days. Lets just say that “truck nuts” are forever imprinted on my mind. I also got them to sign the interview I did with Chris Avellone (https://twitter.com/ChrisAvellone) that they posted on the TOVG site a few years ago. That is what Jirard is holding in the picture below.

I also got to present my “Collecting Retro Video Games” panel at ETSU-Con and I had really good attendance! You can watch my panel here on YouTube. I got some really good questions throughout the panel as well which made it even more fun and interesting. I will have JPEGs of the PowerPoint available on this post as well.

The Dealer’s Room was really nice as well and both Puck and I grabbed some awesome stuff from there. He got me a copy of “Final Fantasy II” (which was IV in Japan) and I got him a shirt and a Gatomon plushie. We also ate at a German restaurant in downtown Johnson City called “Freiberg’s” and IT WAS INCREDIBLE! Honestly, that was some of the best mashed potatoes and homemade sauerkraut I’ve ever had!

Overall Puck and I had an absolute blast and I hope that they do have an ETSU-Con next year (it is in question due to renovations being done at the Culp Center on ETSU’s campus). Currently I am writing this from my hotel room at Mysticon in Roanoke, VA where I have been restricted to due to coming down with viral gastritis earlier in the week. Puck and Thesally are having fun at the con and helping with A/V while I work on some other projects.

Thank you all for reading this and I hope to see some of you all in the near future!

LongwoodGeek (aka Gerry)

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