Thursday, May 10, 2012

Need a copy of the Dungeon Alphabet? These guys can help you

If you've got a cool grand, that is.


I know those prices aren't indicative of the market and/or the book's availability, and are merely an artifact of the way some online retailers work on Amazon, but I still find it pretty hilarious.

8 comments:

The Iron Goat said...

What IS the angle they're working when they do that? Someone out there must know the theory behind it.

Joseph Bloch said...

I think I need to set up an Amazon store.

Just after a quick trip to the Compleat Strategist, that is.

Anonymous said...

wait. you mean it really does retail for 9.99? I thought that was part of the cover art-a tribute to early D&D supplements. geeze I've been ripped off!. someone owes me $990.00! Man I got my head my ass sometimes...

Anonymous said...

missing word "up"

The Degenerate Elite said...

This may be a good time to jump on that listing just to have a backup copy in case the binding ever fails on mine.


Ha!! I could use that book as a motorcycle loading ramp and it wouldn't hurt it.

Aaron E. Steele said...

I've got a copy i'll sell you, it's a steal at only $499.99

Eric said...

Holy Crap, glad I picked up my copy before the price explosion!

Andreas Davour said...

I just recently bought a copy of an out of print book for $25 which sell for $400 from some vendors.

How did those sellers get their 90%+ rating??