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    1st Edition AD&D Reprints to be available outside North America

    Good news for those outside North America who were hoping to get their hands on one of the upcoming 1st Edition AD&D deluxe reprints.

    The product description on WotC's site has been changed - it no longer says North American hobby retail channels only.

    In addition, the books have popped up on both [ame="http://www.amazon.com/1st-Edition-Premium-Players-Handbook/dp/0786962437/"]Amazon.com[/ame] and [ame="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Edition-Premium-Dungeon-Masters-Guide/dp/0786962410/"]Amazon.co.uk[/ame].

    You can read about the reprints here, and see the new book covers here. Some of the profit from these books goes to the Gygax Memorial Fund.

    Thanks go to Warunsun for spotting this!


 

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    Yes, Amazon Japan also. Thanks for the heads up.

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    Is Amazon Japan close enough to be relatively cheap to ship to Australia, New Zealand and environs?
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    Interesting that WotC has decided there's broader demand for this than they apparently at first realized. I wonder if that'll affect the chances of seeing more reprint products.
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    I wonder if this development was behind the release delay.

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    This means more money for the Gygax Memorial Fund. And that's a good thing.
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    Really happy to see this. So tired of hearing about gamers outside of the US being ignored.
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    I wonder if this development was behind the release delay.
    I was thinking the exact same thing. It makes sense although if it was it would have been a good idea for WotC to announce that too. Of course then they probably would have had US gamers up in arms that they had to wait because of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TarionzCousin View Post
    Is Amazon Japan close enough to be relatively cheap to ship to Australia, New Zealand and environs?
    No idea, but worth a try. They have a very nice selection of D&D stuff, a lot of pathfinder, but little more.

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