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Re: (TFT) Rick's Goblin Keep - Inept Adept - Massive alchemist rules - counter sheets, etc.

Rick Smith,

 I would want a copy of everything you have please send me an email offline
and we can set a price.  I can pay by Paypal if that is easier for you.  Email
me at ekroeten@farmersagent.com I would love to see this stuff no matter how
cringe worthy you think it is.


   Edward Kroeten
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 ------ Original Message ------
   Received: 04:22 PM PDT, 08/10/2013
   From: Rick Smith <rsmith@lightspeed.ca>
   To: tft@brainiac.com
   Subject: (TFT) Rick's Goblin Keep - Inept Adept - Massive alchemist rules -
counter sheets, etc.

     On Sat, 2013-13-07 at 21:27 -0700, Edward Kroeten wrote:
       > I was pulling my stuff out of "The Box" when I came upon an old
printout from
       > Ty Beard's old site which is titled TFT Collectors List by Michael
       > Next I believe the Goblin Keep, Goblin Keep Adventure Supplement and
       > Inept Adept were all done by Rick Smith who is on the list, but at
least to
       > where I have read up to in the archive (2000) did not have access to
       > copies. My main question is has anyone been able to find a copy of
these or
       > are they just gone?
       > Edward Kroeten...

       Hi Edward, everyone,
       I printed these up in hopes of selling them and
       making a profit. That didn't happen.

       Over the years, I look at what I produced as a
       kid and kinda cringe. I can do a lot better now.
       (Of course, now, I don't have time to make that
       much stuff.)

       On Ty's website I have a page which has rules
       which I use. The nice thing is if I want to
       revise them, I can do so.

       Anyway in boxes around the house, I have many
       copies of all this stuff. I don't promise it to
       be cutting edge role playing stuff and if you
       understand that bunches of it should be REVISED in
       a big way (or simply tossed out) the rest should
       be of use to TFT game masters.

       There are two things that make me reluctant to
       bring this up here.

       1) Money is a bit tight, and it would likely cost
       me a couple hundred dollars to mail it all out.

       2) I no longer think this stuff is good enough
       to try to sell it.

       3) I don't have time to do a massive organization
       job to mail it all out. (I've got a 50 hour a
       week job AND a 2 hour commute each day. I'm starting
       an extra teaching job in the fall. No vacation
       until a year has gone by. I have a hard time,
       finding time to do many things I would like to do.

       What I have includes issues of Inept Adept, The
       Great Unnamed TFT APA, Inept Adept, The Alchemist
       supplement, several counter sheets (on heavy paper
       - you have to glue them down on backer board to
       be good), and likely a few odds and ends that I've

       All of these are in different numbers. I have
       a handful of copies of the early Inept Adepts, quite
       a few Alchemical expansions, maybe twenty copies of
       the later goblin keeps, etc. So I don't have a
       standard package. A complete set would likely
       have to be mailed in a box, a smaller set could
       be mailed in a thick envelope.

       Also they are buried in different parts of the
       house. (The last time I did a big organization I
       got MOST of them in one place, I think.)


       Now I would like to get rid of these. Having a
       few boxes of stuff out of the house would be great.
       It would give us a bit more room. However, it
       would be a pretty big project and I don't have
       time for it right now. (A couple other people
       have expressed interest over the years and I keep
       thinking that I should get these organized. But
       it has not happened yet.)

       How do I decide who gets a complete set? Do an
       auction??? That sucks because, well, I don't
       really want people paying a lot of money for
       stuff that I no longer am that pleased with.

       I was planning to send a full set to Joe H. as
       a thank you for the work he's put in for keeping
       the whole Branniac TFT site running.

       Anyway, that is the situation. I would be
       interested in your thoughts. And for those who
       have asked about this stuff before, I am truly
       sorry I've not got back to you. I just have not
       had time.

       Warm regards, Rick.
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