This is the traditional weekly thrift and bargain finds list.
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$3, dropped my wife off at school and figured I'd hit up my usual VV since I was only 15mins over my lunch hour. I wasn't even going to buy this except that the contents are still bagged and the tiles are unpunched, plus it looks kinda like a fun little aiming game, also the robot dice look really cool. BUT FIRST I'll see if I can sell it
Upon picking this up I noticed the following behind it...
$3, missing the ring (typical!!) and the dice (meh!), plus someone cut out the ring image from the rulebook (what sort of sick SOB does that?). But I frankly don't care, this bad boy will DEFINATELY get some play. Luckily I have a spare LOTR ring lying around and dice are well....dice I can grab them from anywhere.
Durham Rescue Mission, 50 cents. Still need to check for completeness.
 Missing only one black-backed challenge token -- all the spies are present, so it should still be playable. Includes all the cool minis in the picture K_I_T posted below (including the metal Jack Flack), but my d12 is white and the images on the black dice are a bit worn. Box lid is dished and board is slightly bowed, but instruction book and code spinner are present.
"...This is the work of God, that ye believe on him whom he hath sent."-- John 6:29
Neat little game set I'd never heard of. On-Sets--with cards, sand timer, booklet of games and 18 very odd dice, all packed in a plastic box a little thicker than a CD case.. Only 35 cents at St. Vincent, but missing one of the playing mats and three cards.
Fortunately, there is a photo of the cards on the data page so maybe I can print some. I don't know about the other playing surface though. May have to go to the parts resource list.
All of these were in a single haul. They would have been priced 1/2 of what I listed, but I just noticed that I got overcharged by about $6 total. It's for the Salvation Army, so I'm not worried about that.