This is the traditional weekly thrift and bargain finds list.
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Our GeekGuild: The Ancient and Loyal Order of Thrifters Enter the halls of thriftdom at your own risk. Do mind the stacks of prized games. Don't mention the musty smell and try not to sneeze. Current Thrift King belial1134, previous Kings Great Mazinga, minionhunter I, Krazygit I, EvilTimmy I and Blackwind I.
$1 at Goodwill - one deck of Magic cards. Looks like someone's Affinity deck, circa 2006 (it included some Ravnica lands) - Broodstars, a Blinkmoth Nexus, Foil Shrapnel Blast -- sadly, no Ravagers, Divining Tops or Aether Vials... but hey, not bad for a buck!
.99 at GW. Seems complete although the instructions don't say how many cards are in the deck. Should have taken a closer look at the cards, as they're in rougher shape than I would have thought judging by the condition of the box.
Stale pastry is hollow succor to a man who is bereft of ostrich.
Complete, game opened but parts still in shrink, $1.20 at Value World. Who ever originally bought this game never found the time to try it, but they did manage to nearly split the board seams by folding it incorrectly and forcing it back in the box.
Didn't expect the charity shops to be open on Good Friday (or the other shops that I had to visit, but hey), but after a drought of nothing but mass market tat, near mint, with river expansion, for 95p!
I was at Superior Thrift for the first time in over a month. I had expected a good haul as usual, but I could immediately see there weren't as many games on the shelves as usual. Large gaps in the line of boxes (on end) that are usually cramed in there. My first pass and I really didn't see much that I was in need of or worth the effort. As I passed back, I caought sight of Shipwrecked. I have the small box version, but I hadn't seen the large one, which is quite heavy what with the glass "gemstones" it comes with. I can attest this is complete and was played maybe once if at all.
Found at Superior thrift for $0.85 with senior discount