Posting Games: Sunday October 21st (6:00 PM EDT) to Monday October 29th (11:00 PM EDT)
Want List Submissions: Monday October 29th (11:00 PM EDT) to Thursday November 1st (10:00 PM EDT)
Results posted shortly thereafter.
Rules (Please read carefully):
1. Board Games, RPG's, Video Games and items outside the scope of BGG are all permitted.
2. There is a limit of two (2) Gift Certificate and two (2) Geek Gold entries per person. Gift Certificate and GeekGold arbitrage are NOT allowed. Neither are cash offerings.
3. Non-game entries must be added using "Outside the Scope of BGG" (Game ID 23953). Make sure to use the +altname+ brief description -altname- format in the description of your item for it to properly show up in the OLWLG.
4. You must describe the condition of your games as accurately as possible. This includes both the box and it's contents.
5. You must clearly state the editions and languages of all games posted. Do not just state "edition as posted", as pictures do not show up in the OLWLG.
6. Shipping - You shall be required to cover full shipping to any location within Canada.
7. Do NOT delete any entries after they have been submitted. Just include a blank wantlist for that particular item instead.
8. Please do NOT include links to any other games (or items) in your entries, so that they are not misleadingly displayed as sweetners in the OLWLG.
Yeah, this overlaps with the FGC Games Day trade that I'm running, and the TABSCon one will follow (I assume). I'll list my stuff here, and if I trade anything in the FGC one, I'll just submit a blank Want List for it here.
This is the first math trade I've participated in with shipping involved. I am familiar with the want list generator, etc., but I am unsure of the proper steps to take after the trade results are published. Can someone point me in the direction of a resource detailing this process? I've already found this thread: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/156295/after-the-math-tr... which describes using trade manager and trade proposals to give shipping addresses to the other traders. Given that I am likely to give and receive games from different BGG users, which user would I propose a trade to?
So what happened at #675 / #676? Did UltimateJarhead delete an item? I thought you were not supposed to do that.
This used to be a critical error that could possibly cause the entire trade to be void. Now, it has no effect unless the perfect storm of missteps are taken a user who: 1) manually writes down the numbers of the items they want, and 2) finds them in the OLWLG list and clicks "add" without actually reading the title of the item they are adding
Personally, I'd much rather have items be deleted from the list than the old method of modifying the entry or just not submitting a want list for the item.