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Got some shit in the mail today

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Got some shit in the mail today

Information - posted by DarkUnderlord on Thu 10 October 2013, 03:55:46

Tags: Numenera KickStarter; Torment: Tides of Numenera

I had a knock on the door this morning (who knocks when you have a doorbell?) only to open it and catch the postie pulling out of the driveway. A MYSTERIOUS BLUE BAG was left beside the door. Inside were two books (inside the box stuffed with filler paper that was in the bag, that is):

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One of the books has a fold-out map in the back of its 416 pages:

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And is full of words and pictures, including maps of towns and other places:

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Monte's squiggle in book no# 231/400.

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The other book is also full of words:

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Of course this is related to our recent Tides of Numbers Campaign and are the arrival of two of our raffle prizes:
  • $25 per ticket - HARDCOVER LEATHERBOUND NUMENERA COREBOOK, signed by MONTE COOK
  • $20 per ticket - PRINTED NUMENERA PLAYER'S GUIDE, signed by MONTE COOK
Sadly, I cannot find rpgcodex mentioned in the list of KickStarter backers. :( It may be because we PayPal'd after the KickStarter was closed.

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DOES THIS MEAN THE CODEX WON'T BE MENTIONED IN-GAME?

Edit: As dolio points out, it's more likely the names listed here are from the separate Numenera corebook KickStarter. As "Name in the back of the Corebook" was something specifically offered there.

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