#RPGaDay 2017: Day 20 – What is the best source for out-of-print RPGs?

Today’s question is pretty simple. What’s your go-to place for out of print RPGs?

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There are various places someone can check out when looking for out of print RPGs. First of all, there are places that specialize exactly in that. For example, Noble Knight is a very well stocked web store. I haven’t used it myself but I’ve only heard good things about it.

Next there’s eBay. You will need to do a lot of research in this place. You won’t only find scammers there but also people who like overpricing their items. However, you can always find some gems in there and sometimes some good bargains.

Another place you can possible find older, out of print RPGs is Facebook. There are a lot of groups about RPGs that people sometimes place ads about selling their books, but also there are groups that specialize in that sort of thing.

Finally, you should also ask at your LGS. It may have something left in stock, or maybe someone is looking to sell. In my LGS, for example, there are a few older books still available and there’s also a bulletin board where people can leave notes.

And that’s my answer to today’s question. I mentioned a few sources instead of one because, when I’m interested in an older RPG I check all of the ones mentioned. What is your favorite source of out of print RPGs?

Tomorrow’s question is “Which RPG does the most with the least words?”.

So until then, have fun!

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