Premium vs standard

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andrew
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Re: Premium vs standard

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Everything is standard edition for now, but we will be launching a new online store in September (hopefully) that will have more options. For now, DTRPG is the best portal for variety.
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Re: Premium vs standard

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Does this apply to the boxed set available from the store as well? Are those books printed in Premium or Standard?

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Re: Premium vs standard

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Yup standard as well. You may consider the bundle rather than the boxed set if you plan to go the DTRPG route.
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andrew wrote:Yup standard as well. You may consider the bundle rather than the boxed set if you plan to go the DTRPG route.
This last post slightly confuses me. If I'm going to buy anything it will be the Premium printing. The book is apparently gorgeous and I'd rather pay out the extra cash to go all in.

If I go to DTRPG I could have the option of Premium, yes?

Also, is there a Premium version of Illustrated Edda? Or does the print quality of that book not matter as much?
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Re: Premium vs standard

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DTRPG has premium and Edda doesn't have a premium edition yet. Maybe next year.

The bundle I was suggesting includes runes and laminated playmats.
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