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    I found The Falcon and the Wolf novel at WotC page and have read it.

    Well now i have a question about that.

    Will WotC publish the older Birthright novels like The Iron Throne and so on also as PDF?
    I checked amazon and found that i would have to pay around 25$ for only one book. (live in Europe)

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    I doubt they have any plans to do so, although it would be nice. The Iron Throne is the sole Birthright product that I don't possess and I would love to get hold of a copy.
    Let me claim your Birthright!!

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    >This post was generated by the Birthright.net message forum.

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    > Tarilan wrote:

    > I found The Falcon and the Wolf novel at WotC page and have read it.Well now i have a question about that.Will WotC publish the older Birthright novels like The Iron Throne and so on also as PDF? I checked amazon and found that i would have to pay around 25$ for only one book. (live in Europe)

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    I don´t know anything about WotC´s plans, but I have a complete

    collection of all novels and books, bought at both Amazon.de,

    Amazon.co.uk Amazon.com and Ebay. Be patient, from time to time nearly

    anything shows up in an auction, be it old dragon magazines with BR

    articles or BR books or novels.



    From where in Europe? Germany?

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    I'm from Germany.

    Ok then i will look for the books at amazon.

    But there should be other writen stories of birthright around that weren't printed by TSR or WotC. Is there something known about such stories?`
    Fan Fiction ...

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    >This post was generated by the Birthright.net message forum.

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    > Tarilan wrote:

    > I`m from Germany.

    > Ok then i will look for the books at amazon.

    > But there should be other writen stories of birthright around that weren`t printed by TSR or WotC. Is there something known about such stories?`

    > Fan Fiction ...

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    I´m from Germany too, and I have spare copies of the novel Greatheart

    and the adventure If you are interested email me privately at

    Archmage@t-online.de

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    Michael Romes

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    novel (The Iron Throne). The elven novel was the best

    -- whatever it`s called -- and it`s far from canonical.



    -Scott



    At 01:57 PM 7/25/2003 +0200, you wrote:

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    > Raesene Andu wrote:

    > I doubt they have any plans to do so, although it would be nice. The

    > Iron Throne is the sole Birthright product that I don`t possess and I

    > would love to get hold of a copy.

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    > It`s a really crappy novel (The Iron Throne). The elven novel was the

    > best

    > -- whatever it`s called -- and it`s far from canonical.



    Greatheart was it.

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    I know now where to look for the old offical stuff.


    But what is about fan fiction?
    Was never something writen? No stories that were rejected by TSR?

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    Originally posted by Tarilan@Jul 25 2003, 07:18 PM
    I'm from Germany.

    Ok then i will look for the books at amazon.

    But there should be other writen stories of birthright around that weren't printed by TSR or WotC. Is there something known about such stories?`
    Fan Fiction ...
    Nice to welcome another German member (I'm from there too). I still find BR novels at our local role-play book store...
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    ng about WotC´s plans, .....

    >Amazon.co.uk Amazon.com and Ebay. Be patient, ....

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    >From where in Europe? Germany?

    >bye

    >Michael



    Yes I agree I have done this also and I have completed many collections this

    way. Even the miniatures and comic book I found on ebay. Who knows maybe

    someday I will scan my copies, but until my scanner starts working again I

    stress patience.





    As a side note for those of you Stargate SG-1 fans Amazon.co.uk sells DVDs

    all the way up through season 6. You`ll need a multiregional DVD player

    though.



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