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Topic: DQ Book IV in stock

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  • DQ Book IV in stock

    Just to let you know, Book Four of the DestinyQuest series is now available and in stock on the Megara Entertainment website (http://www.megara-entertainment.com/).

    NOTE: this is a paperback version of the book that comes with two laminated A4 maps. There are no maps inside the book.

    A version of the paperback with maps inside will be printed, but this is currently delayed.

  • Re: DQ Book IV in stock

    I missed the kickstarter so will you be selling the loot cards afterwards on here? Also can I buy the hardback too? I'd really like the bonus quest in the book.

  • Re: DQ Book IV in stock

    It's hard to say. The loot cards and the hardback are technically KS exclusives, so those who pledged for the KS and opted for those rewards will be entitled to them first - and I expect there will be limited print runs.

    However, perhaps there may be a few left over that Megara might sell on their website or allow me to have - we will have to wait and see what happens.

  • Re: DQ Book IV in stock

    I want that version bad now I seen the cover! Looks awesome!

  • Re: DQ Book IV in stock

    @ Sinett

    The hardback collector's edition of Raiders of Dune Sea is now available via the Megara Entertainment website:

    http://www.megara-entertainment.com/

  • Re: DQ Book IV in stock

    Just trying to decide which one to get. What exactly does the new fillers mean in the hardback version. If you could perhaps describe the differences in more detail that would be awesome thank you.

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