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Lemartes: More than one copy possible!

PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 12:22 pm
by mstevns
I just received the following email from BL:

Congratulations on reaching six Service Studs and securing your free First Edition novel.

We have now recorded this achievement and can guarantee that you will be receiving one copy of Lemartes: Guardian of the Lost.

To allow you to continue collecting Service Studs and receive an additional copy of Lemartes: Guardian of the Lost, I have reset your Service Stud total to zero.


:shock:

I don't know, I had sort of figured in my naïvety that it was only possible to have one? What do you guys think? You need to be really into selling expensive limited editions for it to be worth going for - or maybe it will be useful as a trade for a spare copy of Meduson with someone who is able to go to the BL grand opening in May :lol:

Ye gods, my bank account hates me enough already as it is...

Re: Lemartes: More than one copy possible!

PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 5:09 pm
by Lord of the Night
Congrats, if you do manage to get a copy of Lemartes (and if I don't) i'd be interested in buying it from you.


LotN

Re: Lemartes: More than one copy possible!

PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 7:39 pm
by Major Rawne
I think it was all a pleasant surprise when people started to hit the required token number.

There are some mixed feelings in me about this. On the one hand it is great that BL are doing this, but I don't actually want a second copy of the book I would much rather have any surplus tokens roll over to whatever comes next (provided they do something else).

Re: Lemartes: More than one copy possible!

PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 11:45 am
by mstevns
LotN, I don't think I will manage to gather another 6 tokens before the deadline, but thanks for asking :)
Anyhow, we'll talk business should it come to be.

Major R, I guess a permanent loyalty scheme may be interesting, but as always there are upsides and downsides. The amount of purchases required is the sticking point, I would think.

Anyway, I am sure we will find out more once the Lemartes "experiment" has run its course!