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Wild Cards is a series of science fiction superhero shared universe anthologies, mosaic novels, and solo novels written by a collection of more than thirty authors referred to as the Wild Cards Trust and edited by George R. R. Martin and co-edited by Melinda M. Snodgrass. Set largely during an alternate history of post-World War II United States, the series follows humans who contracted the Wild Card virus, an alien virus that rewrites DNA and mutates survivors; those who acquire minor or crippling physical conditions are known as Jokers, and those who acquire superhuman abilities are known as Aces.
The series originated from a long-running campaign of the Superworld role-playing game, gamemastered by Martin and involving many of the original authors. The framework of the series was developed by Martin and Snodgrass, including the origin of the characters' superhuman abilities and the card-based terminology.
The first installment, Wild Cards, was released in January 1987 by Bantam Books, and as of December 2017, twenty-four books have been released through four publishers; a triad of new books has been completed for release through Tor Books. The series has also been adapted to comic books, graphic novels, and role-playing games.
I have at least 4 Buzz Inn gift cards for $50 I thought I would see if someone could use. I'm keeping a couple for my own use but ended up with way to many as we don't eat out much any more.
Looking to get $48 cash a piece for them. (They cost me $56 each.) or Two for $95. (Or Best offer, open...
18 Pounds of Baseball Trading Cards: Fleer, Topps, Upper Deck, Score, Donruss and other cards. Condition is Very Good as these have been in storage for 20 years.
NO LONGER AVAILABLE. WILL BE RE-LISTING WITH MORE CARDS.
Baseball Cards for Sale or Trade
Assortment of baseball cards ranging from 1985 to 1996. These were the wife's collection. Cards look to be in pristine condition. $60 obo or trade for tools, ammo, or RCBS reloading equipment
I found my old sports card stash.
mostly 1989-1994 baseball, basketball and some football and hockey.
there is a good amount
I'd say at least 1000 cards...if not more
great for your son or daughter who likes sports and wants to learn a little history
$50 or trade for ammo.
300 blk subs or 6.5 cred
Guess what time it is campers ...
Majority of mass shooters finance their weapon stockpiles with credit
Obvious time. Would you guess that most guns are bought with credit cards. Guess what that means.
I'm HOPING we can have a singular page here to build upon fighting this and not spread out to heaven knows what/where. There's no doubt it's going to cost $ and we NEED a SINGLE source of income. My suggestion being a GoFundMe page. All the $ into one pot for someone like the SAF to work from...
Remember that? Last night there was a report out the same people that are pushing for us to go cashless are asking the credit card companies to not allow you to purchase guns or ammo with a credit card. Think about that a bit as you don't use cash anymore and how the card companies will run your...
I have two Sportsman’s Warehouse gift cards worth $530.00 will sell fo $425.00 cash! No trades.
Need the cash for a emergency bill that came up.
Please send pm only
Very good deal for someone
Can meet anywhere in the Vancouver/Portland metro area.