Partly for my own benefit should I be away from home and need a list of what I have, but also as a resource for those interested in buying AA materials.
First printings: (2012 kickstart) Amazing Adventures Core Rulebook (softback; guy with jetpack cover) Amazing Adventures Player's Book (2012; 140 page softback; werewolf cover) Character Refernce Sheets (individual sheets; werewolf cover) Day of the Worm (adventure module; guy in fedora cover) GM Screen (landscape; guy in fedora cover)
Second printings: Amazing Adventures Core Rulebook (2015; hardback) Amazing Adventures Companion (2015; hardback) Manual of Monsters (2015; hardback) GM Screen (landscape; demon with sword cover) Day of the Worm (module; guy in fedora cover) The Temple of the Red God (module; wizard with spellbook cover)
Anyway, that's most of what I have at the moment. Jason can probably fill in some gaps and/or correct any errors I've posted here.
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Post by thegreyelf on Nov 21, 2015 13:40:52 GMT -6
Technically the 2012 printing was not a kickstarter, but a pre-order run through TLG's website. They used KS-like pledge levels for it, though.
Also, that year there was a limited Gen Con pre-release edition of the corebook which had the black Werewolf cover. It's inundated with errata, which are available at the TLG website. Most of those were fixed by the time of the final rocket pack release.
Temple of the Red God was for the first printing, as was Day of the Worm.
DotW is still in print, but TotRG has been let go OoP in favor of an expanded 3-part Supermodule campaign called Rise of the Red God.
Finally, the second print GM screens are portrait, not landscape
Post by thegreyelf on Dec 31, 2015 16:03:57 GMT -6
Oh, you also forgot the Gen Con pre-release edition of the core book. It was the black werewolf cover like the original character sheet packet. There were only 50 copies printed, one of which is in the hands of Wil Wheaton . Sadly it's also riddled with errata.
Last Edit: Dec 31, 2015 16:04:39 GMT -6 by thegreyelf