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Book binding... is it a big deal?

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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 11:39 am 
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It's been a long time since I bought a rulebook and it began desintegrating within the first week. But that used to happen all the time. If you're going to write/produce a set of rules, what do you think the best format to print the rules are?

I mean, you've got hardcover books, trade paperbacks, the old folded and stapled down the spine routine, etc.


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PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2006 7:14 am 
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They always charge more for hardbacks. In the UK, the Rogue Trader rules came out in a messed up hardback. Mine was fine but I know a friend who's RT came out of a faulty teleporter. It was sick how they could print out something chock full of misprints and then print out a softback in better form.

I know that a good hardback is more resistant to falling down your staircase. I'm sure it would be worthwhile so long as it ain't the warped Rogue trader.

I used to get upset when my palladium rpg books had a creased spine. Ah well, can't be helped eh?


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