Cards going OOP is one thing, but boards and only about a year after release?!? Obviously marked up on eBay, leaving gamestores as an option, but my hopes were just dashed, as Brookhurst doesn't have 'em. Where could I find a set in the US?
I just called Guardian Games and they'll get back to me soon, but even if they do find a box, the person on the phone wasn't sure he could mail it. I have no idea the size of the box and the weight. If I could convince them to mail it, am I looking at less than $20 or more to Massachusetts? It's a shame I can't find one on the East Coast.pretty sure my local store in Portland, Guardian Games, has a set. I'll try and double check next time im in there.
Postage is the issue...A local game store near me (Norway) may have 1 or 2 left. PM me if interested. Postage may be costly though.
If you put some effort into it, you could get a 3rd party industrial sci-fi gaming mat, then put walls on top of that. This is actually a much better solution which has the following benefits:
- Better long-lasting quality. Gaming mats don't wear and tear as much as cardboard, specially under transport. Survives liquid spill (beer/soda).
- More freedom to set up walls in unique ways, instead of the official tiles where walls are pre-set.
- 2.5D, add additional hazards and terrain yourself, making it a much more interested board than printed 2d cardboard. You could make make fans, slime, furnace and other effects, and place it more freely.