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I am willing to trade multiple items, stuff from my owned list, etc, and am willing to sweeten the deal, or pay postage, let's deal.

 
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Merchant of Empire was a print and play. Himalaya is the board game revision of it. I believe you won't be able to find any real board game of Merchants of Empire unless someone made a really good version of it.
 
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That's what I was hoping for... either version, really.
 
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You should ask for the files to make your own.

I liked the Merchant version much better, but I've only played it twice. After I found the world of eurogaming, it got put on the backburner for more established bit-heavy games. Bits really add to fun from my experience.

I could try to find the files on my old computer (filled with the Stealth virus last I remember).
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As touched as I am that you would go to the trouble of sending me a collection of virus-saturated files from your archive ( ), if the designer wants that version off the grid I'll respect his wishes and and stick to already-printed copies... I'll try and contact him, though, and see if I can get his blessing since Himilaya is OOP. I'll let you know.

Thanks!
 
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