Product Codes [CB71...]

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Product Codes [CB71...]

Post by delazar » Sun Jul 30, 2017 1:57 pm

I was going through my collection, and I seem to miss CB71002, 08, and 14.

Anyone knows which books are these? Where can i find a list with all the product codes?

Edit: also, I recently bought the deluxe dice set, and the code is CB71020.

I'm supposing Bree is 15, but what are 16,17, 18, and 19?

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Re: Product Codes [CB71...]

Post by delazar » Sun Jul 30, 2017 2:07 pm

searched around the interwebs, I found a few more on the catalogues of webshops

still missing CB710-02, 08, 14, 18

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Re: Product Codes [CB71...]

Post by Enevhar Aldarion » Mon Jul 31, 2017 5:46 am

cb71002 is the number for the original extra set of dice you could buy.

No clue about the others.

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Re: Product Codes [CB71...]

Post by Jon Hodgson » Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:06 am

Answering here rather than on Twitter.

So the sequence of CB7 SKUs identify products for distributors and retailers, and in our own systems. They don't necessarily run concurrently, nor in release order.

Sometimes a product gets delayed or cancelled, sometimes codes are needed for things that won't make much sense outside of distribution. Sometimes there are backstage reasons for allocating particular codes, to do with other products from other lines being produced at the same time.

Cutting to the point - this means there isn't a comprehensive list that runs in numerical order that you could use to track a collection, nor is there a publicly available list.
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Re: Product Codes [CB71...]

Post by delazar » Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:38 am

Enevhar Aldarion wrote:
Mon Jul 31, 2017 5:46 am
cb71002 is the number for the original extra set of dice you could buy.

No clue about the others.
I think the dice should be cb71001. I'll make a post with my findings soon.

Edit: strangely enough, some retailers have a Victoriana product under CB71002...
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Re: Product Codes [CB71...]

Post by delazar » Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:14 am

CB71000 - TOR RPG first edition
CB71001 - Dice Set
CB71002 - ???
CB71003 - Tales from Wilderland Softcover
CB71004 - Loremaster Screen & Lake Town
CB71005 - The Darkening of Mirkwood
CB71006 - Rivendell
CB71007 - The Heart of the Wild
CB71008 - ???
CB71009 - TOR RPG Revised
CB71010 - Ruins of the North
CB71011 - Adventurers Companion
CB71012 - Horselords of Rohan
CB71013 - Journeys and Maps
CB71014 - ???
CB71015 - Erebor
CB71016 - Dice Set Green
CB71017 - Tales from Wilderland Hardcover
CB71018 - ???
CB71019 - Bree
CB71020 - Dice Set Deluxe

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Re: Product Codes [CB71...]

Post by delazar » Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:15 am

Jon Hodgson wrote:
Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:06 am
Answering here rather than on Twitter.

So the sequence of CB7 SKUs identify products for distributors and retailers, and in our own systems. They don't necessarily run concurrently, nor in release order.

Sometimes a product gets delayed or cancelled, sometimes codes are needed for things that won't make much sense outside of distribution. Sometimes there are backstage reasons for allocating particular codes, to do with other products from other lines being produced at the same time.

Cutting to the point - this means there isn't a comprehensive list that runs in numerical order that you could use to track a collection, nor is there a publicly available list.
Thanks for the reply!

As per my above list, I think I have everything (yey!)

For my peace of mind, could you tell me what CB71002, 08, 14, and 18 are supposed to be?

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Re: Product Codes [CB71...]

Post by Jon Hodgson » Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:47 am

delazar wrote:
Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:15 am
Jon Hodgson wrote:
Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:06 am
Answering here rather than on Twitter.

So the sequence of CB7 SKUs identify products for distributors and retailers, and in our own systems. They don't necessarily run concurrently, nor in release order.

Sometimes a product gets delayed or cancelled, sometimes codes are needed for things that won't make much sense outside of distribution. Sometimes there are backstage reasons for allocating particular codes, to do with other products from other lines being produced at the same time.

Cutting to the point - this means there isn't a comprehensive list that runs in numerical order that you could use to track a collection, nor is there a publicly available list.
Thanks for the reply!

As per my above list, I think I have everything (yey!)

For my peace of mind, could you tell me what CB71002, 08, 14, and 18 are supposed to be?
For more information please reread my post.
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Re: Product Codes [CB71...]

Post by delazar » Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:50 am

Jon Hodgson wrote:
Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:47 am
delazar wrote:
Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:15 am
Jon Hodgson wrote:
Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:06 am
Answering here rather than on Twitter.

So the sequence of CB7 SKUs identify products for distributors and retailers, and in our own systems. They don't necessarily run concurrently, nor in release order.

Sometimes a product gets delayed or cancelled, sometimes codes are needed for things that won't make much sense outside of distribution. Sometimes there are backstage reasons for allocating particular codes, to do with other products from other lines being produced at the same time.

Cutting to the point - this means there isn't a comprehensive list that runs in numerical order that you could use to track a collection, nor is there a publicly available list.
Thanks for the reply!

As per my above list, I think I have everything (yey!)

For my peace of mind, could you tell me what CB71002, 08, 14, and 18 are supposed to be?
For more information please reread my post.
Ok, thanks again.

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