mobiusclimber Global Trader - willing to trade internationally

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Washington, United StatesUnited States
Has traded with 230 Different Traders (327 total trades) [+1 pending]
Ratings are excellent [100%] [229 ratings]
Last login: on 27-Apr-2018 at 12:47am
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Member since: 9-Apr-2008
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Deal Preference: Trade or Sell
I Trade: Mostly looking for Complete Only, this includes cartridge based games


AT THIS TIME I'M NOT LOOKING FOR LOW VALUE TRADES (LESS THAN $20). Shipping isn't worth it to me.

I am actively looking for the following games:

Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom (NES)
Snatcher (Sega CD)
Tales of Vesperia
JPN-only PS2 RPGs
Panzer Dragoon Saga
Any repro NES, SNES or Genesis carts
Boxes/manuals I need to complete my collection (see below) - generally won't take manuals alone unless that's all I need, will take boxes alone tho

My Rating System:
1 = Low Want, mostly just usable to even out a trade
2 = Semi-Low Want, can be part of a trade but not the whole trade
3 = Average Want, might do a straight up trade depending on value and/or what you are asking for
4 = I Want This! Let's trade. :)
5 = I DESPERATELY Want This! Gimme!!!!
5+ = Holy Grail Want. I would probably even do an uneven trade, favoring you of course, if you trade this w/ me (depending on what you're asking for)

If it doesn't have a number next to it, it's something that is a semi-low want, but worth a decent amount of money. What that means is I want to trade for it, but usually only in trades where I give several low value items for it (or several medium value items, depending on the value of the item in question). Basically, I'll get rid of lots of little things for it, but probably not a one-for-one trade. Of course it could also mean I just forgot to put a value. XD

- General "Who Sends First" Rules Apply (same as anyone). If you have a gold star, we can send same time.
- Boxed Games go in BOXES when mailing, not bubble mailers! The USPS gives away free boxes when you ship Priority, including some that are Flate Rate. The cost is comparable to First Class + packing material (bubble mailer) so there's really no reason not to do this.
- If we agree to first class, send first class. If we agree to delivery confirmation, make sure you use delivery confirmation. Failure will likely result in a lower rating. If we agree to send same time and I get a message before heading to the PO that you sent Media Mail instead of First Class, expect that I will wait for your package to arrive before sending to you. If your side of the trade is too heavy/bulky for first class, bump UP not down. At the least, throw in a freebie to make up for it.
- Grade your items correctly OR inform me of any blemishes BEFORE we agree to the trade. (Please read UPDATE below.)
- My job doesn't permit me to get to the PO more than three times in one week (and sometimes less). Please be understanding of this. If I'm ever really late, I will throw in a freebie to make up for it.

I'm looking to trade bundles of games for a few of the more expensive games. Anyone with an extra copy of Brigandine, Chrono Trigger (SNES), Lunar 2 Eternal Blue, Magical Chase (*cough*), etc etc etc and wants a bunch of NES carts or something, I'm the person to trade with. ^-^ In some cases, I don't even care if it's disc-only or whatever, I just want to play the game.

I also have some sweet promo stuff, some of which I've never seen anywhere else, like a Squaresoft VHS preview tape. I've also got lots of demos if you're into that.

One other thing: with games that have regular type cases (DVD or CD) I don't factor in the condition of these into the rating itself (excellent, very good, etc), but I do describe their condition.

Also, I put prices next to things to give a general idea of how much I value them and what it will probably take to get them from me. However, this is just a rough guide. Feel free to make an offer that you think is fair. One other thing to note: items that need to be shipped in boxes are a higher value than what they normally would be, just b/c of the extra cost of shipping. If we are trading like items, then you can safely ignore about $5 on the price tag. This goes for any game that is in a cardboard box, Saturn & Playstation games in long boxes. I expect these types of items to be sent in a box for added protection as that is what I will do.

Finally, I have a small amount of DVDs and CDs up for trade, most of it rare stuff (Nirvana Blue Moon bootlegs, anime, etc).

If you decline an offer I send you, please state why. If you don't, I will be much less inclined to trade with you in the future. Unless you send me a really good offer, I probably won't trade with you at all, and I certainly won't send you any offers. It's just common courtesy and doesn't take more than half a minute to do.


Legend of Zelda I & II (boxes, in MINT condition)
Abadox (box, manual)
Magician (box)
Zoda's Revenge (box, manual)

Final Fantasy II (everything)
Shadowrun (everything)
Soul Blazer (everything)
Might & Magic (box)
Super Mario RPG (everything)

Spellcaster (everything)

Phantasy Star II (manual and map, in MINT condition)
Crusader of Centy (everything)
Road Rash (everything)

Lunar 2 Eternal Blue (manual)
Popful Mail (everything)
Dark Wizard (everything)

Kolibri (everything)

Dark Savior (box/art)
Virtual Hydlide (box/art)
Enemy Zero (box/art)

Rhapsody (box/art)
Brigandine (manual, map, Lunar 2 demo)
Breath of Fire III (art)
Silent Hill (everything)
Tales of Destiny (everything)


Please please please make sure you accurately describe your games OR let me know when you haven't. I'm not a huge stickler, but I expect items to not be fair if you've described them as excellent! Excellent means they look as good as unopened, they just aren't still sealed. If there's a stray scuff or something, I won't stress over it, but I think it's really easy to look at an item and tell if it's Excellent or not. I've had three instances so far where the item I received was much worse condition than the Excellent that it was rated. If you're not sure what rating to give your game, look it over carefully and then use the description area to DESCRIBE the problems with it. This way anyone can rate it for themselves. Any scuffs or scratches on the bottom of the disc? Is the cartridge label worn at all? Any missing spots on the label? Is there a price sticker, partial sticker or sticker residue on anything? Is the manual worn, torn, wrinkled or in any other way not looking the way it did when brand new? I'm sorry but these are really simple easy questions to determine. Telling me the game works so what's my problem doesn't solve anything. Sorry, but it's really frustrating to have to deal w/ this, particularly as I've been actually burned twice over it. If you send me something that you've rated as Excellent and it's in fair condition AND you do nothing to fix this situation, expect a low rating from me.

Wow, you actually read all the way to the bottom? As your reward, let's PARTY HARD!

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