Talk:Ral Partha

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I've moved the old category-based index onto this article page. It's more compact that the auto-generated index, doesn't use HTML tables, and has a better implemented (and standardized) floating menu when you hover on the logo - but it has to be built by hand. The original category page and index with the A-Z groupings can still be reached by hitting the Ral Partha category at the bottom of the page and then clicking back to the redirect. The new contents index on this article page is provisional: perhaps a strict A-Z index is preferable, or maybe by year? Feedback welcome. Even so, by far the best way to find RP figures is to know the product code and hit the Range List. I'm mentioning this as RP is one of the main manufacturers covered on the wiki and this new change is going to be apparent to a lot more wiki users now. - Cattwister 19:32, 12 November 2018 (UTC)

> RE Product List : Since it might be the rare case that a product code is known but not the range

I think that this would be more useful than you might think, and would be primary way of looking things up in a lot of cases. I had been going to do this for a long time, but never quite got over the hump regarding how to handle the cases where code ranges were reused over time (primarily for the 01-xxx and 02-xxx ranges). Some ideas: --Thegrouch 23:53, 7 July 2014 (BST)

  • I would put this on its own page, like I did for Range List (RAFM).
  • I think you've gone too fine grained for the box sets. I would just put one entry in this table for 10-xxx etc. and point at Boxed Sets (Ral Partha) as the second tier lookup.
  • Whenever possible I would go with coarser entries, e.g. rather than having two entries (69-20x and 69-21x) for Vampire: The Masquerade I would just go with the one 69-2xx.
Yes - it is more useful than I thought: I've just quickly cross-checked an auction listing that gave the product code but not the range - would have taken some guesswork otherwise. The table is now on its own page: Range List (Ral Partha). Note the use of floating tables to get the numerical and alphabetical tables to fit alongside each other if they can. --Cattwister 10:54, 8 July 2014 (BST)
Nice. The floating tables is a good trick, cleaner than trying to nest tables. --Thegrouch 23:21, 8 July 2014 (BST)

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Okay, KLM certainly seems to be right. Going through a bunch of "Personalities" cards I found online, and looking through mid 80's catalogs, the following prices usually go with the corresponding code. This works for Personalities, Collector Series, Children of the Night, All Things Dark and Dangerous, and Generic Gray cards from the 82, 83, 84 and 85 catalogs. 86 works for most, but a few things increase in price and some new lines don't conform. $1.10 = AA $1.25 = A $2.50 = B(?) $3 = C $3.50 = E $4 = F or G $4.5 = H $5 = I $6 = J(?) $7 = K $9 = ?

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