FIEF "IV" 2nd Edition (PREORDER) OoS Releases


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*2ND EDITION PREORDER OPEN MONDAY FEB 18 UNTIL MIDNIGHT ON SUNDAY MARCH 3*

After one year of silence Fief returns with a new masterwork.
"Excellent accompaniment to a woodland stroll or if you simply want peace of mind for a few moments. More nuanced than the previous offering with some wonderfully crisp guitar notes." - hallowedhalls

Use code PICKUPINPERSON at checkout if you are attending Northeast Dungeon Siege in March and want your order held until then. By using the code you agree to pickup your order in person and will not be charged any shipping for this order.

Pressing Information

Professionally duplicated and imprinted tape. 2nd edition on solid yellow shells with 3 panel j-card, shrink-wrapped copies.

THIS ITEM IS OFFERED AS AN OPEN PRE-ORDER WITHOUT LIMITATION FROM FEB 18 to MARCH 3.
AS MANY AS ARE ORDERED WILL BE PRINTED.

Q: What does this mean?
A: We are accepting orders for 2 weeks without limitation. As many as are ordered will be made, plus a few additional copies for our distributors and those who may not be able to order right now. If we get 50 orders, we will make 50. If we get 200 orders, we will make 200, etc!

Q: When will this item ship?
A: Approximately 4 weeks after the end of the pre-order period.

Q: Can I get a copy if I dont preorder?
A: Hopefully yes, but there is no guarantee -- only a small additional amount will be made to satisfy our distributors; some additional copies will make their way to our store at a later date, but not a ton.

Q: Do I get anything special for preordering?
A: Yes! You will receive a numbered poster as a bonus. This poster will only be available to those who preorder!

Q: Can I add other items that are in stock now to my preorder?
A: Yes, but just know that all items will only ship together once the preorder items are ready.

Q: Why do an 'open' preorder without limitation?
A: This will allow everyone who is interested to obtain a copy, and ensure demand is met. We dont like to frustrate our fans, cause them stress, or feel they have to set a timer to make sure they secure one.

Q: I thought you were typically against doing preorders?
A: I'm a one man operation and the label has grown substantially in the last few years. Doing preorders will allow me to provide everyone with the best service possible.