The booklet I believe is also on the Den in a format you can print, then cut. The problem is, to get it right, you'd need a printer that handles back to back, and you'd have to split the pages apart, and do the hardwork at reworking them to appropriately print in the same way as it would appear had you purchased the game with the original booklet. So first - last on the back, on the other side, first+1 - last-1. Next page would be, on the back, first+2 - last -2, and on the other side, first+3 - last-3. Then continue onward.
It's a pain in the behind, but doable. Of course, there's the cost of good glossy, high yield, no smudge paper, and smudgeless ink. Plus a printer that is highly accurate. :/
You can find the dual-side jewels, though they're far rarer now. Might have to go on ebay for them :/.
I wish I could help you out further, but I can't. Maybe just save up little by little, and in the meantime, just get the discs? I mean shipping just discs would be a lot cheaper, and it's possible to get a copy in working condition for 100 Lira or less.
!!!!!!Wow, if you act now!!!!!!!!!! :
That dude, JuMeSyn, from RPGamer.com, who wrote the scathing, intellectual lightweight review a few days ago, is reselling the game. Ships worldwide, and he claims FREE shipping. You may have to get into a bidding war, but at 36 US, that's about 90 Lira. So if you're willing to go up to 40 total, that's 100 Lira. Or 50 US, that's about 125 Lira for the whole thing.
This copy is in working order, and has everything!
It's almost like this copy was sitting there waiting for you. A sort of digital irony. An online persona who hates the series sells it, and to a fan who is likely to really dig it.
Anyway, I hope you catch this before it goes bye.
Hey, maybe one of us should buy it just to leave him negative feedback on Ebay.