06 June 2011

Wanted: 15mm fantasy, medieval, ancient odds & ends

We're still trying to hang on to the old-school RPG group. At 7 people (6 PCs and a DM) it's hard coordinating free time, especially once summer hits. We're hoping to maintain once a month games until the fall. We've only met twice in the past two months, though it's been a great deal of fun!

The DM has been using dice and some plastic Risk figures for trying to visually organize the battles. I'm thinking of suggesting figures, but because of space considerations I'm tempted to try 15mm instead of the usual 25/28mm. The problem, as I see it, is tthat most 15mm figures come in larger quantities of 12-50 per pack.

So I am looking for your 15mm odds and ends. For sale (preferably cheap) or trade. We could probably use a variety of generic human fantasy archetypes (either fantasy or historical figures - some armoured, some barbarians, some "rangers" etc.) as well as typical fantasy RPG figures (skeletons, orcs, goblins, dwarfs, elves, etc.) That would be the best place to start, I think. Maybe we can work on some big critters after that.

4 comments:

  1. Hi, I came across your site and wasn’t able to get an email address to contact you. Would you please consider adding a link to my website on your page. Please email me back and we'll talk about it.

    Thanks!

    Joel Houston
    JHouston791@gmail.com

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  2. Joel,

    After talking with the other people in the group, it looks like we may be going with 28mm after all.

    Sorry, it seems I jumped the gun a bit on the 15mm idea.

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  3. Thomas,

    I was checking out the Hail Caesar book last night, and read up some reports on the combat mechanic and really like it.

    I wanted to talk shop about WAB figures as I always get stymied by mismatched scales even within the line! (GB) anyway I seem to have lost your email...please drop me a line oldcoast@comcast.net when its in convenient I wouldn't mind running some questions by you- thanks!

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  4. Time management is really hard. Especially for students who are uncertain of the home works and projects they are about to do.

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