Price reduced: $400.
Sold against my better judgement, and if I wasn't screwed for cash at the moment I would still be enjoying all of it taking up space in our basement/attic, like it has for... I can't even remember how long. You know what... I don't deserve to own this stuff. Buyer must promise to actually play games, otherwise I won't sell it to you. In fact, I require photos posted online within... Let's say six months. I think that's a generous amount of time to put a game together. It's a total waste of realy fun gaming and cool miniatures just sitting in boxes. Don't make me come hunt you down and repo these minis for lack of games. I will do it.
Man O War, Plague Fleet, and Seas of Blood Boxed sets. Almost complete, missing are the Seas of Blood box and the original Man O War rulebook. I may have the latter hidden away somewhere, but at the very least I will include a reproduction of the rules in a folder or binder.
I haven't played in a long time, but everything else should be present, including some copies of White Dwarf articles for shore forts, maybe other extras. I don't remember. Maybe dwarf ski troops? Maybe I'm thinking of the wrong rules. Most of the chits are sorted in a plastic bin. (You should probably look up the PDFs online, laminate them and use dry erase markers anyway.)
(Like I said, it's been forever since I've played, so forgive me if I can't remember all of the proper names...)
- 2 Empire great ships
- 3 Empire wolf ships
- 6 Empire plastic galleys
- 3 Empire converted big-ass cannon galleys
- 3 Empire mortar ships
- 1 Slaanesh whirly-slicer ship
- 1 Slaanesh deep penetrator ship
- 1 Dark Elf black ark
- 3 Dark Elf big lizard tower ships
- 3 Dark Elf small lizard tower ships
- 2 Dragons (I think these were Grenadier miniatures from another game)
- 1 Water elemental (old WFB mini, cooler than the actual MoW mini)
- 3 Empire plastic galleys
- 3 Empire metal wolfships
- Masts for all of the above
- 3 Empire griffins plus flying bases
- Blue cloth. Has some subtle stripes. I think it fits a 4x8 table.
- Islands - a few with shore forts, and the Crushing Rocks of SkullDoom or whatever that special bit of terrain was called. The dark rocky ones could use a little touch-up paint. This was one of my first terrain projects, so I made the mistake of using that crappy floral foam. The only reason they survived fairly well is because they're covered in a shell of sand & PVC glue.
- Icebergs galore. More than you probably need. Useful for other games as well. At this point, I learned the superiority of extruded polystyrene insulation as a terrain material, and owned a hot wire cutter. And I think it was only used like three times, so it looks great.
I'm too mopey about this whole thing to bother sorting them into a logical order, just browse and click to enlarge...