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nasdaq7
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Miniatures

Post by nasdaq7 » 26 Dec 2002 03:16

Does anyone here play with miniatures?

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Billy Bishop
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Post by Billy Bishop » 26 Dec 2002 04:05

I used to.

Up until a few years ago I had a Fort Apache set, adn I also had A LOT of little green army men. Those were fun times! :)

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Post by Logan Hartke » 26 Dec 2002 06:40

I was the king of Army Men. I had 12+ tanks (including a Tiger I), a field gun, two howitzers, multiple jeeps, two C-130s, an attack chopper, 4+ armored cars, a couple 40mm AA guns, naval sodiers, Russian soldiers, Afrika Corps troops, 4 other types of Germans, 1 set of commandos, 1 type of Japanese troops, 1 type of British troops, 1 type of Commonwwealth troops, 1 type of post war desert Americans, 2+ types of post war jungle Americans, 4+ types of WWII Americans, two 2 1/2 ton trucks, and many other small support weapons and bases (tents, barrels, generators, radios, barrels, and other things), and all of those were actual army men and GI Joe things. None were from models. I hated GI Joes, but I loved Army Men.

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Alex Vasilewsky
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Post by Alex Vasilewsky » 26 Dec 2002 10:47

Well, I don't know if you mean toy soldiers :P
I make 1:35 miniatures of all kinds and when I'm arranging 'm on the diorama, it can be qualified as playing. I can spend up to 2 hours 'till they're in the right spot...

Sometimes I feel childish.

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