Any miniature gamers here?

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by two_heads_talking » Fri 07.21.2006 9:42 am

actually as a hobby card collecting or miniature collecting is only as expensive as you can handle.. some, like myself have collected models for nearly 20 years and have thousands if not 10's of thousands of dollars worth of stuff. but just like any hobby, hot rodding cars, drafting, etc, it can get out of hand as well..

in my collecting days, i could spend more on cards than anything else.. now i don't touch them at all.. just my preferance more than anything else..

i like to paint models and then push them around on the table..

by the way, a well build tau army is hard to do anything against.. believe me i know.

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by b4d0m3n » Fri 07.21.2006 10:00 am

I gave up on GW a while back. But I play Warmachine now, with a sizeable Protectorate force. I still have a few Magic decks lying around.

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by AJBryant » Fri 07.21.2006 10:12 am

I'm starting to wonder if this belongs in Off Topics.


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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by Infidel » Fri 07.21.2006 10:30 am

Look at that. Yea, it does.
なるほど。
さっぱりわからん。

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by Sauna addict » Fri 07.21.2006 11:07 am

Hmm, uh yeah. Sorry about that.
If that's the case, can this be moved to off-topic discussion?

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by ashitaka » Fri 07.21.2006 12:44 pm

I played magic in the 90's i spent a total of $3.75 and just traded my way up to have over 8,000 cards. Then i sold them all on ebay.
So you dont need to spend much on those types of games, just be good at making other people want your stuff.

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by Reno » Fri 07.21.2006 2:01 pm

Everybody use your Mercantile Skills! :)

And its true every hobby will cost you a lot but maybe because its these tiny plastic figures or plastic cards that make it look relatively expensive to what you get.

Did that make any sense?
Good luck with studying everybody and I hope one day I will be able to pick it back up.

Until then, a nice goodbye from me to you ;)

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by Sauna addict » Sat 07.22.2006 12:51 am

Don't worry. I have spent only about 450 euros on Warhammer.:o:D
But still I think it was worth it.B)
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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by two_heads_talking » Tue 07.25.2006 12:00 pm

20 years of warhammer etc.. thousands of dollars spent, thousands of hours painting and playing.. time and money invested = priceless..

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by hyperconjugated » Tue 07.25.2006 1:49 pm

There's a thin line between
hobby and mental illness ;)
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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by Reno » Wed 07.26.2006 5:22 pm

hyperconjugated wrote:
There's a thin line between
hobby and mental illness ;)


hahaha, basically every hobby is mental illness if you see how much money people are willing to pay for it. That counts for me too, im really into gaming and playing the bass guitar and believe me, that already costed my thousands too
Good luck with studying everybody and I hope one day I will be able to pick it back up.

Until then, a nice goodbye from me to you ;)

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by two_heads_talking » Thu 07.27.2006 4:35 pm

hyperconjugated wrote:
There's a thin line between
hobby and mental illness ;)


there is a thin line between everything you do and mental illness.. just being alive is walking a line of life and death..

how about studying japanese, that will either make you a better linguist or make you a better candidate for a straight jacket. :o

besides what is a hobby? it is something you spend time, money and energy on when you have spare time, money and energy.. if youcan't or don't enjoy it, why the hell would you do it?
B)

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by Reno » Fri 07.28.2006 6:47 am

two_heads_talking wrote:
besides what is a hobby? it is something you spend time, money and energy on when you have spare time, money and energy.. if youcan't or don't enjoy it, why the hell would you do it?
B)


I know the awnser to that one!

Because than you can act cool in front of your friends! duh..:)
Good luck with studying everybody and I hope one day I will be able to pick it back up.

Until then, a nice goodbye from me to you ;)

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by suko » Fri 07.28.2006 8:20 am

i play warhamer 40k, eldar! anyone else play 40k?

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RE: Any miniature gamers here?

Post by Reno » Fri 07.28.2006 9:21 am

finally a fellow-eldar player! :D
Good luck with studying everybody and I hope one day I will be able to pick it back up.

Until then, a nice goodbye from me to you ;)

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