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alchemist last won the day on July 31 2012

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  1. Hasslefree Children - isn't that a contradiction in terms? Smurf me sideways, these are tiny!
  2. Miniatures in Movies/TV/Media

    I don't think anyone has mentioned the episode of The Librarians with the D&D players (who ended up saving the day).
  3. debasing miniatures

    If I want to debase a miniature, I just tell it what a worthless piece of slag it is and that the miniature standing next to it is a much cooler sculpt.
  4. Don't ask me anything. Tell me something.

    Platypus milk "could save lives". A substance has been found in platypus milk (sweated by the platypus out of its belly - a platypus is never conventional about anything) that looks like it could be the basis for a new class of antibiotics.
  5. Trying to find a dwarf librarian/sage

    Lead Adventure
  6. Getting to Know You, Mar 2018

    No one yet has mentioned the dragon in the 10'-square room.
  7. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    Fly pie? I guess that could create a buzz.
  8. Getting to Know You, Mar 2018

    Yes. Currently working on a couple of monsters from the Ral Partha AD&D line.
  9. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    I just wanted to note that in addition to being Pi Day, today is also Save a Spider Day. So no making spider pie, ok?
  10. I'm not sure we want to go there - I can see it opening up a whole new can of worms. But what do the rest of you think?
  11. Otherworld Miniatures - Medusa

    Thanks, the base was made using a base stamp (Basius, if I recall correctly).
  12. Otherworld Miniatures - Medusa

    Here's looking at you.
  13. Well, at least try to break even with what you take, or else the box will go overweight again.
  14. I guess it is kind of unfortunate that everyone in the circuit seems to be a veteran collector who is trying to get rid of more stuff into the box than they take from it. We could really use a few newbies to the hobby taking part, who would take more than they put in. I have gone through the box again. Trying to be ruthless (but I have so many ruths), I have identified a few things I felt could be discarded. I have found a few more things I wouldn't mind keeping, and I have set aside a few things that I couldn't bring myself to throw away but might add back into a future box if one passes through with some weight capacity to spare. I have added a few items of my own. It feels really uncomfortable to be taking out more than I am putting in, but that is the only way I can get the weight down to the required level. So with all that I have got the box (barely) below 2kg.