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*** Grumbles ***

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*** Turns up music ***

*** Locks vault ***

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Shows @Cyradis around, don't mind the Sabretooth @Grayfax is usually a friendly kitten, he just likes to sleep on his pile of minis.

 

***Nodds at a pile of rugs and skulls***

 

That is @ub3r_n3rd's corner. A bit smelly, but you'll get used to that.

 

*** Offers tea and cookies***

 

Think about it..Hmmkay??

 

*** Smiles***

 

Spoiler

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This is good bribery indeed. 

You also have a unicorn on your logo which is great.

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Oh yea! That unicorn was tas...

*** FWAP ***

WHAT!?!?

*** Looks at Wolf ***

Oh.  Yeah.  Um... that unicorn was tas... uh... tas... Terribly Fierce! 

*** Smiles ***

Giants on the Road!  Giants on the Road!

Alarm! Alarm!

*** Runs around in circles ***

Giants!

*** Dashes out the front entrance ***

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In house Tabletop, you can still collect all the miniatures you want, but you can also play games with 'em!:winkthumbs:

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8 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

In house Tabletop, you can still collect all the miniatures you want, but you can also play games with 'em!:winkthumbs:

 

*** Looks up from rows of soldiers ***

*** Quits making funny noises ***

You play games too?  Awesome!  Sadly, I found your Immorality Clause to be lacking though... 

*** pauses ***

*** Looks back and forth from WOOF Leader to WOOF Member ***

I... uh... mean... 

*** Sweeps miniatures under a convenient table with his tail ***

That must be AWESOME!!!

What? Yes, of course...

*** cough ***

The Immortality Clause IS amazing here in House Figmentius!

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27 minutes ago, Grayfax said:

Sadly, I found your Immorality Clause to be lacking though... 

 

Immorality clause?! Oh my... :blink:

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52 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

In house Tabletop, you can still collect all the miniatures you want, but you can also play games with 'em!:winkthumbs:

 

Sorry Chaoswolf, I don't do 40k, and just have a few painted figures for D&D - I slap a lot of dice or random unpainted ones on the gametable. And I am too nitpicky to go for my own version of "tabletop" standard. All or nothing in general! Then I can yell at my players for being mean to their custom painted ones >.> 

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37 minutes ago, alchemist said:

 

Immorality clause?! Oh my... :blink:

 

*** shifty eyes ***

What? I never!  

*** Dramatically holds paw across chest ***

Oh... excuse me... timer is going off...

I'LL GET IT!

*** Dashes off to next room ***

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House Figmentius doesn't forbid playing or painting or converting minis.

We just have MOAR!!!

 

Have fun!

Stay around!

 

Here you can have meaningful conversations about minis, what to do with them where to buy them...you can always depend on a listening ear and good advice here!

We can always...OOhhhh Butterfly!!!

 

**** Wanders off***

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*** A pile of minis starts to move***

 

*** A technicoloured snout appears from the pile***

 

*** Huh? Wazzat??? "smeck"***

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*wakes up and walks across the thread skyclad* Wut? :huh:

 

*goes about gulping down coffee and playing with his stash of minis*

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