Anyone else using "War at Sea" for minis?

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Anyone else using "War at Sea" for minis?

Postby shakespear » Sat Jan 31, 2009 4:09 pm

I just bought a ton of boosters. Has anyone done this? I was hoping there would be a guide as to what to pick up as singles.
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Re: Anyone else using "Victory at Sea" for minis?

Postby Brass » Sun Feb 01, 2009 3:06 am

shakespear wrote:I just bought a ton of boosters. Has anyone done this? I was hoping there would be a guide as to what to pick up as singles.
I assume you mean War At Sea? :)

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Re: Anyone else using "Victory at Sea" for minis?

Postby shakespear » Sun Feb 01, 2009 3:16 am

Brass wrote:
shakespear wrote:I just bought a ton of boosters. Has anyone done this? I was hoping there would be a guide as to what to pick up as singles.
I assume you mean War At Sea? :)

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Re: Anyone else using "Victory at Sea" for minis?

Postby Brass » Sun Feb 01, 2009 5:56 am

shakespear wrote:
Brass wrote:
shakespear wrote:I just bought a ton of boosters. Has anyone done this? I was hoping there would be a guide as to what to pick up as singles.
I assume you mean War At Sea? :)

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Yes, it should be illegal to title more than one thing "...at sea"


Sounds like one of those dumb word games that used to be prevalent at sci-fi conventions where you'd make up titles for popular book series: "Orthodox Rabbis ... of Gor!" "No, wait! How about 'Non-Union Migrant Lettuce-Pickers ... of Gor'!"

"De-Throned Midwestern Beauty Queens ... At Sea!"
"No-Talent Overweight Pop Tarts ... At Sea!"

Okay, now that I've gotten that out of my system - not to tout a different set of rules but if you're interested in finding out about WaS singles and who has them for sale and/or trade, try here http://aaminis.myfastforum.org/index.php
You'll need to register but it's free and they're a pretty mellow bunch of guys.

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Postby DM » Sun Feb 01, 2009 10:29 am

'Non-Union Migrant Lettuce-Pickers ... of Gor'
Presumably part of a horticultural spin-off series prompted by "Houseplants of Gor"? :)
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Postby Brass » Sun Feb 01, 2009 5:13 pm

DM wrote:
'Non-Union Migrant Lettuce-Pickers ... of Gor'
Presumably part of a horticultural spin-off series prompted by "Houseplants of Gor"? :)
Yes, indeed. It falls between "Organically Grown Arugula of Gor" and "Luvverly Bunch of Coconuts of Gor". :)
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Postby rcbecker1 » Tue Feb 24, 2009 4:35 pm

I only use WAS figures for my games when playing VAS.
the forum recommened is great for resource.
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