Wild Bill Stuff made of gold?

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A briefIntroduction to the events surrounding the campaigns in the Sudan
Achronology of the events of that conflict *
302 1/2inch & 5/8 inch colorful and well done counters with numerous new weaponsfor that period
8scenarios dealing with the 2 part war
…andfinally information is included for the aspiring scenario designer to do evenmore scenarios of his own about this war using the units included here.


Taken from the description. Now I'm not one who can criticise spelling and grammar but word spacing? If he can't get that right in the item description.
 

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The one thing money can't buy for this ASL player is more time to play face-to-face. I would gladly trade what is a virtually complete MMP-CH-popular 3rd party stuff for more playtime even if it meant using only the components of BV. I guess that's what makes for me each face-to-face game I get in priceless.
 

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The highest bidders are consistently the same four or five ebay IDs. Somebody vouched for some of them in an old thread though.
 

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The highest bidders are consistently the same four or five ebay IDs. Somebody vouched for some of them in an old thread though.
That is true, those guys are hard core war game collecters, I'v also noticed WB has not put up his older offerings, probably because the 4 or 5 guys that bid on his crap have it already.


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That is true, those guys are hard core war game collecters, I'v also noticed WB has not put up his older offerings, probably because the 4 or 5 guys that bid on his crap have it already.


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I collect and play but have not even considered these things, just way too expensive for what they are.
 

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I collect and play but have not even considered these things, just way too expensive for what they are.
I am speechless! For this to come from you Olli, I had you tagged as the "guy on this site who bought these". I can't say I'm saddened though. They really are too expensive.
 

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The highest bidders are consistently the same four or five ebay IDs. Somebody vouched for some of them in an old thread though.

Fortunately, I do still have a few viable firing synapses, and I still say it's questionable, to say the very least. Chamberlain once vouched for an Austrian with a poor moustache...
 

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Fortunately, I do still have a few viable firing synapses, and I still say it's questionable, to say the very least. Chamberlain once vouched for an Austrian with a poor moustache...
OMG, Wild Bill is Hitler! :laugh: It looks fishy but I don't know any of the parties involved.

BTW, may I interest you in my new ASL-themed game series, ASL Tic Tac Toe?
SS squads for Xs and Partisans for the Os. As soon as I come up with a name for that one I'll market it. :nuts:
 

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OMG, Wild Bill is Hitler! :laugh: It looks fishy but I don't know any of the parties involved.

BTW, may I interest you in my new ASL-themed game series, ASL Tic Tac Toe?
SS squads for Xs and Partisans for the Os. As soon as I come up with a name for that one I'll market it. :nuts:
Die Scum Die.

Works for both political persuasions.
 

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w***e( 241) US $242.50
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...'interesting' how at several points a bidder bids against himself, jacking the price significantly. The winning bidder has made exactly *one* bid in the past 30 days, and that a nearly $250 dollar bid?

Colour me sceptical...
 

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ok, I will fuss up. I was duped into buying some module that contained gliders. One, I DID NOT pay over $25 bucks for it. But, the whole thing was crap and unusable in my own solitary battles (there is no one around that plays). I have learned by my own mistake. I am glad it wasn't some $200 fabrication, which is too much for any expansion.
 
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