t'Other Partizan - this Sunday

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Re: t'Other Partizan - this Sunday

Postby MartinR » Sat Aug 20, 2016 1:40 pm

I'll be there too, with our participation game about Roman politics.
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Re: t'Other Partizan - this Sunday

Postby Levied Troop » Sun Aug 21, 2016 7:17 pm

Annie wrote:Is he the one that looks like Doug from em4?


Is he the impossibly good looking, cultured silver fox with the body of a 24 year old Olympic athlete (which he keeps in the freezer at the back of his garage)? In which case, yes.

Apologies, I didn't see the rest of this thread before I left for Partizan, otherwise I'd have said hi. Did put a mate onto the Shieldmaidens though 8) I did speak to someone from Sheffield, a very thin surfer, was that you Martin?

I should point out that I'm really not that tall. It's just that Dilligaf is a dwarf, with their standard racial capacity for strong drink and axe tossing.

Good show, I may have talked myself hoarse. My game's here:

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Didn't get a chance to take many other pics but the quality of games looked high and the show seemed busy despite change of date. Good to see Fenris out in force and Hetz.

And I only started 1 new period, so quite restrained :D
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Re: t'Other Partizan - this Sunday

Postby --- » Sun Aug 21, 2016 8:49 pm

Cracking show, spoilt only by the Fug of War
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Re: t'Other Partizan - this Sunday

Postby MartinR » Mon Aug 22, 2016 8:44 am

I did speak to someone from Sheffield, a very thin surfer, was that you Martin?


Probably not, I might have the toned physique and bronzed flesh of the fell runner, but no-one has ever described me as 'very thin'.

A very enjoyable show, the Lance & Longbow Society's conversion of W1815 into running the Battle of Northampton was sheer genius.

We didn't have huge numbers of punters, but a lot of the participation games seemed fairly quiet. We'll og with more of a single player game next year.

I came away with some intended purchases (and some unintended ones - well at £10 for four those Zvezda kits were just asking to be taken away really).
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Re: t'Other Partizan - this Sunday

Postby Levied Troop » Mon Aug 22, 2016 9:08 am

MartinR wrote:
I did speak to someone from Sheffield, a very thin surfer, was that you Martin?


Probably not, I might have the toned physique and bronzed flesh of the fell runner......


Pictures, as they say, or it didn't happen :D

Incidentally Dillydally, that idea you had about you-know-who was quite brilliant. Get converting quickly (because I'm so nicking that) 8)
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Re: t'Other Partizan - this Sunday

Postby --- » Mon Aug 22, 2016 9:33 am

Completely forgot to pick one up in the end :oops:

Think I did see Martin (assuming he was walking round with a name badge on and there weren't 2 of them)
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Re: t'Other Partizan - this Sunday

Postby MartinR » Mon Aug 22, 2016 11:39 am

Yes, I think there was only one of me with a name badge on!
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