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 on: 24 March 2017, 21:45:02 
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The Networks: On The Air Expansion

Extra cards. You need the game The Networks to play this.
Source: The Networks: On The Air Expansion

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 on: 23 March 2017, 17:45:02 
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Tales from the Yawning Portal

Dread Tales Told in the Dead of NightWhen the shadows grow long in Waterdeep and the fireplace in the taproom of the Yawning Portal dims to a deep crimson glow, adventurers from across the forgotten Realms, and even from other D&D worlds, spin tales of dark dungeons and spread rumours of lost treasures.Within this tome are seven of the deadliest dungeons from the history of Dungeons & Dragons, updated for the current edition of the game. Some are classics that have hosted an untold number of adventures, while others are newer creations, boldly staking a claim to their place in the pantheon of notable adventures.The seeds of these stories rest in your hands. D&D's deadliest dungeons are now part of your arsenal of adventures. Enjoy, and remember to keep a few spare character sheets handy.Includes seven adventures:Against the GiantsDead in ThayThe Forge of FuryThe Hidden Shrine of TomoachanThe Sunless CitadelTomb of HorrorsWhite Plume MountainFor use with the Fifth edition Player's Handbook, Monster Manual, and Dungeon Master's Guide
Source: Tales from the Yawning Portal

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 on: 23 March 2017, 12:05:29 
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Part Two

Marcus gets mesmerised and remembers "Teeth"

More following the followers.

To a house in Islington.

We entered the house. Marcus runs away again! From a cupboard.

Thomas runs away from a coal cellar.

The Colonel won't help but his wife is very obliging to Alice.

We find an Egyptologist who is nervous. We don't find an Egyptian.

A short time later the boffin calls for help. We arrive to save him, Thomas runs away again!

We read some scrolls and a voice in our heads says "+1 Cthulhu Mythos"

Running away seems to be some sort of fitness craze!


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 on: 23 March 2017, 11:49:06 
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Part One

Uncle Alan has to go to another funeral of a pal from the East Kent Regiment (The Buffs)

Buffs are dying on a regular basis.

Something happened in Egypt?

We all enjoy the delights of following people who are following people.

Why is it always foggy in Victorian London?

Major Gower manages to impale himself on some railings whilst Marcus runs off into the fog and claims he can't remember what happened.

Not the first time his memories of a night out in London are vague!

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 on: 23 March 2017, 11:43:04 
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Sat May 13th
Possibly not at P&C's if building work has started?

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 on: 22 March 2017, 19:45:03 
Started by Spirit Games - Last post by Spirit Games
Travel Chess Set

Wooden travel chess, 6" x 4" board, wooden peg pieces.
Source: Travel Chess Set

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 on: 22 March 2017, 19:45:03 
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Playing Cards Box

Wooden box with brass inlay and dentil banding. Includes 1 pack of cards.
Source: Playing Cards Box

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 on: 22 March 2017, 14:45:02 
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Austerlitz 1805: Rising Eagles

Following on from Fallen Eagles (The Battle of Waterloo), Rising Eagles covers another of history's most famous battles - Austerlitz. The game includes three short scenarios, together with a full battle scenario, offering alternative options to simulate the 'fog of war' and battle plans.The order rules in Rising Eagles have an even greater impact than those in Fallen Eagles. The ability to change orders has been reduced. Initial planning is an important feature, as befits a Napoleonic battle of such a scale. In addition, 'fog of war' has been further developed. Players will share some of the uncertainty experienced by the actual commanders, as to what precisely they are facing.4 die-cut countersheets2 backprinted maps 84x60cmA full-colour playbookA full-colour rulebook18 playing cardsPlay aidsTwo dice
Source: Austerlitz 1805: Rising Eagles

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 on: 22 March 2017, 14:45:02 
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Tenkatoitsu

With Japan torn by war for decades, Oda Nobunaga, the first unifier, succumbs to the blows of his own vassal, Akechi Mitsuhide, in 1582. This event is an opportunity for Hashiba Hideyoshi, who defeats Akechi at the Battle of Yamazaki. Hashiba Hideyoshi must then confront Tokugawa Ieyasu, another vassal of Oda at the battle of Nagakute. Bound to the status quo, Tokugawa Ieyasu awaits Hideyoshi's death before returning to the pursuit of his ambition. His accession to power is decided in the gigantic battle of Sekigahara. He will force the heir to Hideyoshi to commit suicide at the end of the siege of Osaka. This time, the unification of the country is final, Tokugawa's heirs will lead Japan for 250 years.
Source: Tenkatoitsu

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 on: 22 March 2017, 14:45:02 
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Soapstone/Marble Chess Set

Wooden box (overall size 8 x 8 inch) with inlaid marble board and soapstone pieces.
Source: Soapstone/Marble Chess Set

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