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Hiya Chris, glad you've started living the Fru...

2010-02-18T19:34:28.104+00:00

Hiya Chris, glad you've started living the Frugal lifestyle! Great blog by the way!



Ah, well, definitely in excess of £300 this year, ...

2010-02-01T00:29:27.989+00:00

Ah, well, definitely in excess of £300 this year, then. Even with hefty Amazon discounts, I reckon Field of Glory supplements must be heading for £150 alone. I have no such reservations about family and friends enabling my gaming addiction. Otherwise it would just be crap I did not want anyway (well, okay, I could give them a list of non-gaming books...)

As it goes, I think I actually prefer my cardboard legions to miniatures, as one base is supposed to represent 200-300 troops, and when that is represented with half a dozen to a dozen mounted miniatures it kind of impinges on my imagination. Of course, a major benefit is that the same cardboard counter can be samurai, legionaries, knights, etcetera.



you post any pics on your blog of your cardboard n...

2010-01-31T22:42:27.145+00:00

you post any pics on your blog of your cardboard nasty? new to your blog. this post cracked me up.

Dying Earth system: a pencil and 1d6.



@Matt: Yes, that includes prezzies. Gaming stuff d...

2010-01-31T18:39:20.577+00:00

@Matt: Yes, that includes prezzies. Gaming stuff doesn't go on my Xmas list, I don't want others enabling my addiction. ;)

Nothing wrong with cardboard legions. I've used toy box cutouts to represent walls of flame, jungle terrain, all sorts.



Are we including Christmas gifts here? Up until Ch...

2010-01-31T14:46:21.459+00:00

Are we including Christmas gifts here? Up until Christmas I could definitely say my spending has been somewhere under £100, but I reckon the cost of the game related gifts I received in the seasonal period must have been heading for £200 and then some. Still using cereal packets to represent battle groups and terrain in Field of Glory, though. ;)