As excited as I am about the new owners of the game and the plans they have, I'm a bit worried that some of the models we know and love might not be available for much longer. So I decided to fill out my wish-list while they are still available. Miniature Market got a rather large order this weekend! So now I can complete my Martian Battle Group and a few other projects I have planned.
Thr big problem with eBay is that you never know what the price will be since it is an auction. They post the opening bid and then the current bid. People have a tendency to hold off on bidding until the last moment and then start a bidding war.
When Alien Dungeon folded and it looked like the end for AQMF, there were some bids of several hundred dollars for a single figure. ( I liked AQMF but not THAT much!! ) Of course, these folks really took a beating when AQMF revived and prices plummeted.
The original boxed set hit the street (post Kickstarter) at about $100 and the various sellers seem to have held that price pretty steadily. Zero dollars price increase in the 4 years is pretty good.
For the money you got:
3 tripod kits w/choice of weapons 6 Tanks buildable as various "Marks" 30 infantry w/bases 3 heavy machine gun teams 3 Rough RIder motorcycle teams Weapon hit templates Damage markers A small format rulebook Introductory scenario sheet
Compared with Flames of War and others, it is a pretty good price point. IF you wan to have a stroke, check out what Warhammer 40k "starters" sell for and how little you get.
I don't know about the Overseer. I was never interested enough in one to really follow the pricing.
boxholder: I don't know. If this is supposed to be a chat-type thing, I don't see how it gets to that. There does not appear to be any way to tell someone that you are waiting or find someone on line. It takes a fortuitous discovery that both are on-site together.
Nov 17, 2018 14:15:24 GMT
Quendil: Just above it does say what user are online
Nov 17, 2018 14:38:51 GMT