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  1. Any decent superglue (cyanoacrylate) will work.
  2. Prologue was really meant as a sort of teaser for the eventual release of the DE. After I got the DE, I deleted Prologue as I had no interest whatsoever in playing a truncated version of the full game anymore. It was pretty much nothing more than a placeholder to me. I thought it was a good move on Nomad's part, it created a LOT of interest in the final product, especially for old fans of the board game like me who maybe weren't sure how accurate a reproduction it would be.
  3. BatHead

    Talisman Solo

    So what? It's still a valid subject.
  4. BatHead

    Smaller Board?

    I personally couldn't deal with a smaller board. With my eyesight, I have a hard enough time reading the small type as it is now.
  5. My only concern, As I like to paint my miniatures, is how to store those without damaging the paintjob. Just throwing all the minis together as depicted here with all the non-painted figures is not a viable solution for me. Anybody else out there paint their minis and have a neat way to store them?
  6. I really don't see how they could add two more players. There just isn't enough room for them.
  7. BatHead


    It's still redundant. Releasing Timescape at the same time there is an entire WH40K Talisman-esque board game is a waste of FFG's time and money.
  8. BatHead


    Whether or not you think it a good idea to include a Timescape addition, I highly doubt that FFG will do it considering their release of Relic. To do a Timescape expansion would be redundant, IMO. I would imagine FFG might think one might somehow cut into sales of the other. Even though it's a small possibilty, it's one I would believe they might take into consideration. Regardless, I really believe FFG will NEVER do Timescape, not while Relic is in production.
  9. I got the first edition way back in the day after I read about it in a book about fantasy adventure/war/rpg board games. Been playing on and off ever since. Had a nice and almost complete set of 2 ed. minis along with most of the expansions, and I have a complete 3rd edition set with all expansions, as well as all the special characters and their cards that appeared in White Dwarf magazine along with their requisite proxy minis.
  10. The next expansion should be either Frostmarch or Blood Moon, I think.
  11. I Have to ask - does it really matter? IMO, not in the least.
  12. I've found plastic figures in general are not as detailed as metal ones, but I sometime enjoy painting the plastic ones more, because it can be a challenge to make them look as good as the metal ones. I find that the proper paint job can make or break a plastic figure.
  13. I think I'm gonna wait until they get it out of the pseudo-Beta stage in Jan./Feb. 2014.
  14. BatHead


    TBH, balance is not really a concern with Talisman. Each character has the same chance as any other to get uber-powerful, and even then, that's not a guaranteed win. Talisman really is a game that depends a lot on luck, along with some strategizing. Usually that's not a good thing, but with Talisman, for some reason, it works. A super character may look like he's on the way to a sure win, but all it takes is a bad run with the dice rolls, and the guy can end up dead, and has to start pretty much from scratch.
  15. That $9.95 is the MSRP, you won't have to pay that much. Maybe about 6 bucks each at most (except for a large figure like Valyndra, maybe 10 -15 bucks)
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