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Re: Ebay crawling vs dungeon crawling

Postby Big Bene » Monday December 6th, 2010 7:05pm

He just wants to get attention for his shop.
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Re: Ebay crawling vs dungeon crawling

Postby Big Bene » Friday December 17th, 2010 10:51am

Here's another one - The frozen Horror would be reat to have, but It's still too expensive I think.
This is not the Quest Set, just the figure!

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Re: Ebay crawling vs dungeon crawling

Postby drathe » Friday December 17th, 2010 12:19pm

It's amazing how much the figures alone go for. The average Frozen Horror expansion goes for $200, but on average, just the figures alone sold individually total $300-400. Almost better off shelling out $200 for a complete set, but even that is way too much in my opinion... until I win the lottery. :lol:
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Re: Ebay crawling vs dungeon crawling

Postby Idomeneas » Sunday December 19th, 2010 7:18pm

Well lets say that i prefer to try on sculpting again and again until i have my own figures. Its going to be cheaper and at the end i will have learn something!
200 is too much for a used expansion copy. I would prefer to give these money to somebody that really needs them.
In an italian heroquest site a guy published a guide of how to clone HQ minis with homemade molds. Its really interesting and the quality of his tests is great (but i guest he is dentist and molds are kinda easy for him)


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Re: Ebay crawling vs dungeon crawling

Postby Big Bene » Monday May 2nd, 2011 3:59pm

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Re: Ebay crawling vs dungeon crawling

Postby Maike05 » Tuesday May 3rd, 2011 4:34pm

I bought 1 box uncomplete for 39€, a complete for 120e and one with 3 expansion around 200€.... XD


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Re: Ebay crawling vs dungeon crawling

Postby Ethica » Tuesday May 3rd, 2011 4:38pm

That £160 one had wizards of morcar in too, not bad.


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Re: Ebay crawling vs dungeon crawling

Postby Big Bene » Tuesday May 3rd, 2011 6:52pm

It had The basic game ("game system"), Wizards of Morcar, Kellar's Keep, and ... Advanced Heroquest! All in one lot, and seemingly complete and in very good condition.

When I posted the link, it was still at 85 pound, half an hour before the bidding deadline.
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Re: Ebay crawling vs dungeon crawling

Postby HeroQuestFrance » Wednesday May 4th, 2011 3:07am

Before it is too late for you I think you must jump on what you can.
After the first prequel of the lord of the ring next year, the prices will certainly increase again !

I'm sorry I hadn't time at all to create copies of the minis I have. (in resin)
I must first put off the paint and shader on each one since I wasn't satisfied of my beginner work on it.
I will let a pro paint it all.


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