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Bad Squiddo Games Inactive Member03 Oct 2017 2:38 p.m. PST

A few days before Derby and still no Derby thread…?


Bad Squiddo Games will be at Derby Worlds (now in Bruntingthorpe!) for the forth year running….time flies!

If you would like to pre order anything, you've still got tomorrow and at a push (and small tut from me) Thursday. Pre orders are highly recommended if you specifically want something as we stock so much that we can't bring it all along. You can do this by choosing "pick up at a trade show" on the website, or emailing a list.

Bad Squiddo Games manufactures and stocks the largest collection of female miniatures in the world, mostly 28mm.

There will be a chance to see the pro painted display miniatures in all their glory, as well as a preview of the Women of The Home Front brand new range. These are currently at pre order so won't be able to buy on the day, but you can at least drool over their excellency.

Positioned quite nicely in the middle there, it'll be excellent to see you – both regulars, casuals and brand new folk.


What more can you ask for?

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Stuart at Great Escape Games Sponsoring Member of TMP Inactive Member03 Oct 2017 3:30 p.m. PST

We're in our shiny new van and this is our 13th Derby show! Loads of stuff as usual – Dead Man's Hand, The Chicago Way, Sword & Spear, Iron Cross, AK Interactive, Gamer's Grass, Company B, Cobi (these are very fun) and tons more.

Pre-order here by email if you want to be sure we're bringing the stuff you want –

We'll have all the new DMH and Romanian 28mm release, including one pack that is released at the show – Cursed Townsfolk.

See you there!

Personal logo Bobgnar Supporting Member of TMP03 Oct 2017 4:31 p.m. PST

Which heads are appropriate for 28 mm. Pulp scale or fine scale?

I was just looking at your website and wondered about this so posted here.

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