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Bayou Wars 2006: The Dealers

Personal logo reeves lk Supporting Member of TMP writes:

I just wanted to add that all the dealers are really nice people.

I have been knowing Rudy Nelson from Time Portal for a long time and will do anything to help you in gaming. Go to his website and order. He will bend over backwards to help you out.

Tony for Little Wars is the same way.

Doc is also a really nice guy.

Bob has some great stuff at his stand. I'm not into 25mm, but if I was, I would surely do business with him.



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One of the delights of any convention is seeing the many figures, models, and rulebooks on display by the dealers.

The main dealer area - which I'll call Dealer Alley - was aligned along the wall of the main gaming area, which made it quite convenient to shop while waiting for someone else to finish their turn! RLBPS was in the lead-off position, followed by Mark's Painting Shed, Time Portal Hobbies, and Little Wars.

Across from Little Wars, along the back wall, was Grenadier Books.

Tucked in the back of the other gaming hall were Splintered Light Miniatures and Syr Hobbs Wargames.