What Did I Bring Home From TriCon '96?
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|14 November 1996||page first published|
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PRODUCTS I WISH I'D BOUGHT
- The only flags in the exhibitor area were the products from DPC and Outland Games, and both lines are of exceptional quality. The flags look hand-painted and weathered, not machine-produced. I'd have picked some up, but I'm trying to keep my leisure budget focused on my major efforts, and I've already picked up what I need for now...
- The products on display were from TCS and Musket Miniatures. At GenCon, I'd noticed everything made by Musket except the terrain, but this time I saw a wide and useful variety of entrenchments and fortifications. Even vaster was the selection from TCS,
including their resin ships (my Gauls will someday want some Veneti ships, but I'm not sure what they'd look like...), hollow buildings (useful for my new 40K army),
and road/river pieces.
- This being a Seven Years War convention, I came very close to plunging in and buying a new army in a new period - but I've promised myself to finish something else (anything else!) first before going off into some