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Photo journey through Mystara products

Postby bayonetbrant » Tue Nov 21, 2017 12:42 am

This started as a bunch of pix for personal inventory / record-keeping. But since I write game articles, I turned it into one :)

http://grogheads.com/pix/15538
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Re: Photo journey through Mystara products

Postby stebehil » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:33 am

Very nice, with your Known World/Mystara collection in all its glory. Love it.
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Re: Photo journey through Mystara products

Postby RobJN » Tue Nov 21, 2017 1:57 pm

Cool stuff!

Have you read the "Let's Read..." thread about the Known World/Mystara over on RPG.net?
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Re: Photo journey through Mystara products

Postby bayonetbrant » Tue Nov 21, 2017 2:24 pm

stebehil wrote:Very nice, with your Known World/Mystara collection in all its glory. Love it.


thanks - that's a lot of yard-mowing and babysitting money from the 80s in there :)


RobJN wrote:Cool stuff!

Have you read the "Let's Read..." thread about the Known World/Mystara over on RPG.net?


No, b/c I haven't been a regular at RPG.net in almost 20 years back when I was a reviewer there, but thanks for the ref; I'l check it out!
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Re: Photo journey through Mystara products

Postby stebehil » Tue Nov 21, 2017 3:03 pm

bayonetbrant wrote:
RobJN wrote:Cool stuff!

Have you read the "Let's Read..." thread about the Known World/Mystara over on RPG.net?


No, b/c I haven't been a regular at RPG.net in almost 20 years back when I was a reviewer there, but thanks for the ref; I'l check it out!


Take your time. The thread is ultra-long, but well worth it.
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Re: Photo journey through Mystara products

Postby bayonetbrant » Wed Nov 22, 2017 12:25 am

stebehil wrote:Take your time. The thread is ultra-long, but well worth it.


Uh, yeah, I noticed.

Dresden, eh? Ich war im Dresden für eine Woche, 2006 - International Communication Association Konvention. Erste mal im ehemaligen DDR schon seit 1990 im Eisenach.
Ich kann immer noch ein bißchen Deutsch verstehen, aber meine Grammatik is sehr schlecht.
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Re: Photo journey through Mystara products

Postby stebehil » Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:11 pm

bayonetbrant wrote:Dresden, eh? Ich war im Dresden für eine Woche, 2006 - International Communication Association Konvention. Erste mal im ehemaligen DDR schon seit 1990 im Eisenach.
Ich kann immer noch ein bißchen Deutsch verstehen, aber meine Grammatik is sehr schlecht.


Hey, actually quite good in vocabulary and grammar, to be honest (as far as I can tell from these three sentences). If you ever happen to come to Germany again, let me know. But lets not digress further.
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