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Made in gb
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Yarkshire









https://yarkshiregamer.blogspot.com/2020/11/the-great-wargames-figure-count.html

Lockdown does strange things with the brain, and following a question I was asked in a Podcast style interview I have been pondering "how many painted figures have I got"

So in a moment of madness (well a couple of weeks) I started counting, painted only and part of my own collection (there are a few others who have stuff stored here).

I estimated 20,000, I was a way off, in true click bait style (lol) the final figure is at the end of blog post, why not have a guess before you look and let me know how close you were.

People will have more I know, this was more of a cathartic exercise for myself.

There's at least one picture of each collection, so if you are wondering what my 15mm War of the Roses project that was abandoned in the late 1980s looks like today come on down.

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

   
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MN

That is.... a lot of figs.

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