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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 11 Jul 2017 11:48 #251104

Alright, I thought I'd see if there was interest. This is EVERYTHING FFG did for their edition of Talisman. Every big box, every small box, every print on demand including the very rare Nether Realm.

There is one problem- the main board split along one of its folds. It is cleanly split, almost as if it were just cut. On the table, you wouldn't even notice. It's pretty easy/cheap to replace, even from a second hand copy of the base game. I'm just lazy.

I will not separate any of this out. You can buy it and parcel it or for resale if you are so inclined!

The only price guidance I have at hand right now is a complete set tracking at $450 on eBay (with bids, 2 days remaining), but it has all the boxes. I have SOME of the boxes, and the base game box is in "G"

So make an offer and include shipping. It will be at least $50 to ship- its HEAVY.
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 11 Jul 2017 12:26 #251106

$51.
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 11 Jul 2017 12:33 #251107

That is $1 over your final Miniature Market check. NO CREDIT!
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 11 Jul 2017 12:35 #251108

Your mistake for no starting bid or reserve.
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 11 Jul 2017 19:28 #251120

$52
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 12 Jul 2017 15:36 #251142

$43 and a case of Necco wafers
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 12 Jul 2017 20:44 #251158

Necco have gelatin, can't eat them. DECLINED.
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 12 Jul 2017 20:56 #251159

Honest question: are you okay with using other animal-based products (like W&N Series 7 brushes) if you aren't eating them?
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 12 Jul 2017 21:06 #251160

I'm not vegan, unfortunately. I've tried it, but my health sort of suffered. Not really able to pull it off. I try my best to avoid any kind of animal death product- sable is like wool, horses aren't slaughtered for it. I don't wear leather or anything like that. I probably shouldn't use the sable...I should do some research on it to see how the horses are treated that W&N/other companies get their sable from. The answer, I fear, is "horribly". If that's the case I would stop using them regardless of their quality.
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 12 Jul 2017 21:13 #251161

Umm, the sable for the brushes comes from a kolinsky (weasel species) that has been killed for a different purpose. It's not why they are killed, but it is from an animal used for parts. They are generally wild and not captive.
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 12 Jul 2017 21:42 #251162

Wow, I actually did not know that. I thought sable was horse. Welp, I'll use the ones I have but won't get more. I'll have to find an alternative!
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 12 Jul 2017 22:48 #251165

It's okay, those weasels are known heretics.
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 13 Jul 2017 01:19 #251166

I suppose GW only uses Imperially sanctioned weasels for their Artificer brushes...

I'm seeing Black Swan synthetic brushes as a possible alternative...
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 13 Jul 2017 10:17 #251170

Raphael's Kaerell Acryl 8394 (or the long-handled 869) line is supposed to be a decent approximation of a natural hair brush. I use the 8404 line (which is kolinsky sable) and I prefer that brush to the Series 7.
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FS: COMPLETE FFG TALISMAN 13 Jul 2017 11:47 #251172

barrowdown wrote:
Umm, the sable for the brushes comes from a kolinsky (weasel species) that has been killed for a different purpose. It's not why they are killed, but it is from an animal used for parts. They are generally wild and not captive.

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