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    yarkshiregamer
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    https://yarkshiregamer.blogspot.com/2020/04/blakes-7-reprise-in-28mm-for-7tv.html

    Hi all,

    Hope we are all well in lock down land, or if like myself you’re still working, stay safe.

    I painted up a few Blake’s 7 figs a few years ago but never got round to doing anything with them. The return of YG junior to the house as a result of the Phobon Plague had me looking for a game we could enjoy, so out came the 7tv box, the old figs and we started watching the series again.

    These figs cover the cast who joined the show in the later series as well as some updated figures for original cast members.

    A few more pics on the blog post along with a link to a Yarkshire TV special on the Utubes about the figures.

    Also had my first game of 7TV and thoroughly enjoyed it, ordered some more figs for my cops and Robbers casts, updates soon.

    Regards Ken
    The Yarkshire Gamer

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    torros
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    They look great. Brings back happy memories of watching Blake’s 7

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    deamonwolf
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    where did you find these minis they would work well in Core Space

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    yarkshiregamer
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    kantor72
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    I love these.The slow-mo combat always made me chuckle,but the show has a special place in my heart.

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    pagan8th
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    The olden days of SF… wobbly scenery… every planet looks like a quarry and/or disused factory.

    Not seen Blakes 7 in a long time, but Avon/Villa were a great double act. I doubt it would still entertain me now…  few things look as good after 30+ years… so I’ll keep my memories intact and reflect on the nostalgia.

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    yarkshiregamer
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    I think every planet was a Quarry or an old factory !

    Watched it again a couple of years ago, loved every minute.

    Regards Ken

    The Yarkshire Gamer

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