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It’s Cops & Robbers Time With Tim

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It's Cops & Robbers Time With Tim

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We find out a bit about the Cops & Robbers that Tim has managed to pick up. So, with that in mind dive into this chat as we find out why he chose these factions.

Which factions would you rather go for, or do the Scylla & Alven Yard tickle your fancy?

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truthslayer
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Yeah could see goin cops and robbers

georgesealy
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Lots of talk about “Robbers”, but people haven’t been getting the Triad? It’s such a cool faction.

pojoh
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Mobsters look good.

maddgame
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Still liking the Alven Yard a lot and would probably have gone for the Scylla as well.

anubis06
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Just checked the web store and I love that there is two starter boxes for most factions. Still think I would grab the second Inventors box

falerox
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tentacles…..sold!

kadmon
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This was cool!

skrivanek
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Looks good, gents!

crazycabo
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The stat cards appear to be nice and detailed

doomzombie
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Cops and Robbers, now there`s a combo that`ll make any game a barrel of laugh`s.

May consider getting these two factions, and changing there name`s to………………..The Keystone Kops led by Slim Tubby, and the The Ant Hill Mob led by the one and only Penelope Pitstop.

For those of you who are of a younger age, Slim and Tubby are the nick names of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello from the 1955 film Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops. As for the Ant Hill and Penelope there from the Wacky races, don`t ask me why they just jumped into the old grey matter. So if i do get both factions, you know what i`ll be calling them.

harald0skald
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Must be fun!

baranora
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This is cool!

warfield
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Super games!

szuhayeva
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Great coverage!

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