Workin’ on Warsenal.
In the end, things were worse than I’d have liked, but much better than they could have been. Given that I had something like 23 models on the tray: only 3 were damaged (so far as I can tell). That’s fabulous.
The worst was probably the Tsylong/Lunokhod – that stupid fender was a pain to get on there, and the fin in the back even harder. I’m not surprised those went, and I guess I need to be thankful that only one fender broke.
The second worst is probably the Salyut: those antenna sucked to get on there, and although the antenna in the middle looked like it snapped, it was only bent. The paint split along the bend, but that’s all.
The least extreme but most troubling was the Iguana. There’s a paint chip on his shoulder and his arm is extremely loose. Shifting him jiggles it. I need to decide if I want to pull it out and reglue it or just wait for it to come off before repairing it. Regardless, I probably need to just keep in in the display case from now on.
I’ve already started gluing the remotes back together. Hopefully that last fin doesn’t give me too much trouble.
High off of a great NOVA Infinity experience, I was pretty hyped for the Baltimore Brawl. It was a great day of Infinity, though it did end on kind of a rough note.
The Brawl was a single-day, four game event at Games N Stuff in Glen Burnie. I’ve heard lots of great things about GNS as a store, but had never been able to make it up there before.
Google Maps suggested it’d be between an hour and a half and two to get up there, so I left early; unfortunately, I’d mixed up setup times with check-in times and Google was overly pessimistic about the travel time, which meant I got there a good hour and a half or so earlier than I needed to. Chatting outside the store wasn’t a bad way to spend the morning, but I wouldn’t have regretted an extra hour’s sleep.
These were my lists:
I wanted to run the Kriza, but that sucker is so expensive the next thing I knew I was looking at 11 order lists, and at that point it made sense to dial it in to a single, full group. I don’t think I like running things so tight; you have less wiggle room, and if there’s one thing I need, it’s wiggle room. I think my List B shook out to be just a bad list,