Monday, September 26, 2016

Decluttering

I'm making an effort to reduce the amount of crap cluttering up my games room.  I'm adopting the policy of disposing of one item each day.  Mostly at the moment that means throwing away boxes I kept because they looked like they'd be good for storing future terrain projects.  A couple of unwanted toys have gone to the charity shop.

It occurred to me, though, that a few unwanted rules sets could go to some of the local kids who are showing an interest.Hammers Slammers and 1st Ed Rapid Fire are going that way.

My printout of DBMM, however, has gone straight into the recycling bin. Discuss.

6 comments:

Richard Phillips said...

Shed HQ available for storage :-)

Counterpane said...

I'll bear you in mind if you make it over at Xmas. ;-)

Steve-the-Wargamer said...

Intermediate step - point it at eBay for a week and if it doesn't sell, then file under B1N...

Richard Phillips said...

No file under SHED ;-)

Counterpane said...

There are some sets of rules I own and keep going back to but they never light my enthusiasm enough to play them. Top of this list would be Polemos GNW, DBM/DBMM, DBR and the blue cover WRG WW2 rules.

Interestingly all but one of these are WRG products but then their Hordes Of The Things is my most played game ever!

Norm said...

One a day ... what a good idea. I have always approached clear outs as dealing with everything. I gate over-faced and just stop.