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In case you haven't seen this. A great set of Paper minis for use as stranded Astronauts in your Apes games!! The close up shot is with white uniforms and a space station logo added. The set is super versatile and could be used in all sorts of other games too.
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9/21/17
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I stumbled on this ebay listing for sets of old school, 1970s D20s, and thought others here might be interested in this listing as well.

According to the listing, these are a 'warehouse find' and have never been used. They are offering over 30 sets of 10 dice each for what I thought was a cheap $6.99 (with free shipping). I have nothing to do with the sellers. (I am in California and they in Wisconsin.) And can't even be sure myself that the listing is accurate. But I bought a set just now anyway.

I recognized the 'old style' percentile dice. Many of us will remember that, back in the day, instead of D10s, there was a D20 with two sets of numbers 0-9. I also recognized the cheap plastic with untrimmed 'edge bits' that needed to be cut off in order to be used properly. It all brought back fond childhood memories of meticulously coloring in these types of dice with crayons in my childhood bedroom around 1980.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-1979-Windmill-20-Sided-Dice-10-ct-Blue-Dnd-Pathfinder-Roleplaying/282638960195?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

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I found this on another social media site and had to share it with the group.
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I neglected to mention this to the group; I hadn't even known (or recalled anyway) that there was a Planet of the Apes magazine. I saw a copy of this outstanding collection arrive a few weeks back, and had to have it.

All sorts of crazy stuff, including Ape terrorists, pirates and a riverboat!
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8/27/17
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On a whim, I recently bought some Mego "Planet of the Apes" dolls and some Action Jackson dolls. I bought them in part because I thought I might hypothetically make some use of them in connection with "Apes Victorious." They were comparatively inexpensive because they are all 'well played with' and only one of them had any semblance of its original clothes.

Other than trying to buy the original clothes on ebay, does anyone have any ideas about how I might 'creatively' dress them in a way that wouldn't look, in a word, stupid?

The lots I bought came with a big batch of old Mego clothes and accessories (like scuba tanks and skis). I can dress the human Action Jackson dolls in the mismatched shirts and pants, and thereby get them looking passably like Virdon/Burke, or even dress them in army uniforms to look a little like the original Mego Astronaut. But dressing the Apes dolls is stumping me a little.

Any help?

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Coming out some time in the future. Saw it at Gen Con. Cooperative game where each player plays an aspect of Taylor. Looking forward to it.
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Ape general, boy hero, and robot mobster? Nothing like a bit of Jack Kirby for an Apes Victorious adventure plot hook.
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Go Ape!

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Using +Tim Hartin​'s colorized version of the campaign setting, I have decided that in my game it will be the area west of Washington D.C.. Making the ruins on the island the city of Washington D.C.. Where do other D.M.'s place this area?
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