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Marco Bijl
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Dear Gamers,

I resently bought some figures from unknown origen.

They must be game pieces, but I do not know from which games they are:

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The figure is about 2 cm (1 inch) high.

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The Silver knight on this picture doesn't belong to the set, it was just to identify the scale. The figures are very small (elephant is around 1,5 cm (smaller then 1 inch). It has been said that they are from a Russian "Risk" like game....anyone know more?



I've posted before, and also at other wargame forums, but nobody knows!!

Please let me know if you have any suggestions

Marco
 
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But how big is that silver knight?
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I can barely make out the detail in that photo. Do you have one in a larger resolution?
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Man I just saw this game in thrift shop recently, and I can't think of the name!

Working.(It was like "empire" or something similar. Made in, if it's the one I'm thinking, the early 80's) Tip of my tongue.
 
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Ahh, I was thinking about Conquest.

But I don't think that's it.

 
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Me, too. None of the figures match up (and there was no red), but it's the very first game I thought of. I think they used the same colors you find in Dark Tower--grey, tan, brown and black.
 
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Marco Bijl
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The figures are really small...the elephant figure is about 15 mm or about 1/2 inch high. I don;t have an other picture available but can make one soon. Hope sombody find's out!!!!!!! marco
 
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Bijl0130 wrote:
The figures are really small...the elephant figure is about 15 mm or about 1/2 inch high. I don;t have an other picture available but can make one soon. Hope sombody find's out!!!!!!! marco


They look Russian...Perhaps from a russian wargame?
 
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I bought them from Toy soldier HQ and the only thing they know was that they are from a Russian "Risk" game....hope this helps somebody..

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I used to know a good russian site for boardgames that might have helped but I can't seem to find it anymore. Perhaps one of our russian members can assist?
 
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I know there's at least 2 guys from Latvia that are members here, as well as 1 from Belarus. What say you guys?

BTW, how many versions of CONQUEST are there? My gamecover is an abstract battle representation done with dark brown over beige.

Edit: sp.
 
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