As of September 2017, I decided that I would close the TSL Forum

Some collectors will remember that when Trev and Ang closed their site and forum many years ago I created a forum here for everyone to carry on chatting. It was a fun time but the forum always caused me headaches with the spammers, virus attack and with it being a separate code to the rest of the site to that which I was comfortable with and the constant updates it needed, one of which caused me to transfer everything to a new forum when it all went wrong. In time the regular contributors started to move on when they stopped collecting or went onto facebook (a format I still hate to this day)

I then found new interests myself when new British dragons from our favourite artists started to become very few and far between and I stopped going on the forum which probably helped the forum going from a busy fun place to chat into a very quiet place
Then the new forum started to not accept new registrations after an antispam update, meaning that I had to manually add people who contacted me. But in most cases that was just so they could use the for sale pages and nothing else.

So the time has come to finally lay the forum to rest.

I’d like to thank everyone who contributed to the forum over the years, I got to meet a lot of great people because of it and I had a lot of fun chatting to fellow collectors about anything and everything and seeing how long it took a thread to go completely off topic. It was a great time and I miss the chat but things have to move on. I’ll not name names but to all the regulars (you know who you are) without you the forum couldn’t have lasted as long as it did. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for being such a great bunch of people.

The main site itself will remain online and I will update it at some point. This is just the forum that is closing not the actual website –

When I do any updates I will mention them on the (dreaded) Facebook page -

Please keep in touch via email (or facebook if you have to)


John (Marvin the Martian)

17th of September 2017)



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