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Kill la Kill - Mankanshoku Mako - Nendoroid  (#515) - Fight Club Specialized Two-Star Goku Uniform ver. (Good Smile Company)Kill la Kill - Mankanshoku Mako - Nendoroid (#515) - Fight Club Specialized Two-Star Goku Uniform ver. (Good Smile Company)¥ Comprar¥ Comprar

Kill la Kill - Mankanshoku Mako - Nendoroid  (#515) - Fight Club Specialized Two-Star Goku Uniform ver. (Good Smile Company)
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H=100mm (3.9in)
Fechas de lanzamiento
11/24/2015 As Limited + Exclusive
07/26/2015 As Limited
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Japonés131,340 hits • 673 comentarios169 favoritos

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Orders via Good Smile Online Shop can be placed between the 26th July 2015 (Sun) from 16:00JST until the 3rd August 2015 (Wed) at 21:00JST.

Sales at Wonder Festival 2015 Summer are limited to 1000 pieces.

She will be also available at Anime Expo 2015(LA, 02.July 2015), Japan Expo 2015(Paris, 02.July 2015) and CCG Expo 2015(Shanghai, 09.July 2015) and other events not listed.

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Radnarhace 27 días#83702900That's a big assumption right there. Not everyone on this site is a "hardcore" collector and even for those that are, trying to keep sharp eyes on everything you're interested in over multiple sites can turn an enjoyable hobby into a joyless "second job" that loses you money.
All assumptions aside, putting the "blame" for the situation on the would-be-buyer rather than scalpers is... not a great take.
Yes, that statement is an assumption, but in this hobby it seems more like a universally accepted social norm, because if you wanted something so bad you’d actually make the effort to hunt for a good deal - hardcore collector or not. That is how working-class humans manage their limited resources.

If you couldn’t find what you’re after, or you just didn’t bother, then bad luck, you have to deal with the aftermarket and there are no excuses if you had chances in the past to acquire it for less than what the scalped prices are. There is no reason to be moping about scalpers when the would-be-buyer are in part to blame.
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aldybeehace 27 días#83702640As I said previously, any hardcore/keen collector would be keeping eyes open on as many channels as possible i.e. YAJ, Mandarake, MFC, eBay, Amazon, trusted vendors, international sellers and vendors.That's a big assumption right there. Not everyone on this site is a "hardcore" collector and even for those that are, trying to keep sharp eyes on everything you're interested in over multiple sites can turn an enjoyable hobby into a joyless "second job" that loses you money.

aldybeehace 27 días#83702686My point still stands so I don't know why you're trying to argue with me. Don't complain about scalpers and resellers when you could've gone out of your way to acquire a figurine at a price suitable for you - ideally for less than what the scalpers are charging.All assumptions aside, putting the "blame" for the situation on the would-be-buyer rather than scalpers is... not a great take.
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You're assuming that though.
darkroseblasthace 27 días#83702682And it seems they weren't content with paying for added proxy fees and expensive shipping (relative to buying locally). Thanks for agreeing with me.
Thanks for making this point uncontested:
aldybeeYou've essentially gone out of your way to create your own convenient assumptions which try to excuse this person's negligence in acquiring said collectible. A flawed argument
My point still stands so I don't know why you're trying to argue with me. Don't complain about scalpers and resellers when you could've gone out of your way to acquire a figurine at a price suitable for you - ideally for less than what the scalpers are charging.
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aldybeehace 27 días#83702640It's safe to assume that any collector in their right mind would be going through as many channels as possible to acquire whatever it is they want at a price they're content with paying.And it seems they weren't content with paying for added proxy fees and expensive shipping (relative to buying locally). Thanks for agreeing with me.
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