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    To the garage kit makers out there, what kind of sculpting material do you use? :)
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    Hakkonen (11 days ago) #65409346Who made and/or how can I identify the original Seven Mortal Sins figures on which the anime is based? Which of the ones listed on MFC's page are they?
    If you click on the figures, they each have their own detailed view that includes which company made each one. Is that what you meant? Sorry, I’m not sure I understood you.
    11 days ago
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    Who made and/or how can I identify the original Seven Mortal Sins figures on which the anime is based? Which of the ones listed on MFC's page are they?
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    17 days ago
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    New to this site overall and I saw this club. I am trying to figure out a good figure to buy based on Nekopara without breaking the bank. Any good suggestions and a website I can look on?
    25 days ago
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    Hello, I have placed my first order with mandarake online. I was hoping to go to the store and buy a prepaid visa giftcard to purchase some doujins and figures tomorrow. I do not have a credit or debit card. what should I do?
    26 days ago
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    SheepPrincess (1 month ago) #64172131Hi there.
    I’m a person who almost exclusively keeps all her figures in the original packaging and doesn’t plan on ever opening them. Here’s my reasoning;
    • I believe that they might lose value or can be more easily damaged if removed.
    • Since a lot of figures come in boxes with lovely designs, it’s a shame to throw the boxes away.
    • If you don’t throw the boxes away then what do you do with them? Now you need twice as much storage for the figure and the box.
    But as you say, it’s all down to personal preference. If you’re thinking of displaying you figures a certain way, have a look at the community pictures to see how other people have down it and see which look you like best.
    Hope this helps a bit!
    This very much helps, thank you! Glad I’m not the only one who does this xD They certainly do have lovely designed boxes. I’m always worried about the potential for dust, light damage, or breakage if I ever put them out as my room is rather bright. xD Thank you so much for your help and input. (^∇^)
    1 month ago
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    SapphireSnail (1 month ago) #64080755This is more of an opinion question, but, I’m trying to build my collection and I’m stuck. I’m not sure if it’s better to have my figures out of their boxes in a display case or forever in new condition. I know that it’s really just up to my preference but maybe some advice or experience might help. I plan to at least get means of display for them even if still in their box. Thanks! :3

    Hi there.
    I’m a person who almost exclusively keeps all her figures in the original packaging and doesn’t plan on ever opening them. Here’s my reasoning;
    • I believe that they might lose value or can be more easily damaged if removed.
    • Since a lot of figures come in boxes with lovely designs, it’s a shame to throw the boxes away.
    • If you don’t throw the boxes away then what do you do with them? Now you need twice as much storage for the figure and the box.

    But as you say, it’s all down to personal preference. If you’re thinking of displaying you figures a certain way, have a look at the community pictures to see how other people have down it and see which look you like best.

    Hope this helps a bit!
    1 month ago
    0pt
    This is more of an opinion question, but, I’m trying to build my collection and I’m stuck. I’m not sure if it’s better to have my figures out of their boxes in a display case or forever in new condition. I know that it’s really just up to my preference but maybe some advice or experience might help. I plan to at least get means of display for them even if still in their box. Thanks! :3
    1 month ago
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