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Fate/Grand Order - Altria Pendragon (Archer) - 1/7 - Archer (Max Factory)Fate/Grand Order - Altria Pendragon (Archer) - 1/7 - Archer (Max Factory)

Fate/Grand Order - Altria Pendragon (Archer) - 1/7 - Archer (Max Factory)
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Scale & Dimensions
1/7  H=230mm (8.97in, 1:1=1.61m)
Release date
11/27/2018 As Standard
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In stock @ Neokyo
Today, 11321 yen on Amazon Japan.
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Only ¥250 fee, 45 days free storage.
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In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥12,951)

Product page : www.ninoma.com/...
Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
About 115 USD | 97 EUR | 144 CAD
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Klon Solo Rei basta!
Will sell her for 125€ shipped (within UK and EU). I'll ship in about one week after release. So if anybody is interested, please send me a PM.
10 days ago
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shilka (20 days ago) #42252363A full year was not unheard of before with GSC so its more like a year and a half now
I am so tired of it that i am not going to pre order any more figures
Already have 11 and i dont have a ton of space left so those i have might very well be my last pre orders
Probably going to end up with somewhere around 50 figures total


yes, if you consider also delays sure we are reaching new peaks

wait times and delays is a periodic argument, and a complex one; I'd like to highlight only a small part of it:
- This hobby is not so old and many collectors are starting now to have space problems or they will have in a short time (I have it from long time because of many reasons, but let's focus on standard smarter collectors)

- some years ago u had no time to lose interest in a character, cause you had to wait only few months, now it's easier

so basically these 2 facts push collectors to wait more and take the (many) advantages of not preordering and if this trend doesn't change I think it's going to hurt gsc itself and others manufacturers who are extending their times

in my case 99% of the time if I buy a new figure I know I will have to remove another one from my shelves, if I'm not sure I wait, in some cases I prefer pay double a figure who I really want rather than preorder 3 figures whom I'm not sure (and who I can easily found with a good discount later)

p.s.: I'm not talking about new and/or occasional collectors
20 days ago
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Hokuto (20 days ago) #42251037and that's the reason why we are seeing in the last months new gsc and partners preorders set in a year or more
A full year was not unheard of before with GSC so its more like a year and a half now
I am so tired of it that i am not going to pre order any more figures

Already have 11 and i dont have a ton of space left so those i have might very well be my last pre orders

Probably going to end up with somewhere around 50 figures total
20 days ago
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shilka (20 days ago) #42250118The problem is not unrealistic release dates the problem is massive bottle necks they have at the factory level and the problem is they dont have enough factory capacity to keep up with demand
So if one figure is delayed for any reason every single figure is delayed and if there is a second delay it only get worse and worse which is why everything is delayed every time often more than once
What they need to do is have more factory capacity so they can keep up with demand without delays but that costs massive amount of money and that means figures will go way up in price and nobody wants to pay for that
So thats why we have all these delays and its pretty much a problem every single figure company has


and that's the reason why we are seeing in the last months new gsc and partners preorders set in a year or more
20 days ago
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dontbedong (20 days ago) #42238459Delays should be an exception, not common practice. Wish companies wouldn't be excused for constantly setting unrealistic release dates.The problem is not unrealistic release dates the problem is massive bottle necks they have at the factory level and the problem is they dont have enough factory capacity to keep up with demand

So if one figure is delayed for any reason every single figure is delayed and if there is a second delay it only get worse and worse which is why everything is delayed every time often more than once

What they need to do is have more factory capacity so they can keep up with demand without delays but that costs massive amount of money and that means figures will go way up in price and nobody wants to pay for that

So thats why we have all these delays and its pretty much a problem every single figure company has
20 days ago
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Delays should be an exception, not common practice. Wish companies wouldn't be excused for constantly setting unrealistic release dates.
20 days ago
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Prettz (21 days ago) #42225134and my wallet starts to sweat D:... unless some orders for Nov get delayed XD

Yeah - delays like this are why I just put the money for the figure into savings so I don’t have to worry for that big order
20 days ago
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