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9 hours ago, Ded said:

I would like to ask if these are official Hasbro Figures or are they made from another company? Doesn't look 100% Hasbro to me.

Those seem to be two of the bishouju MLP statues made by Kotobukiya.

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9 hours ago, Ded said:

What if these pictures are new every time, but we miss the small changed details.

That could be, but the old pics keep getting deleted so it's hard to tell!

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1 hour ago, LouviLove said:

 

Greetings again @Ded,

This statues are make by Kotobuniya with Hasbro's approval.
https://en.kotobukiya.co.jp/product-title/my-little-pony/

Were you able to buy them at MRSP? Or did you pay an Up price, I currently can't find them anywhere. Also I'm somewhat surprised to see a Celstia and Luna figure that are releasing next month. Still making new figures after all this time.

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2 hours ago, Bread said:

Were you able to buy them at MRSP? Or did you pay an Up price, I currently can't find them anywhere. Also I'm somewhat surprised to see a Celstia and Luna figure that are releasing next month. Still making new figures after all this time.

 

@Bread
You right, it can be hard to get MLP G4 Recent and official product by now. Which make me happy to finally be able to have three.

You have 4 ways to get these statue : 

1) You can find a local retailer who work with Kotobukiya.
https://en.kotobukiya.co.jp/shoplist/

2) You can buy it from a marketplace like Amazon.
Be careful about scam out here, check if the release date is not too far from the day of your purchase, prefer companies rather than individuals and look at their seller rating, -20% discount does not exist.
Keep in mind that you can be charge of import fees.

3) If you know someone in Japan, this person can send it to you.

Find someone online is possible, however be careful.

4) Take a fly to Japan and grab it by yourself.
How know ? Perhaps are you rich.

Depending on possibility, I have used the 1, 2 and 3 options. Price was a little bit higher than MRSP but import fees are the worst, probably because I'm on west Europe but it stop me at the half of getting the mane six.

Perhaps I have extrapolate a bit. :mlp_DERPE:

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I've been trying to get Kotobukiya Rainbow Dash for ages, still saving up LOL

 

I bought Sonic Mania yesterday and I've been having a ton of fun with it 

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22 hours ago, LouviLove said:

 

@Bread
You right, it can be hard to get MLP G4 Recent and official product by now. Which make me happy to finally be able to have three.

You have 4 ways to get these statue : 

1) You can find a local retailer who work with Kotobukiya.
https://en.kotobukiya.co.jp/shoplist/

2) You can buy it from a marketplace like Amazon.
Be careful about scam out here, check if the release date is not too far from the day of your purchase, prefer companies rather than individuals and look at their seller rating, -20% discount does not exist.
Keep in mind that you can be charge of import fees.

3) If you know someone in Japan, this person can send it to you.

Find someone online is possible, however be careful.

4) Take a fly to Japan and grab it by yourself.
How know ? Perhaps are you rich.

Depending on possibility, I have used the 1, 2 and 3 options. Price was a little bit higher than MRSP but import fees are the worst, probably because I'm on west Europe but it stop me at the half of getting the mane six.

Perhaps I have extrapolate a bit. :mlp_DERPE:

Yeah looked up the shops in Germany. They all seemed to be sold out except new preorders for Fluttershy limited Edition, Luna and Celestia. They seem pretty popular and sparse. (Well all but SUNSET SHIMMER, uf)

 

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I bought a few things:

  • Groceries.
  • New work pants.
  • 50 rounds of .40 S&W ammunition.
  • 50 new, unprimed .30-06 cases (I am starting to gradually get some new .30-06 brass, as the brass I have been using has been reloaded a few times, and the M1 Garand is known to be rough on cases).
  • A bag of cat food.
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Brought Noita Yesterday, pretty fun and exactly what I expected.

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I bought some allergy medicine (I forgot to get it the last time I went shopping for groceries).

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I bought the following:

  • Groceries.
  • New license tabs for both of my cars.
  • New license plates for my old Toyota Corolla (in the US state of Minnesota, a car is issued new license plates every seven years).
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I bought quite a few things lately (not all at once, but it's been awhile since I have posted in this thread):

  • An OEM impact sensor for a 2008 Toyota Corolla.
  • A couple of 10mm wrenches (one standard end, one ratcheting end).
  • Groceries.
  • Routine maintenance and a minor repair for my Corolla at a trusted mechanic.
  • Car wash.
  • Gasoline.
  • A Glock 26 (Generation 5) subcompact handgun (I am planning on using this as a backup gun for concealed carry).
  • TruGlo TFX Pro sights for the Glock 26 I purchased (Like many shooters, I advise ditching the factory plastic sights that come on many Glocks from the factory for more durable ones).
  • A couple of holsters for a Glock 26.
  • A couple of magazine carriers (for double stack 9X19mm/.40 S&W magazines).
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I bought some groceries and new front wiper blades for my 2013 Toyota Highlander.

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I purchased several more things:

  • Groceries.
  • Gasoline.
  • Dental work to reattach an old crown that came off of one of my teeth (the crown was structurally intact, so my dentist simply had to remove the old adhesive from the crown itself and the molar to which it was attached.  Afterward, the dentist put it back in place with new adhesive.  Thankfully, the procedure didn't cost very much after insurance).
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