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Visited the flea market on Sunday, managed to find a couple cool little retired pieces, including a couple Star Wars polys I needed for my collection! Overall, spend $65 Canadian; I think I did pretty well!
Hello Bionicle fans, Special offer for the Trans-Red Kanoka SEALED (with French Bionicle comics #1) Price on BL $40 Price on BZP $35 - 1 sold, 2 remaining Special offer for 10202 Ultimate Dume (with exclusive Mask of Power) SEALED Price on BL $100 Price on BZP $90 - 1 sold, 2 remaining Build your Vahki army (all SEALED sets)! 8614 Nuurakh $9 (12 available) 8618 Rorzakh $9 (31 available) Price on BZP : Buy 6 or more for $8 each, buy 12 or more for $7 each Full set of 96 Krana $250 $130 Full set of 48 Krana-Kal $150 $90 Full set of Kanoka including "175", TRK, Tan, Disc of Time $300 $180 Full set of 2001 Toa Kanohi $5 red hau, trans-blu kaukau, green miru, brown kakama, black pakari, white akaku (many sets available)Full set of 2003 Matoran of Mata Nui (8581-8586) SEALED Price on BL $48 Price on BZP $40 Kanohi 2001 prototypes Price on BL $395 (for Trans-Dark Blue Kaukau or Green Miru) Price on BZP $199 with free worldwide shipping (offer valid until March 20th 2017) Prototype Toa Pohatu + Prototype Rock Price on BL $392 + $98 Price on BZP $199 with free worldwide shipping (offer valid until March 20th 2017) Many sealed sets from 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Click here to go to my BL store Rules Please PM only if you are willing to buy, thanks!Worldwide shipping with tracking for up to 2 kg : $19 (Europe $15) - not insuredPayment : Paypal or IBAN (Europe only)
Only five prototypes were released to private collectors, to my understanding. Does anyone know anyone who actually has one, or is anyone on here one of the ones who bought one of the five. Basically what I'm curious about is the following: "Has anyone who has one taken a few of the pieces off, then put them back on, just examining how they were built?" I have closely examined the original photos, as well as those of another guy who has done the same, and I am 99% confident that I rebuilt the Sand Tarakava 100%, but there are always those pieces you can't see. Below is a link to my MediaFire where you can downloade a ".zip" file containing the instructions and the original ".lxf" file. If you use the instructions or the file as a basis, or do some sort of review based off of the file, please cite me. P.S. Some of the more obvious things, due to the limitations of the LDD, I had to change. P.P.S. The Tarakava to the far left is the original, the other two are slight mocs to match the Blue and Teal Tarakava. MediaFire Link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/u06cfez9o9fgalr/Sand_Tarakava_LDD.zip I have made a modified version of the Sand Tarakava with a drop down jaw now. This requires a slight modification of the head the download link for this version is below this paragraph, but this does not replace the above link, this is separate. The Blue pieces are the new pieces, and the red pieces are for two rubber bands. Link for the modification: http://www.mediafire.com/download/y2iw9nh3q1duvzs/Sand_Tarakava_Jaw_Drop.lxf
So as everyone already knows I've been playing Mass Effect 2. And while for the most part I really enjoy it. I've been having some problems with the choices. Not just the "click something you think Shepard would say only for her to say something completely different, accidentally earn renegade/paragon points" but more specifically with the whole binary system in the first place. Spoilers to follow. Liek whoa. Mordin's Loyalty Mission Legion's Loyalty Mission Collector Base Again, none of these things were a deal breaker, in fact for the most part I far preferred Mass Effect 2 to Mass Effect 1. However in ME1 I never felt this huge problem with the binary choice system. The problem with the weightier choices of ME2 is that they don't lend themselves to the binary choice structure that's been built up this entire time.