So last Saturday, I ordered another lot of Bionicles. This time it was around $29.99 for five of the Pirakas, excluding Hakann, with free shipping. The shipment was expected to land on my doorstep on Friday, but managed to get here on Wednesday instead. A thing that caught my eye when I was going through the box's contents was this little notecard That was awfully nice of the sender to include a little thank you note. The back only showed my address and long with the sender's and t
I was fortunate to nab the last copy of Fates, which was the last one sitting on the shelves, at my local Walmart. Although I wanted Conquest, I got Birthright instead. Beggars can't be choosers. While I was there, I also grabbed a 16 GB card and an eShop card. Conquest, Revelations, and Map Pack 1 aren't going to total up cheaply. Played through it a bit. It has a lot of dialogue, but I didn't wait for a whole year just to complain about it.
After being dead for a week, I'm finally back from the morgue to post this. Strangely, out of all the sets, only the Bionicles were heavily in pieces . I couldn't get the best shots of the heavy amount of dust on the figures, but this'll have to suffice. Let's start off with the Toa Mata. The only guy I'm missing now is Kopaka, but on the flip side, I got another Gali and Tahu. A lone Kohrak with a Krana Su. With the exception of Onewa, I have all the Turagas. On a side note, Nuju is
This is Part 2 of 3 of the analysis. The Bonkles you all have been waiting for, I presume, will be covered tomorrow. Today I'm going to be covering another Technic series that came in my order: RoboRiders Onyx Onxy in the dark Swamp Lava Frost Dust Power Like all the other sets, these too are chock full of dust. Enough dust to make my fingers dry and crack. Strangely, only Dust and Onyx have Slizer heads. Unlike the Bionicles and Slizers in the box, all of the RoboRiders
I recently won a bidding war on eBay for a "HUGE Lot Of 30+ Lego Technic Bionicles Plus Extra Parts, Masks, Cases, Etc." that costed me a whopping $38.44 for the total cost of the bid and shipping alone. My initial thought before entering the bid was "I only see 27 figures. Is someone pulling my leg?" From the picture alone, I was getting 27 figures, 8 containers, and a heap of spare parts. So I though to myself "Screw it. Let's bid on it." $39 for all of that seemed like a great deal, exclud