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Hi all, While in Secondary School I was an avid collector of all things Bionicle. I moved away to University, and my collection was put in the loft of my parents house, but they want rid of it so I should be collecting it soon. I enjoyed them as a kid, but now I would like to sell my collection, and would appreciate some advice on the best way to do this. I believe I have a complete collection of figures up to the 2005 line, and some assorted figures from after this point. I also believe that I have all the canisters for any figure that came with one, plus some rarer items such as the Boxor, Exo-Toa and a Mask of Time. I would be selling these from the UK, but don't know how would be best to sell them; should it be in one big lot, as smaller lots, as individual items? What site should I use, should I use eBay or sell them directly through here? Also if anyone has sold from the UK to abroad before and could give an idea of shipping costs in case it comes to selling internationally, that would also be appreciated. Regards, Condar. Edit: Another thing I just thought of is in regards to the rubber bands that many figures use. If they have deteriorated would you recommend trying to replace them before selling, or leave that up to the buyer?
Right now, for the next ~36 hours pretty much, Transistor is on sale for £3.74 or $5 USD or €4.74 or $5.49 CAD. In fact, you don't even need to search for it, click this. I take no responsibility for any vulgarity on the webpage I link to, for I do not control the whims of Steam users and do not desire to. Go buy this game, because it's a masterpiece in music and art with some very unique gameplay that rewards a fair bit of experimentation.
I personally think it's going alright, but I'm not sure if the sales and interest are great enough that the line will gain the extra years that the original Bionicle line and Ninjago have. Discuss below.