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Hey everyone, Cratak here. So I bought some Bionicle figures a while back, and I'm selling the ones I don't want/need for MOCing, mainly for money towards more MOCing parts. Specifications Shipping: I ship mainland USA, and buyer pays shipping. Communication: Please PM me if you don't hear from me in a week. Thanks! Buying in Bulk: I will provide minor discounts for bulk (10+) items! Now, onto my wares! Directory: Available, On Hold, Sold, Price Lowered. Figures $5 (each) - Toa Mata Gali x1 and x1 - with x1 canister*! $5 - Toa Mata Kopaka $5 - Toa Mata Pohatu $5 (each) - Toa Mata Onua x2 - with x1 canister! $5 - Toa Nuva Gali - with canister! $5 - Toa Nuva Kopaka - with canister! $5 - Toa Nuva Pohatu - with canister! $5 - Toa Nuva Tahu *canister w/out original outside, see picture Masks/Various $1 - Pakari - Brown $1 - Pakari - Takua-Blue $1 - Pakari - Purple $1 - Hau - Red $1 - Hau - White $1 - Miru - Green $1 - Miru - White (aka Rua) $1 - Miru - Red $1 - Kakama - Brown $1 - Noble Ruru - Dark Grey $1 - Noble Ruru - Black $1 - Noble Mahiki - Light Grey $1 - Pakari Nuva - Black $1 - Kaukau Nuva - Blue $1 - Kakama Nuva - Brown $1 - Miru Nuva - Green $1 - Kraahkan - Black $4 - Avohkii - Trans-Sparkle $1 - Mahiki - Metru Green $.50 - Elda - Blue $.50 - Kadin - Black $1 - Kohrak Xa - Active $.50 - Kraata Stage 5 - Blue Pictures Direct links to pictures along with the folder below. Folder: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=525265 Masks: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Cratak/BionicleForSale/dsc_0026.jpg Figures: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Cratak/BionicleForSale/dsc_0024.jpg Canisters: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Cratak/BionicleForSale/dsc_0259.jpg Thanks for looking through this. Please feel free to ask questions.
THEY ARE NOT HERE SO I GET TO MAKE THIS BLAG POST FIRST HAHAHAHA. Anywho, what happened is that Brickeens (and his dad), Sumiki (and his parents), and I toured two museums in D.C. today. Fort starters, I had to walk from my dad's office in D.C. for about 20 mins (the closest metro station was closed ARRRGGHHHH) and then get on a Metro to run to the Air & Spaaaaaaaaaaaaace Museum to try and not miss them. I didn't, so that was a plus. At the Air and Space Museum Sumiki (occasionally Brickeens) and I cracked some terribly awful puns as we visited all the various exhibits. I got an insight into what Brickeens' life with Sumiki was like (it should be made into a sitcom-Reality TV show, BTW), we learned about toilets in space (Step 2: Wait 15 seconds), and overall had a grand ol' time there. BUT WAIT. THERE'S MORE! Yes. After that, we went to the Natural History Museum (we first passed the Sculpture Garden where a fountain, a metal tree, and a 2D but actually 3D house mesmerized us). There, we split up to see different things. I went with Sumiki and we met the dinosaurs, the mummies, the Robinsons (POP CULTURE REFERENCE), cracked more puns and learned a lot of stuff. BECAUSE MUSEUMS. After we regrouped, we made our way to the Metro, where I tearfully departed the group of awesomeness. But in all seriousness, Sumiki and Brickeens each have an awesome family. They are all such kind, funny, and overall great people to hang out with. It was a pleasure to spend this day with you guys.
So, I purchased a lovely Zelda-edition 3DS with some money I got for Christmas and some out of my own pocket after the festive holiday. I have to say, it is awesome. Playing the classic game that got me into the Zelda series in 3D is fun, and due to the fact that I am used to 3D stereogram images the 3D bothers my eyes minimally. Actually, I think OoT is a great game to do in 3D, because there are many scenes that the 3D adds to well (such as Navi's flight at the beginning, establishing shots of dungeons, and basically any scene in the Chamber of Sages). Another great thing about the 3DS is its two external cameras, enabling you to take stereogram pictures. This was one of the biggest appeals to me buying one (the deciding factor was the Zelda-edition-ness). To demonstrate, I have put some 3D LEGO pictures here. Note that the images are crossview stereograms. Enjoy!