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Ookami to Koushinryou - Holo - 1/7 - Plentiful Apple Harvest Ver. (Chara-Ani, Good Smile Company)Ookami to Koushinryou - Holo - 1/7 - Plentiful Apple Harvest Ver. (Chara-Ani, Good Smile Company)¥ Compra¥ Compra

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Opened but the figure is in very good condition. No notable damages. Parts complete unless mentioned. Box is also in good condition.
Chloe-tsundere The louise otaku
Get it i guess, we wont agree there so its useless to go on. But why feel sad you sold her before increase? You sold her, so good. No loss which i can understand sadness over.

Anyways i still like Her but def not enough for inflated prices :) not that i ever buy figs rlly if they increased i always am patiently waiting for rerelease or skip
Guess she will be a skip. But i got 2 good holo figs plus a nendo so im still happy anyways :)
6 giorno/i fa
Jenthehen6 giorno/i fa#79597169Honestly, I don't even consider reselling only for "fail" buys ... I have figures I've sold that I loved when I got them and enjoyed for some time, but my enthusiasm just waned over time or they had other figures of the character released that I wanted more, or the aftermarket price was worth more to me than keeping the figure.

Well, I do understand the thing when a new figure of the same character comes out. Space is limited after all. But the enjoying for some time and then lose interest mentality does not stick with me at all. If anything I grow closer to my figures (unless I hate them) since I'm always, as you called it, curating them. It's a form of (probably unhealthy) bonding that happens when I spectate them here and there and during the cleaning routine every so often.
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Jenthehen Otaku at Law
Figureditout6 giorno/i fa#79597119Okay, that's fair. Personally, I liked and still like the face. It could use a better blush tho. However, the big toothy grin is totally Holo to me. And yeah, Revolve's Holo will be hard to match for anyone. Even though I could not rate it 10 because they had some minor spots where she wasn't purrrrrfect. Myethos is the Holo I skipped because I totally don't like her pose and wedding dress. I can be a little bitch when it comes to wedding dresses tho... spoiled by Idolmaster figures.
Meh... I sort of disagree with you there. When you look what you paid and sell it for the same price it does not feel right to me. Figures are also a form of inflation protection (older figures only). They have to become more expensive over time. And if you look at how most JP stores change their prices on the fly the closer you get to release date, it is no surprise to find us customers adapt to that practice.
Furthermore, I feel like when you bought a figure with the intention of keeping her, but then were disappointed with it and decide to sell, you never know if you will make a profit or take a loss. The only thing for certain is you are taking an emotional loss since you did not get what you hoped for. In this case re-sellers are lucky because Holo is so popular and this figure among the top 100 most ordered. That's pretty significant for the aftermarket price increase. However, I could also name countless instances where the figure is disappointing and you can't even re-sell it without a loss because the few buyers interested are only interested in getting it cheaper and don't even factor in your original shipping costs and tax expenses.
Bottom line: Figure collection is both passion and business.
Exactly. I can't even count the times I felt like I overpaid or felt pressured to pre-order something I was uncertain of because I feared the aftermarket prices. And the manufacturers toy with those fears, which is why they are leaving collecting shrouded in a mist of uncertainty. The one thing people can do is using MFC as an indicator on how large the hype surrounding a figure becomes. I'd say the people who only buy a figure because it's top 100 with the intention of not keeping it (maybe not even open and inspect it) can be called scalpers like Chloe suggested. But a fail buy can happen to anyone.


Honestly, I don't even consider reselling only for "fail" buys ... I have figures I've sold that I loved when I got them and enjoyed for some time, but my enthusiasm just waned over time or they had other figures of the character released that I wanted more, or the aftermarket price was worth more to me than keeping the figure.
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SkiaEsh6 giorno/i fa#79559094I really disliked her face. People often point out flaws I do not notice, but if I do notice something wrong with the face on my own, my attention is constantly drawn to it. [...] In this case, I really could not stand the mouth. [...]
Part of it may be that I have two really good Holos now


Okay, that's fair. Personally, I liked and still like the face. It could use a better blush tho. However, the big toothy grin is totally Holo to me. And yeah, Revolve's Holo will be hard to match for anyone. Even though I could not rate it 10 because they had some minor spots where she wasn't purrrrrfect. Myethos is the Holo I skipped because I totally don't like her pose and wedding dress. I can be a little bitch when it comes to wedding dresses tho... spoiled by Idolmaster figures.

Chloe-tsundere6 giorno/i fa#79596602Scalper:
Just sad to see collectors do that. Luckily we got ppl who don't do it. I often look what I paid and sell it for that.
And you sold her right away so you didn't enjoy it for yourself.
I didn't say you are one but if you say oh I regret it that does sound like you want a profit and that sounds scalper to me.


Meh... I sort of disagree with you there. When you look what you paid and sell it for the same price it does not feel right to me. Figures are also a form of inflation protection (older figures only). They have to become more expensive over time. And if you look at how most JP stores change their prices on the fly the closer you get to release date, it is no surprise to find us customers adapt to that practice.

Furthermore, I feel like when you bought a figure with the intention of keeping her, but then were disappointed with it and decide to sell, you never know if you will make a profit or take a loss. The only thing for certain is you are taking an emotional loss since you did not get what you hoped for. In this case re-sellers are lucky because Holo is so popular and this figure among the top 100 most ordered. That's pretty significant for the aftermarket price increase. However, I could also name countless instances where the figure is disappointing and you can't even re-sell it without a loss because the few buyers interested are only interested in getting it cheaper and don't even factor in your original shipping costs and tax expenses.

Bottom line: Figure collection is both passion and business.

Jenthehen6 giorno/i fa#79596703
Curating a collection that you love when you're in the hobby is never going to be scalping. Part of the hobby is speculating over list price versus aftermarket price to decide when to buy and when to sell.


Exactly. I can't even count the times I felt like I overpaid or felt pressured to pre-order something I was uncertain of because I feared the aftermarket prices. And the manufacturers toy with those fears, which is why they are leaving collecting shrouded in a mist of uncertainty. The one thing people can do is using MFC as an indicator on how large the hype surrounding a figure becomes. I'd say the people who only buy a figure because it's top 100 with the intention of not keeping it (maybe not even open and inspect it) can be called scalpers like Chloe suggested. But a fail buy can happen to anyone.
6 giorno/i fa
Jenthehen Otaku at Law
Chloe-tsundere6 giorno/i fa#79596602Scalper:
a person who resells shares or tickets at a large or quick profit.
So whether you sell one or 100s you're scalping. Especially if you're like meh I wish I sold it for more.
Just sad to see collectors do that. Luckily we got ppl who don't do it. I often look what I paid and sell it for that.
And you sold her right away so you didn't enjoy it for yourself.
I didn't say you are one but if you say oh I regret it that does sound like you want a profit and that sounds scalper to me.
Elise nendo I got for retail user sold it like that eventho she's 10k now and up.
Yes you can sell it for up prices, but you don't have to :) and I'm glad to see some ppl like that


You're missing the contextual meaning of "scalper" which is more of a salesperson/flipper and not a collector - in the context of collectibles/toys, scalpers are people (or companies) who buy extra / multiple of an item without any interest in owning it as a gamble for the sole purpose of turning around and selling at an increased price.

Curating a collection that you love when you're in the hobby is never going to be scalping. Part of the hobby is speculating over list price versus aftermarket price to decide when to buy and when to sell. There is no moral obligation to sell at the price at which you bought a collectible - the value changes over time. Just because you paid $100 for a figure doesn't mean the value doesn't change. Let's say it bargain bins and is worth $40 a few years later - it is no more immoral or wrong for someone to buy it from you for $40 even though you paid $100 than it is for you to sell a figure that you bought for $100 that has a current value of $200 for $200.

It's all about value, not list price. Part of the benefit of collecting over time is possibly making more back on any given figure in order to put back into your hobby. I'd say this balances out with figures that bargain bin in price.
6 giorno/i fa
Chloe-tsundere The louise otaku
Jenthehen6 giorno/i fa#79569278Eh, I'm loathe to call high aftermarket prices (and asking for them as a seller of a figure you own) "scalping" - scalping is buying up a bunch of something desirable right away, taking away the opportunity for legit collectors, with no intention of enjoying the item yourself and then turning around immediately and selling for a jacked up price.
When a figure naturally rises in value in the aftermarket - even if it's 4x the original price, it isn't "scalping" to sell it from your collection for the going rate!


Scalper:

a person who resells shares or tickets at a large or quick profit.

So whether you sell one or 100s you're scalping. Especially if you're like meh I wish I sold it for more.
Just sad to see collectors do that. Luckily we got ppl who don't do it. I often look what I paid and sell it for that.
And you sold her right away so you didn't enjoy it for yourself.
I didn't say you are one but if you say oh I regret it that does sound like you want a profit and that sounds scalper to me.

Elise nendo I got for retail user sold it like that eventho she's 10k now and up.
Yes you can sell it for up prices, but you don't have to :) and I'm glad to see some ppl like that
6 giorno/i fa
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