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Wooly Rupert Posted - 16 Apr 2018 : 02:51:16
So, anyone got $700 laying around and a desire to own a statuette of Klauth, Old Snarl?

https://www.popcultureshocktoys.com/en/wondercon-rd-ex
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Wooly Rupert Posted - 16 Apr 2018 : 20:18:17
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Originally posted by Lord Karsus

-There are so many other things that one could buy for $700, yeesh.



Quite true. Even if I had $700 just laying around, I doubt I'd buy that.
Lord Karsus Posted - 16 Apr 2018 : 19:50:58
-There are so many other things that one could buy for $700, yeesh.
Wooly Rupert Posted - 16 Apr 2018 : 15:10:51
quote:
Originally posted by sleyvas

wish I knew anything about it... how big.. is it metal or ceramic... I'm gonna guess ceramic (which means it'll get chipped in a move).



The overview lists the size: "- 24" (61 cm) H x 20.5" (52 cm)W x 24" (61 cm)D"

And if it's packed well enough, it won't get chipped in a move. Keeping the box it's shipped in is usually a good idea for something like this.
sleyvas Posted - 16 Apr 2018 : 12:29:29
wish I knew anything about it... how big.. is it metal or ceramic... I'm gonna guess ceramic (which means it'll get chipped in a move).

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