Hey /toy/ what did your secret Santa get you this year?
So I had a few dollars left over from Christmas shopping and bought my kid two of these little "iBLOCK FUN Charmander and Charizard'. It clearly states that it come's with instructions but when he opened it them there wasn't any.
Just wondering if anyone has the same /toy/s or not and could upload the instructions. There Is one video online of a guy building them, but it's all in fast forward AND the fucker has the audacity to build them out of frame. So I tried going to the website but it's a horrible messy chink website.
Holy shit you retard. You have picture views of either side, it's a pretty simple construction. Failing that, it was somehow beyond you to attempt navigating their page by google translating sections of it.
It is not as easy as it seems because of the size and shapes of the blocks, if you want it to be stable you should follow the instructions.
I have this one, it is a bootleg nanoblock charmander. You should be able to find the original instructions in google.
Any Cobra fans here?
Probably more subbed anime than scanlated manga honestly.
If I don't get Revoltech Woody and Buzz, will I regret it forever?
>will I regret it forever?
Who knows? I can't say anything about your opinions, because I would never buy those myself.
What I can say, is that you WILL regret it forever if you never learn to make decisions for yourself. :^)
My main friends and family are toys, how should i soend the holdiays with them?
Any original toy designers? Compagnies with their own style?
This is my ostrich
So how does this compare to the Black Series one? Does that one really justify the price?
Going off the older sabers I'd say it's smaller, the hilt is plastic and looks less impressive. But it's also half the price and if you really just want a toy to swing around then I'd say go for it.
Christmas looms ever closer, have you been a good little toy collector?
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