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  • WolfiePieVor 3 Jahren#16659147You're so fast with replies! I always feel really slow. >w>;
    Oh no! That sucks that they screwed up the insurance from devaluing! I feel like anything that gets shipped that is expensive, the seller should inquire what kind of insurance/shipping the buyer wants.
    I always get notifications for things in Europe hahaha. I guess more people over where you are collect the stuff I like. XD
    Yah, NH gets you with their property taxes and stuff. I don't think they tax addictables cause everyone goes over the state border to get alcohol.
    I wish learning another language was a lot easier. But I'm a slow reader in English, so reading in another language (when I was in French class) took even longer. I recognize certain words and phrases, but I can't make coherent sentences.
    Haha yah, it is similar to fighting games. The jojo games even give you lots of color variants to choose from. And Nurse Ca I'd definitely consider an alternate outfit/color variant. It's be cool to use her in a fighting game. XD



    Most of the time I take a few days to reply? xD I know people on here that always respond within a few hours. :') Btw, let me know if I missed any of your messages to reply on! I got a lot of messages because of the last few blogs I put on here, so some things got a bit lost in notifications.

    In most countries it's a "gray area", but in some countries it's really illegal to declare different values. So most sellers don't even let you know they are willing to change the value on a shipment unless you specifically ask for it. Actually, my best friend (who sells a lot on eBay) advises against it to put in your listings you are okay with writing down another value. >.<

    Hrmm, interesting. I do think that most Strike Witches items I get notifications of, are sold in Europe, especially the southern countries of Europe. The more generic/popular figures on my wishlist always give me notifications for US sales. Maybe mecha musume is more of a thing here, hrmm. I at least don't notice it at my local conventions. I have been seeing a few Kan Colle cosplayers, though.

    I have been calculating a lot and I think I will soon start with tanking gas for my car in Germany (and take extra cans with me of course, to tank full with more gas to refill at home >.<). First I'll wait it out if I get an extension of my working contract, because the jerrycans are actually quite an investment (I want to tank enough to only need to do a trip to Germany once a month).

    Same for me! Would love to learn more languages, but I'm just so bad in picking it up and you need to keep on practicing... In our country it is mandatory to learn German, French and English in high school, with the possibility to learn Spanish or Chinese if you are one of the better ranking students. I always had a really hard time with both German and French. English I mainly learned from books, tv and games, so I only had to study for grammar, haha! When I was in college, I took Japanese classes for a year, but forgot most of it by now. ^^''

    You did try to learn French for multiple years in high school or college?

    The Jojo games always looked like fun, even before I looked a bit at the anime and other merchandise from the series!

    Oh yes, Calne would be such an amazing design for a game! I would also love to see her in an action game. Her design works perfectly for that! <3
    Vor 3 Jahren
    MaakieVor 3 Jahren#16546879Haha, no problem! I btw already answered on your PM. It's a long wall of text just like every other time, so take your time to read and reply, lol!
    Well for me it happened the other way around, with an seller without me asking for it, delvalueing a package and actually screwing up my own insurance because of it! >.< And tell me about it as an European, haha! We only have a handful of stores to choose from if we decide we want to buy from a place that undervalues. When I sell: When a buyer asks it, for me that means they take full responsibility. If I sell something to someone and he/she doesn't give any special request I just put down the full worth price.
    Huh what?! I know MFC is originally from Europe, but I swear I see way more US people trading/selling/buying than European ones?! I have to skip a lot of good deals on here, because of people living too far away. :(
    Ahhh like that. A lot of northern European countries have crazy taxes on luxury and/or addictive items like alcohol and cigarettes. So they earn the most money on that, haha! Here in the Netherlands our taxes are extraordinary high on car-related things. Like gas, road tax and tax on owning an car (you pay for the specific weight your car has, it's pretty weird over here).
    The only reason why I can speak English is because I have been watching TV and playing games in English from a very young age (our country is so small that a lot of media doesn't get translations/dubs). Every language I tried to learn at an later age (French, German, Spanish, Japanese) I failed horribly in and gave up after either a few years or sometimes a few months. :P I would love to learn a 3rd language, especially German would be useful now, but it's just too frustrating for me.
    Hehe, reminds me of the (older) fighting game characters! I had been thinking for a long time to do a color variant of Lilith when I was planning her costume. Ended up still going for the 'normal' red-blue one, haha! But for Calne you could say I'm doing a "color variant" with her nurse colorway. :)

    You're so fast with replies! I always feel really slow. >w>;
    Oh no! That sucks that they screwed up the insurance from devaluing! I feel like anything that gets shipped that is expensive, the seller should inquire what kind of insurance/shipping the buyer wants.
    I always get notifications for things in Europe hahaha. I guess more people over where you are collect the stuff I like. XD
    Yah, NH gets you with their property taxes and stuff. I don't think they tax addictables cause everyone goes over the state border to get alcohol.
    I wish learning another language was a lot easier. But I'm a slow reader in English, so reading in another language (when I was in French class) took even longer. I recognize certain words and phrases, but I can't make coherent sentences.
    Haha yah, it is similar to fighting games. The jojo games even give you lots of color variants to choose from. And Nurse Ca I'd definitely consider an alternate outfit/color variant. It's be cool to use her in a fighting game. XD
    Vor 3 Jahren
    WolfiePieVor 3 Jahren#16475268I will answer it today after this one! I'm so slow I'm sorryyyyyy. X'D
    Yah, the markdowns on packages does affect the price insurance will give you if the package is lost/damaged, but that's the risk buyers take. I'd rather have an over-seas buyer tell me what they want to have me mark it as, and have that be the price they're willing to "risk" on it. Sometimes sellers don't give you the option to choose the package mark price (like those Humikane art books I got. Nothing happened but the Japanese seller wrote a lower value so they wouldn't have to pay customs as much, and I only paid $9 shipping on ebay).
    Hmm that really stinks though that you have to raise prices because of the high import tax. That trade agreement would be incredibly helpful to have. It's just a bummer cause MFC is European-based so most of the sellers are there, so as an American I see the price and get bummed out. XP
    In New Hampshire they get you on property tax. So it's very expensive to live there, but cheap to shop there.
    Oh gosh I'm terrible with languages. I don't think I'd be able to wrap my head around German. I have enough trouble with American English and it's stupid pronunciations, and it's the only language I know. X'D
    Oh yuck! I would be livid if I got bootlegs in a grab bag. D: So yah, I guess stick to reputable dealers and stores.
    I do like the white/grey coloration, but there's something appealing about a giant pink cat man to me. XD I haven't bought my morph suit yet, so I'm still contemplating colors for him. The good part about JJBA is that there are so many color variants that are official, so you have a lot of colors to choose from for any given character, merch included.


    Haha, no problem! I btw already answered on your PM. It's a long wall of text just like every other time, so take your time to read and reply, lol!

    Well for me it happened the other way around, with an seller without me asking for it, delvalueing a package and actually screwing up my own insurance because of it! >.< And tell me about it as an European, haha! We only have a handful of stores to choose from if we decide we want to buy from a place that undervalues. When I sell: When a buyer asks it, for me that means they take full responsibility. If I sell something to someone and he/she doesn't give any special request I just put down the full worth price.

    Huh what?! I know MFC is originally from Europe, but I swear I see way more US people trading/selling/buying than European ones?! I have to skip a lot of good deals on here, because of people living too far away. :(

    Ahhh like that. A lot of northern European countries have crazy taxes on luxury and/or addictive items like alcohol and cigarettes. So they earn the most money on that, haha! Here in the Netherlands our taxes are extraordinary high on car-related things. Like gas, road tax and tax on owning an car (you pay for the specific weight your car has, it's pretty weird over here).

    The only reason why I can speak English is because I have been watching TV and playing games in English from a very young age (our country is so small that a lot of media doesn't get translations/dubs). Every language I tried to learn at an later age (French, German, Spanish, Japanese) I failed horribly in and gave up after either a few years or sometimes a few months. :P I would love to learn a 3rd language, especially German would be useful now, but it's just too frustrating for me.

    Hehe, reminds me of the (older) fighting game characters! I had been thinking for a long time to do a color variant of Lilith when I was planning her costume. Ended up still going for the 'normal' red-blue one, haha! But for Calne you could say I'm doing a "color variant" with her nurse colorway. :)
    Vor 3 Jahren
    MaakieVor 3 Jahren#16241691Np, also take your time on my 10,000 pages PM I send you, haha!
    Weeeeeeeeeell, undervalueing means also that the insurance is crooked. xD When something gets shipped insured, the item(s) inside are insured up to the value that is left on the form. So if you ask a store to put $10 on a package worth $100 and the package gets lost/damaged, they will only give you $10 back. ^^''
    I think the big difference (and also problem lol) is that in most European countries there are high taxes on almost everything, including packages. So we're also expected to pay taxes on almost every item we import ourselves. Pretty tiring... Can you imagine our figure stores? Base price + shipping from JP to EU + taxes and other base fees + high taxes for selling within own country + a markup of course, otherwise they won't make any money. D:
    That trade agreement would also save lots of time! No more packages getting inspected for weeks in a row!
    No sales tax in New Hampshire?! But...how does the government make money there?! Only taxes on wages or something?
    Yeah, I like going to Germany a lot. :) I'm pretty jealous on that country compared to my own, haha! Because a lot of things are similar, but in a way better way than the same things are over here in the Netherlands. But the thing really holding me back to visit more and/or think about moving there is the language...it's so hard to understand and I'm really bad at learning new languages. :(
    I don't buy much grab bags from local conventions, main reason for them is that a lot of sellers try to dump bootlegs or really low value items in them. I DO love grab bags myself, but only want to buy them from trustworthy stores, such as a lot of the Japanese stores that do them too. Or con grab bags with foods/drinks only. I also have a small addiction to AmiAmi grab bags. xD
    Hrmmm, I think I personally like him more in white/grey, but I understand the original color being the one most interesting/accostumed to you as a fan of the series! ;)
    Interesting! I already had the idea that Jojo was a lot bigger in JP and the US. And that's good news for you! Lots of fun people to meet and nice merch to see/buy! :)

    I will answer it today after this one! I'm so slow I'm sorryyyyyy. X'D
    Yah, the markdowns on packages does affect the price insurance will give you if the package is lost/damaged, but that's the risk buyers take. I'd rather have an over-seas buyer tell me what they want to have me mark it as, and have that be the price they're willing to "risk" on it. Sometimes sellers don't give you the option to choose the package mark price (like those Humikane art books I got. Nothing happened but the Japanese seller wrote a lower value so they wouldn't have to pay customs as much, and I only paid $9 shipping on ebay).

    Hmm that really stinks though that you have to raise prices because of the high import tax. That trade agreement would be incredibly helpful to have. It's just a bummer cause MFC is European-based so most of the sellers are there, so as an American I see the price and get bummed out. XP

    In New Hampshire they get you on property tax. So it's very expensive to live there, but cheap to shop there.

    Oh gosh I'm terrible with languages. I don't think I'd be able to wrap my head around German. I have enough trouble with American English and it's stupid pronunciations, and it's the only language I know. X'D

    Oh yuck! I would be livid if I got bootlegs in a grab bag. D: So yah, I guess stick to reputable dealers and stores.

    I do like the white/grey coloration, but there's something appealing about a giant pink cat man to me. XD I haven't bought my morph suit yet, so I'm still contemplating colors for him. The good part about JJBA is that there are so many color variants that are official, so you have a lot of colors to choose from for any given character, merch included.
    Vor 3 Jahren
    WolfiePieVor 3 Jahren#16196832Sorry it's taken me so long to get back to you. XP
    I don't really see undervaluing as a bad thing, as long as there's enough insurance on the package to cover it if something goes wrong. But then again we don't pay taxes over here for our mail. For example, BJDs are usually marked down by companies on the customs form. It'll be like "Doll- $100" when you ordered a $500+ doll. Or even the mechamusume books I just got, I spent around $50 for them and the package arrived saying "used books- $20". But as long as expensive things are insured properly, I don't see a huge problem in undervaluing, but that's just my view on it as someone from the US.
    Hopefully that trade agreement will go through. That'll be really handy!
    That's like me shopping over the state border in New Hampshire for things, cause they don't have a sales tax. So buying groceries and stuff is cheaper, I guess like you going to Germany.
    Grab bags are a pretty cool way to get rid of things that don't sell. I just get nervous about them cause I don't wanna end up with too much stuff I don't want either. XD Some vendors write a "theme" on the grab bag, like "action", "mecha", "kawaii" and stuff like that, or sometimes even specific titles. That way people can at least narrow it down to something they like for the most part.
    The figure is a color approved by the mangaka, so it's technically an official coloration. But the character is originally a light pink, so I'd rather cosplay the original coloration of him. This is the color he's most often portrayed as: ITEM #11501
    JoJo is actually really popular over here, as far as it's loyal fan base is concerned. We have really big cosplay groups for it. I'd honestly say some photoshoots are on-par with things like Sailor Moon and Attack on Titan, depending on the convention. I never really notice things until i get into them, but now that I'm in the JoJo cosplay group, I notice a lot more merch and cosplayers than before. There are definitely a few booths (usually ones that also carry Gundam and Zoids) that will have the JoJo figures.


    Np, also take your time on my 10,000 pages PM I send you, haha!

    Weeeeeeeeeell, undervalueing means also that the insurance is crooked. xD When something gets shipped insured, the item(s) inside are insured up to the value that is left on the form. So if you ask a store to put $10 on a package worth $100 and the package gets lost/damaged, they will only give you $10 back. ^^''

    I think the big difference (and also problem lol) is that in most European countries there are high taxes on almost everything, including packages. So we're also expected to pay taxes on almost every item we import ourselves. Pretty tiring... Can you imagine our figure stores? Base price + shipping from JP to EU + taxes and other base fees + high taxes for selling within own country + a markup of course, otherwise they won't make any money. D:

    That trade agreement would also save lots of time! No more packages getting inspected for weeks in a row!

    No sales tax in New Hampshire?! But...how does the government make money there?! Only taxes on wages or something?

    Yeah, I like going to Germany a lot. :) I'm pretty jealous on that country compared to my own, haha! Because a lot of things are similar, but in a way better way than the same things are over here in the Netherlands. But the thing really holding me back to visit more and/or think about moving there is the language...it's so hard to understand and I'm really bad at learning new languages. :(

    I don't buy much grab bags from local conventions, main reason for them is that a lot of sellers try to dump bootlegs or really low value items in them. I DO love grab bags myself, but only want to buy them from trustworthy stores, such as a lot of the Japanese stores that do them too. Or con grab bags with foods/drinks only. I also have a small addiction to AmiAmi grab bags. xD

    Hrmmm, I think I personally like him more in white/grey, but I understand the original color being the one most interesting/accostumed to you as a fan of the series! ;)

    Interesting! I already had the idea that Jojo was a lot bigger in JP and the US. And that's good news for you! Lots of fun people to meet and nice merch to see/buy! :)
    Vor 3 Jahren
    MaakieVor 3 Jahren#15829619Wellllllllll, there is undervalueing. But that is tax evasion. You see a big split here in people. Half of our figure collectors will scream at the idea and risk of undervalueing and the other half are easily talking about how to do these tax evasions. :P
    Also, for like 3 or more years already, there has been talking about a trading agreement between Japan and Europe. If at some point they finally accept that, it would mean no taxes or only taxes for really expensive shipments. I hope they finally make a decision about that in...hopefully not much longer, haha!
    Hehe, what we see over here is that sales taxes in Germany are way lower than sales taxes in the Netherlands. So people hop the border to tank gas and especially buy luxury items (cigarettes, alcohol etc.). I also have some coworkers who are completely set on doing all their groceries in Germany!
    Uh-huh! For sure! You can see with some of the items I had in my store or on a comment page for sale here. That it sometimes took me 1-2 years before I could stripe them off as "sold". :P But I also have some things NOBODY buys, those end up in my own grab bags I sell at my stand. :)
    Oh, I would guess the character was more greyish white looking at the figure yeah, haha! You don't prefer that color version?
    Jojo is over here not that big of a hit, but every few cons I see some cosplayers from it, so at least it's not really niche or something. ;) But our vendors don't stock up big on Jojo. They mainly go for "safe" series that (seem to) never lose their popularity, like Vocaloid and Pokémon.


    Sorry it's taken me so long to get back to you. XP

    I don't really see undervaluing as a bad thing, as long as there's enough insurance on the package to cover it if something goes wrong. But then again we don't pay taxes over here for our mail. For example, BJDs are usually marked down by companies on the customs form. It'll be like "Doll- $100" when you ordered a $500+ doll. Or even the mechamusume books I just got, I spent around $50 for them and the package arrived saying "used books- $20". But as long as expensive things are insured properly, I don't see a huge problem in undervaluing, but that's just my view on it as someone from the US.

    Hopefully that trade agreement will go through. That'll be really handy!

    That's like me shopping over the state border in New Hampshire for things, cause they don't have a sales tax. So buying groceries and stuff is cheaper, I guess like you going to Germany.

    Grab bags are a pretty cool way to get rid of things that don't sell. I just get nervous about them cause I don't wanna end up with too much stuff I don't want either. XD Some vendors write a "theme" on the grab bag, like "action", "mecha", "kawaii" and stuff like that, or sometimes even specific titles. That way people can at least narrow it down to something they like for the most part.

    The figure is a color approved by the mangaka, so it's technically an official coloration. But the character is originally a light pink, so I'd rather cosplay the original coloration of him. This is the color he's most often portrayed as: ITEM #11501

    JoJo is actually really popular over here, as far as it's loyal fan base is concerned. We have really big cosplay groups for it. I'd honestly say some photoshoots are on-par with things like Sailor Moon and Attack on Titan, depending on the convention. I never really notice things until i get into them, but now that I'm in the JoJo cosplay group, I notice a lot more merch and cosplayers than before. There are definitely a few booths (usually ones that also carry Gundam and Zoids) that will have the JoJo figures.
    Vor 3 Jahren
    WolfiePieVor 3 Jahren#15761275Aww, that really stinks. Yah, I wish there was a way to avoid customs fees. I have had people ask for me to mark the value lower, which I don't have a problem with as long as they're willing to take the consequences if it gets damaged in the mail. And I do agree, second-hand should be similar to a thrift store or something. It's already been bought once (or more) before, so extra fees shouldn't apply. But over here we have certain states that have sales taxes or no sales taxes. So we have sales tax in Massachusetts, so I tend to go over the state border into New Hampshire so I can avoid the tax. But this is more for buying things in-person.
    I can see niche items being hard to sell. But there are definitely people out there who'd buy them. It just takes longer to find them. XP
    Yep! I've already started looking into morph suits on Amazon. Currently debating between "peach" or "pink" for the suit color (the figure I posted is an alternate color version).
    I didn't get into JoJo until after Anime Boston this year (so March/April), but I always see tons of JoJo figures there. So there's a good chance multiple vendors could have him next year, especially with the rerelease. But then there's the supply-and-demand and "popularity price" mark-ups, so he could end up costing way more in person. XP


    Wellllllllll, there is undervalueing. But that is tax evasion. You see a big split here in people. Half of our figure collectors will scream at the idea and risk of undervalueing and the other half are easily talking about how to do these tax evasions. :P

    Also, for like 3 or more years already, there has been talking about a trading agreement between Japan and Europe. If at some point they finally accept that, it would mean no taxes or only taxes for really expensive shipments. I hope they finally make a decision about that in...hopefully not much longer, haha!

    Hehe, what we see over here is that sales taxes in Germany are way lower than sales taxes in the Netherlands. So people hop the border to tank gas and especially buy luxury items (cigarettes, alcohol etc.). I also have some coworkers who are completely set on doing all their groceries in Germany!

    Uh-huh! For sure! You can see with some of the items I had in my store or on a comment page for sale here. That it sometimes took me 1-2 years before I could stripe them off as "sold". :P But I also have some things NOBODY buys, those end up in my own grab bags I sell at my stand. :)

    Oh, I would guess the character was more greyish white looking at the figure yeah, haha! You don't prefer that color version?

    Jojo is over here not that big of a hit, but every few cons I see some cosplayers from it, so at least it's not really niche or something. ;) But our vendors don't stock up big on Jojo. They mainly go for "safe" series that (seem to) never lose their popularity, like Vocaloid and Pokémon.
    Vor 3 Jahren
    MaakieVor 3 Jahren#15742871For me the other way around. I see a good deal from an US or JP seller and then get disheartened if I think about the shipping and total costs after all the fees. D: Btw I think it's really stupid that custom fees still apply on second hand items to be honest. If needed, the taxes should have been paid the first time the item was sold. :/
    I only manage to sell my small and really rare items to people outside of Europe and even then it can take a long time to sell them, but I also blame the items I mainly sell and collect being so niche. :P
    Woah! How are you planning to cosplay him?! Full body suit?
    Over here it can be really hard to find a specific figure on a convention. >.< But I guess you have more luck, because you visit bigger cons with more sellers!

    Aww, that really stinks. Yah, I wish there was a way to avoid customs fees. I have had people ask for me to mark the value lower, which I don't have a problem with as long as they're willing to take the consequences if it gets damaged in the mail. And I do agree, second-hand should be similar to a thrift store or something. It's already been bought once (or more) before, so extra fees shouldn't apply. But over here we have certain states that have sales taxes or no sales taxes. So we have sales tax in Massachusetts, so I tend to go over the state border into New Hampshire so I can avoid the tax. But this is more for buying things in-person.
    I can see niche items being hard to sell. But there are definitely people out there who'd buy them. It just takes longer to find them. XP
    Yep! I've already started looking into morph suits on Amazon. Currently debating between "peach" or "pink" for the suit color (the figure I posted is an alternate color version).
    I didn't get into JoJo until after Anime Boston this year (so March/April), but I always see tons of JoJo figures there. So there's a good chance multiple vendors could have him next year, especially with the rerelease. But then there's the supply-and-demand and "popularity price" mark-ups, so he could end up costing way more in person. XP
    Vor 3 Jahren
    WolfiePieVor 3 Jahren#15695672Yah, European prices do look crazy high lol. I get excited to see things on my wanted list posted on here, but as soon as I find it's a European seller I get disheartened cause they ask for a lot more than US sellers. I have nothing against European sellers, but I'd rather just deal with USD and no mark-ups. XP
    I can see it's be easier to buy within Europe for you cause you can avoid the crazy customs that way, so that's pretty helpful for EU collectors. It just makes it hard for us to buy from each other. XD
    My next planned cosplay is Killer Queen from JJBA. This is the figure I'm eyeballing: ITEM #27980 He's getting a rerelease and I'm tempted to join the preorder, but I'm also not sure I'd just be better off waiting and trying to find him in-person at a convention. XP


    For me the other way around. I see a good deal from an US or JP seller and then get disheartened if I think about the shipping and total costs after all the fees. D: Btw I think it's really stupid that custom fees still apply on second hand items to be honest. If needed, the taxes should have been paid the first time the item was sold. :/

    I only manage to sell my small and really rare items to people outside of Europe and even then it can take a long time to sell them, but I also blame the items I mainly sell and collect being so niche. :P

    Woah! How are you planning to cosplay him?! Full body suit?

    Over here it can be really hard to find a specific figure on a convention. >.< But I guess you have more luck, because you visit bigger cons with more sellers!
    Vor 3 Jahren
    MaakieVor 3 Jahren#15692557Well normally the taxes are for the receiver, but I guess that because this was a "false declaration" the seller ended up in trouble instead of me. :x
    Yeah for someone in the US, all the European prizes must look crazy. When I import a figure from Japan and get all the extra fees, I end up paying 90-100% of the price of buying it from an European reseller, like Archonia. Also, buying form Japan yourself makes you have the figure quicker. So I always go for importing myself, although a lot of Europeans rather play it safe and just buy from our own stores (they don't like the hassle with customs).
    Yeah, trying to get back your shipping costs is a bit stupid, but I can understand European sellers to try and also get a part of their custom fees back. Still, the most nice would be of course to take the release price and take a bit off that, considering you opened the figure. But yeah, with huge EMS figures and high customs, that can be very hard on European sellers. :P Still, as an European buyer, I'm cheaper off buying such an "overpriced second hand" figure from another European collector, than importing the figure myself from Japan. But for people living in countries with no or low taxes on packages, all European prices (also from shops) must look like scalping, lol.
    Which is your next planned cosplay? :>

    Yah, European prices do look crazy high lol. I get excited to see things on my wanted list posted on here, but as soon as I find it's a European seller I get disheartened cause they ask for a lot more than US sellers. I have nothing against European sellers, but I'd rather just deal with USD and no mark-ups. XP
    I can see it's be easier to buy within Europe for you cause you can avoid the crazy customs that way, so that's pretty helpful for EU collectors. It just makes it hard for us to buy from each other. XD
    My next planned cosplay is Killer Queen from JJBA. This is the figure I'm eyeballing: ITEM #27980 He's getting a rerelease and I'm tempted to join the preorder, but I'm also not sure I'd just be better off waiting and trying to find him in-person at a convention. XP
    Vor 3 Jahren
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