"Trading" a misdescription or a figure of speech?

Discussion in 'Trading Figure Game' started by Magic_Umbreon, Aug 7, 2007.

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  1. Magic_Umbreon

    Magic_Umbreon Researching Tower Scientist, Retired

    Would you actually trade figures as the title "trading figure game" implies?

    Personally, I would not because of the vulnerable nature.
     
  2. PokePop

    PokePop Administrator

    Maybe not by mail, but why not in person?
     
  3. Magic_Umbreon

    Magic_Umbreon Researching Tower Scientist, Retired

    Because you might not notice damage until you left. I'm not highly knowledgeable about the figures, which is why I started the thread.

    I also wondered what advantage is to be gained by trading?
     
  4. Burninating_Torchic

    Burninating_Torchic New Member

    The same advantage there is to be gained in trading the cards...
    You get figures you don't have.
     
  5. PokePop

    PokePop Administrator

    If one looks at the figure, why would they not notice damage?
     
  6. Mew*

    Mew* Active Member

    Umm, before you trade, you should thoroughly examine the piece that you are trading for. I do that whenever I am trading for a valuable card like Wailord/Charizard/Lugia EX, or most other trades.
     
  7. PokemonSteve

    PokemonSteve New Member

    Believe me, when u get the booster packs, i will quickly become trading.
     
  8. Magic_Umbreon

    Magic_Umbreon Researching Tower Scientist, Retired

    Ah thank-you. Does anyone know how prone to damage they are? It doesn't like they fit in sleeves like cards do for protection.
     
  9. darkmagick15

    darkmagick15 New Member

    You sue protective cases like they do for warhammer etc.
    I plan on use in a lunch box deveided in to places to but them with soemthing like cardboard.lol
     
  10. menoknow

    menoknow New Member

    I got 36 2-figure boosters of the EU release and 2 of the 72 figures were broken out of the pack...a Tauros which didn't seem to be glued properly and a Ho-Oh which was broken at the base (on a skinny peg).

    When mailing them, i wrap them in some cotton balls and put them in a large team bag for trading cards to prevent scratching and such. I've shipped out about 30-40 figures so far and nobody told me that they came broken.

     

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