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POLL: Are You an Early Buyer?


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TheBeast Supporting Member of TMP writes:

@angelbarracks et al
Just pointing out, 'liking' was already in the poll, except, technically it's before you know the range, just the first examples:
(Assuming you like the figures and the period, of course!)

So, even if you like the first examples, you won't buy until you see a complete run, right?

Actually, while espousing the Option 1 as an appropriate philosophy, personal inertia suggests I am all over the map, but tend towards the Option 2.

@Andrew Beasley
I tend to have lots of uncompleted ranges, but mostly acquired after they failed, possible bitz fodder or fill ins.

I used to be regular on Option 1, but after a while, that backlog acquired like yours caused me not to 'encourage the company to continue fleshing out the range', making failure a self-fulfilling prophesy.

Doug


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Option 1
183
38%
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Option 2
234
49%
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other (explain)
65
13%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

When a new range of historical figures comes out, are you more likely to:

  1. buy some figures, to encourage the company to continue fleshing out the range;
  2. wait until the range is well developed before purchasing

(Assuming you like the figures and the period, of course!)