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MajorB21 May 2023 4:19 a.m. PST

"Read the instructions first"
Most plastic figures don't come with assembly instructions.

Personal logo etotheipi Sponsoring Member of TMP21 May 2023 6:51 a.m. PST

Most plastic figures don't come with assembly instructions.

OMG! I have a simple level Gundam model on my table. It didn't have instructions! The more basic level of this model did. I bought this one to be the "commander" … the troops will have to wait.

Also, this is one of the main reasons I prefer to buy other people's job lots of assembledish and paintedish minis and convert the snot out of them (price and challenge being the other two). Assembling nine Necron weapons off the sprue cured me of wanting to buy NIB Necrons for the next decode or so …

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