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Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko - Tsutsukakushi Tsukiko - 1/7 - Cat Ear Maid ver. (Griffon Enterprises)Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko - Tsutsukakushi Tsukiko - 1/7 - Cat Ear Maid ver. (Griffon Enterprises)

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Limited to 30 pieces

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creo_cat (Il y a 3 ans) #2474286Yes, they sell those event-exclusive items on the "first come, first served" basis.
That's why almost everything becomes sold out in the first couple of hours or even faster.
I buy such items with the help of my Japanese friend who attends such events as Wonder Festival on my behalf. The other option is to search japanese second-hand market. Also some Original Character kits are available via mail-order from time to time.
I hope this answer is what you've been looking for.
Regards)

Ah okay, that makes more sense. Thank you :)
Il y a 3 ans
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creo_cat Garage Kit Santa
Executer (Il y a 3 ans) #2474180You misunderstood my question. I'm wondering how their sales work. There's such limited quantity on every one of their items that I'm curious to know if it's a lottery, or just first come, first server (would run out super fast if so?), etc.
Basically how do you order/buy one of the items listed on that page.

Yes, they sell those event-exclusive items on the "first come, first served" basis.
That's why almost everything becomes sold out in the first couple of hours or even faster.
I buy such items with the help of my Japanese friend who attends such events as Wonder Festival on my behalf. The other option is to search japanese second-hand market. Also some Original Character kits are available via mail-order from time to time.
I hope this answer is what you've been looking for.
Regards)
Il y a 3 ans
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creo_cat (Il y a 3 ans) #2474048i don't know the status of your question since 3 month left from the postage time, but...
such kits are made in limited numbers by individual sculptors (like Griffon's TEAM GENESIS in this case) strictly for the 1-day-duration events like Wonder Festival. Also figure companies make special versions of pvc figures that being sold only at those events as well.

You misunderstood my question. I'm wondering how their sales work. There's such limited quantity on every one of their items that I'm curious to know if it's a lottery, or just first come, first server (would run out super fast if so?), etc.
Basically how do you order/buy one of the items listed on that page.
Il y a 3 ans
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creo_cat Garage Kit Santa
got this beauty in the mail yesterday, and I'm very happy with it!
this kit is quite sophisticated, and has a lot of small parts (like tiny strawberry 6-6, for example).
the quality of the casting is great with almost no seamlines and no tabs! That's fantastic, cause quality is not what you expect from Griffon's products. But I think that Griffon itself got little to do with that, since it's a pure limited garage kit (not a mass-produced pvc) made by the Griffon's sculptor TEAM GENESIS on his own. Seems like Griffon just provided assist with the nice big box to house the parts :D

Anyway, I know that Griffon made quite a decent job with the PVC-version ITEM #214571, but if you prefer sharp lines and more precision in sculpt - you need to stalk Y!J auctions for this kit, she's worth every single yen I had spent on her. All my recommendations :D
Il y a 3 ans
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creo_cat Garage Kit Santa
Executer (Il y a 4 ans) #2285708How does this work... is it a lottery deal? There's over a dozen figs on that event page, all with very limited numbers. Sadly I cannot read Japanese.

i don't know the status of your question since 3 month left from the postage time, but...

this figure is a garage kit, which comes as a lot of unpainted and unassembled parts like this:
http://s1.tsuki-board.net/image/thumbnails/creo_cat1383505490.jpeg
such kits are made in limited numbers by individual sculptors (like Griffon's TEAM GENESIS in this case) strictly for the 1-day-duration events like Wonder Festival. Also figure companies make special versions of pvc figures that being sold only at those events as well.
Il y a 3 ans
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How does this work... is it a lottery deal? There's over a dozen figs on that event page, all with very limited numbers. Sadly I cannot read Japanese.
Il y a 4 ans