Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Huffer123, Dec 26, 2011.
I found a reveal the sheild track. is it rare
sorry I bought 10
Good toy: Yes.
Good investment: No.
no If we collecters don't buy what we can now and keep at least a 75% out of being trashed by kids then the toys will survive.
I wish I had enough money to worry about trivial shit like that.
I'm not sure if this post is for real.
Right now, your apparent collection count is the same as one of the other 'speculators' here.
Did you just watch Toy Story? I think Toys would prefered being played with (not to the extent of destruction) but still played with.
I have to update my collection stats havn't done it in a while.
and kids lose parts and they get thrown away.
were talking about tracks and kids tearing toys up now days
No offense, but you have to understand toys r for kids. I'm not one to criticize, but that's pretty selfish of you to purposely want to take toys away so children can't have any. You must of forgot how it was to have toys as a kid. It was for fun, not to keep everything in mint condition. I remember I was quite young when the live action movie came out, and I had fun with all my toys. Ya I wrecked some, but I enjoyed them which is the purpose of toys. Luckily, adult collectors have takara, and 3rd parties so they can get some of the toys of their dreams. It is obviously okay to pick up a hasbro toy especially rts or generations toys that are toys that r modeled after g1 toys. Still the bottom line is most of hasbro's toys r to have fun, and the children should deserve to play with them.
Well I was a kid once and I had plenty but when I was 6 and so my dads collection everything changed. I enjoyed them in the boxes.
and kids mainly do that crapy bakugan or beyblades
you have t think about it this way if we havn't kept transformers alive it wouldn't be around anymore. and also if kids didn't watch the shows the toys and shows would be alot better.
The toys are made for kids to play with.
We're the losers who stick them on shelves or leave them in the packaging inside a plastic tub that gets kept up in the garage.
And you're the guy that now kept 10 kids from getting a pretty decent toy. Good job.
Besides, key note to collecting: When the toys are decades old and most of them have been played with by kids and trashed... that's when they are worth any amount of value. The fact that the number of trashed, played with toys far outnumber the pristine one in good condition.
LOL This is getting better.
If kids didn't watch the shows, the franchise would be dead.
listen I want the kids of the future to know what these transformers were.
Kids of the future probably won't care as they'd be too busy with holographic projection technology and nano-implanted technology. Just saying.
That's what the Internet is for.
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