Bowser the Amputee

pocchama1996

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I've been seeing people get their platinum rewards left and right. Now today I finally found the package this morning by my door. You can imagine how happy I was.
So there I sat holding my ? Mark Block contemplating whether to keep it unopened as a collectible or open it and place it around my house. I decided to open it.
It's a good thing I did.
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Now my question to you is, should I send this back to nintendo for a new one, or keep it as a manufacturing error collectible?
 

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Agreed, send it back. Although I would say that, I never understood why errors are collectible. There was a copy of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in my local Oxfam shop for a rather ridiculous £75. No word of a lie. It was a rare misprint version. But what I want to know is why something that's a fuck up is worth more than a perfect version. Seems daft to me.

Besides, I'd hardly class this as collectible. Anyone can recreate it by simply pulling Bowser's arm off. So it wouldn't be worth anything.
 

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Blaze163 said:
Besides, I'd hardly class this as collectible. Anyone can recreate it by simply pulling Bowser's arm off. So it wouldn't be worth anything.

This is what I was thinking but i dont know how the arm looks were you to just tear it off like this. So this could very well be rare to some people.
Anyways I do think im gonna send it back.
 

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