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toomraider
14-11-10, 20:59
There's a lifesize statue on ebay signed by Mark Klinert of Oxmox. Here's the link:

Mod edit: link removed.
Since you are the one selling the item, posting a link is deemed advertising and therefore against the terms and conditions of this forum.
You previously were already made aware of this and the rules regarding the posting of links in general, so I would advise to be careful when posting in the future.

larson n natla
14-11-10, 21:00
Against the rules bud. ;)

FloTheMachine
14-11-10, 21:07
I would try and get it but christ. 585.00 pounds like. Come on. :rolleyes:

toomraider
14-11-10, 21:18
Sorry just thought as its such a rare item people would want to know about it. I've never seen a signed one before. One sold today for 500.00 not signed and with fingers broken off.

jamieoliver22
14-11-10, 21:31
You've already asked whether or not you can post about this in a previous thread.

http://www.tombraiderforums.com/showthread.php?t=175057

I have a very rare item that I'm selling on ebay UK. Can I give a link to it or would that be against the rules? Thanks From our Terms and Conditions (http://www.tombraiderforums.com/faq.php?faq=vb_faq#faq_new_faq_item_tandc):

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I hope this answers your question.

toomraider
14-11-10, 21:58
I didn't read the reply as couldn't find the thread, but have now found it so apologies.

Mikky
15-11-10, 15:52
Oh, wow. That's amazing. Any chance of lowring the price to, say... 0.1p? :ton:

Eddie Haskell
15-11-10, 17:01
If I could pick it up locally I might buy it. The cost to ship it would be very prohibitive, not to mention the initial outlay itself.

Sgt BOMBULOUS
15-11-10, 17:03
Is she... Fully functional (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ev1ec0Z0GI)?

Eddie Haskell
15-11-10, 17:05
Is she... Fully functional (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ev1ec0Z0GI)?

That would help... :p

And I remember that episode, Data was a trip. :)

StarCroft:AOD
15-11-10, 17:07
Hmm I think I've seen back in 2006, a picture of a statue like that in Core Design's studio entrance:confused:

It's beautiful anyway

Croft_Original
15-11-10, 18:52
Is she... Fully functional (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ev1ec0Z0GI)?

:vlol::vlol::vlol:One of my favourite episodes.

As for the Lara figure, I wish I had the money but...:(

Croft.

Melonie Tomb Raider
15-11-10, 19:25
Link removed? Darn it, I wanted to see. :p

Gabi
15-11-10, 19:28
You could always search on e-bay, lazy bones. :ton:

Eddie Haskell
15-11-10, 19:47
:vlol::vlol::vlol:One of my favourite episodes.

As for the Lara figure, I wish I had the money but...:(

Croft.

Data was always the star of that show in my opinion.

And as far as the functionality of the Lara figure, I do need a new hall tree to hang my coat on. And the extended gun would serve that purpose quite well.

On the robot/functionality topic, all men that I know would always choose the loving flesh and blood wife every time. But they would also choose the fully functional robot on the side as well if it were available. No headaches! :D

[Xmas]
15-11-10, 19:51
You could always search on e-bay, lazy bones. :ton::yik: :yik: :yik:

Melonie Tomb Raider
15-11-10, 20:02
You could always search on e-bay, lazy bones. :ton:

Fine, fine. :ton: :ton: :vlol:

Croft_Original
15-11-10, 20:04
Data was always the star of that show in my opinion.

And as far as the functionality of the Lara figure, I do need a new hall tree to hang my coat on. And the extended gun would serve that purpose quite well.

On the robot/functionality topic, all men that I know would always choose the loving flesh and blood wife every time. But they would also choose the fully functional robot on the side as well if it were available. No headaches! :D

Data's my favourite character from the TNG series too; imagine my upset when I saw Star Trek: Nemesis.:eek::mad:

I'm not bothered about the Lara figure being fully functional unless you count shooting the postman or fighting off the odd stray T-Rex. That would be impressive.:mis:

Croft.