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No Game No Life - Feel Nilvalen - Kurami Zell - Stephanie Dola - 1/7 (Phat Company)No Game No Life - Feel Nilvalen - Kurami Zell - Stephanie Dola - 1/7 (Phat Company)¥ Köp¥ Köp

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21 dagar sedan
Jenthehen3 månader sedan#78730469She is not cast-off. Forced cast-off just means essentially breaking the Figure to pry the clothes off. She won’t have nipples or any details underneath, though.
Mine did not have an issue with the cloth in her mouth, but you can always fix figures with those types of issues by heating the plastic slightly with a hair dryer so that it’s pliant and you can bend things into the correct place.


Um... take a peek bro, she’s got nipples, both of them actually. I was pretty surprised myself.
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Jenthehen Otaku at Law
Leg3ndaryGamer73 månader sedan#78761777okay thx for the response I really appreciate it. I have a few other questions now if u don't mind answering them, so first off u said to use a hair dryer to fix the ribbon issue, but if the hair dryer has multiple settings like low, medium, and high, which setting should i use when fixing the ribbon?
Also what are the signs to look out for when ur heating up the plastic that let you know you've heated it up enough and it's ready to be moved into place? I'm asking because I'm new to the figure buying world and have never done this before so I'm asking so I have a better chance of not messing up if you know what i mean. so again how do i tell that I've heated up the plastic enough and its ready to be bent back into shape?
and lastly how should I go about cooling the plastic off after I've bent it back into place? Like should I just let it sit for a few hours or something and if that's the case how long does it usually take to cool down because I want to avoid touching it until its completely done cooling down.
thx again and have a good day.


No prob! Just use the low setting on the hair dryer for maybe 5-10 seconds at first. You don’t need to warm it up super hot - just warm enough that it feels pliant enough to move it into position (you kind of go carefully with trial and error to figure out how much needs to be warmed to make the plastic have some “give.”) It shouldn’t ever be too hot to the touch and you should just hold it in place until it cools (which will be almost immediately). Basically, I point the hairdryer on low to warm the plastic, turn it off, move the warmed part where it needs to go and hold it while it cools. You can do this multiple times to get it right, but it usually ends up pretty quick and easy!
3 månader sedan
Jenthehen3 månader sedan#78730469She is not cast-off. Forced cast-off just means essentially breaking the Figure to pry the clothes off. She won’t have nipples or any details underneath, though.
Mine did not have an issue with the cloth in her mouth, but you can always fix figures with those types of issues by heating the plastic slightly with a hair dryer so that it’s pliant and you can bend things into the correct place.


okay thx for the response I really appreciate it. I have a few other questions now if u don't mind answering them, so first off u said to use a hair dryer to fix the ribbon issue, but if the hair dryer has multiple settings like low, medium, and high, which setting should i use when fixing the ribbon?

Also what are the signs to look out for when ur heating up the plastic that let you know you've heated it up enough and it's ready to be moved into place? I'm asking because I'm new to the figure buying world and have never done this before so I'm asking so I have a better chance of not messing up if you know what i mean. so again how do i tell that I've heated up the plastic enough and its ready to be bent back into shape?

and lastly how should I go about cooling the plastic off after I've bent it back into place? Like should I just let it sit for a few hours or something and if that's the case how long does it usually take to cool down because I want to avoid touching it until its completely done cooling down.

thx again and have a good day.
3 månader sedan
Jenthehen Otaku at Law
Leg3ndaryGamer73 månader sedan#78730466is this figure a cast off? also I plan on ordering her soon and I've read that some people have had an issue with the cloth not being placed in her mouth when they get her so I want to ask before I get her so I have the information before hand in case I run into the same issue but is there any way to fix the issue of the cloth piece not being placed in her mouth? Also again I wanted to ask if this figure is a cast off? I read somewhere that it might be a forced cast off figure but what is the difference between a regular cast off figure and a forced cast off figure?
Thx everyone and have a good day.


She is not cast-off. Forced cast-off just means essentially breaking the Figure to pry the clothes off. She won’t have nipples or any details underneath, though.

Mine did not have an issue with the cloth in her mouth, but you can always fix figures with those types of issues by heating the plastic slightly with a hair dryer so that it’s pliant and you can bend things into the correct place.
3 månader sedan