That's a great question, that I only just saw just now an d it's too late for me to brain enough to answer that, so I will get back to you if and when I have thought of an answer. Because it's a toughie, there are many strong conten ders.
I may do an update of some of my pictures to iclude the newer figures in there, but for now every figure I own is in a picture on this thread, so my job is done until I buy something new. Which I plan to do in the next few days, but that's a surprise. xx
Never did answer Avon's question, whoopsie. Well, a minor update for now, I recently got the 2014 B&M S4 set and it is beautiful, 3 figures that I didn't have, some of the best likenesses in the range, I really love them all, and here is a picture of those 3 figures. I've stuck them on the end of this shelf for now, didn't have much interesting in that corner, didn't even need to move my broken rubix cube or teach-yourself-welsh book to make room for them. My capaldi tardis is at the other end. I could have brought out the wooden chest, set it up for a more consistant photo, but it's such an effort to do and I'm feeling very unmotivated right now. So this is all you'll get for now, not even the decent camera.
Very nice, does your rassilon want to lean backwards because of the trailing cloak, mine does and it makes him a right pain to stand up. Also totally irrelevant by why Welsh?
I feel personally offended by your comment on my language.
no, he stands up pretty well. Maybe you just don't have enough discipline with your figures, mine know not to misbehave or they'll make me cross. The welsh book was either a birthday or christmas present from a welsh friend of mine, kind of a joke gift, he didn't actually want me to start learning welsh, it was funny though, and looked nice, so I popped it on the shelf up there.
And now Wales is a joke. I'm very pleased with my treatment.