idontremembermylogin's Collection

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Wooo look what arrived today!

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The rest of the wave! Finally unboxed the Dalek and TARDIS yesterday in hope of finally receiving the rest and here we are.
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Wooooo here I go again on doctorwhotoys.net (pretend that fits to the tune of Here I go Again)

I got bored and rearranged my collection during lockdown.

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Top shelf is now my B&M TARDIS carpark shelf along with my (almost) completed Pandorica CD collection from (I think) 2011 + three figures that presumably were in that wave.

Second shelf is my Moffat + Chibnall shelf, ranging from Series 5 on the left through to series 12 on the right.

And the bottom shelf is my RTD shelf starting with Series 2 on the right and Series 4 to the almost left along with my favourite Doctor Figures on the end.

I've also decided that my favourite classic TARDIS is the 5th Doctor TARDIS, followed by the Shada TARDIS - the other ones are all quite generic, dont @ me.
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Interesting Appendage on that supreme dalek!
Supreme... assault dalek?
Assault dalek supreme?
It looks dead cool though!

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Just FYI, The Underhenge Dalek wasn't part of the Pandorica wave. The other two were though.
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Merlin wrote:
Wed Apr 22, 2020 5:02 pm
Interesting Appendage on that supreme dalek!
Supreme... assault dalek?
Assault dalek supreme?
It looks dead cool though!
Yeah that's a problem I discovered recently...

Got that loose for £20 in August and I realised it had the wrong the arm. I'm currently working on finding a new series plunger in the proper scale somewhere to replace it with.
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Gek2Win wrote:
Wed Apr 22, 2020 6:02 pm
Just FYI, The Underhenge Dalek wasn't part of the Pandorica wave. The other two were though.
Yeah wasn't sure about that - definitely fits in with the display though!
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Can’t you buy the newer-scaled arms on ebay in multilistings?
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I love how that Series 9 Twelve and the regenerated Eleven literally look like two different scales.
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DalekCheese wrote:
Wed Apr 22, 2020 6:52 pm
Can’t you buy the newer-scaled arms on ebay in multilistings?
I'm sure you can but at the moment I cant tell if they're new scale or original scale - that and I dont have an ebay account yet
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SJF wrote:
Wed Apr 22, 2020 6:56 pm
I love how that Series 9 Twelve and the regenerated Eleven literally look like two different scales.
Here's a little treat for you then SJF ;)

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After a quick Google I have found that both Actors are 6′ 0″.
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