B&M doctor who sets.

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Deborah J wrote:
Sat Jun 27, 2020 8:02 am
I'd love a valyard figure, but I think I'd feel a bit short changed if he was dressed as paul mcgann and not in his iconic trial outfit. A bit like the Ainley in suit, it's technically something he wore, but it's not really his costume
Plus like:

- Hes an old man
- Hes basically a separate entity to the Trial Valeyard
- Hes good and calls himself the Doctor

Still id love a figure of him, but not instead of a regular Valeyard. I want both! And package them with an eyepatch Mel.
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SJF wrote:
Sat Jun 27, 2020 10:41 am
... eyepatch Mel.
Kinky! I've seen that film!

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Deborah J wrote:
Sat Jun 27, 2020 8:02 am
I'd love a valyard figure, but I think I'd feel a bit short changed if he was dressed as paul mcgann and not in his iconic trial outfit. A bit like the Ainley in suit, it's technically something he wore, but it's not really his costume
I feel the same way. Look, I don't mind a couple Big Finish costume variants for the Doctors, but releasing an audio-only version of the Valyard feels a little weird.
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skifflebits wrote:
Sat Jun 27, 2020 6:20 pm
Deborah J wrote:
Sat Jun 27, 2020 8:02 am
I'd love a valyard figure, but I think I'd feel a bit short changed if he was dressed as paul mcgann and not in his iconic trial outfit. A bit like the Ainley in suit, it's technically something he wore, but it's not really his costume
I feel the same way. Look, I don't mind a couple Big Finish costume variants for the Doctors, but releasing an audio-only version of the Valyard feels a little weird.
However, if it's a headsculpt that gets us a Big Finish variant and the Trial wardrobe, then I'm all for it.

And honestly, putting the Valeyard in with an Ainley Master (velvets), that duo would actually be a good 3 pack with Mel that I'd see selling. (Rather than ANOTHER McCoy or Ace, or the prohibitively expensive Colin.)

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Maybe they could make valyard using the body of the night of the doctor 8th with a new body wrap for the robes, then they could swap it for An easy variant
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greeneggsandspam wrote:
Sat Jun 27, 2020 6:49 pm
Maybe they could make valyard using the body of the night of the doctor 8th with a new body wrap for the robes, then they could swap it for An easy variant
The possibility of new wraps the UNIT set opens hopefully extends that far; a LOT of villains and companions could be done within reasonable accuracy. Or even desirable variants for Harry, Sarah, the 4th Doctor, either Romana, the 3rd Doctor....the list could go on awhile.

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Spannerintheworks wrote:
Sat Jun 27, 2020 7:58 pm
greeneggsandspam wrote:
Sat Jun 27, 2020 6:49 pm
Maybe they could make valyard using the body of the night of the doctor 8th with a new body wrap for the robes, then they could swap it for An easy variant
The possibility of new wraps the UNIT set opens hopefully extends that far; a LOT of villains and companions could be done within reasonable accuracy. Or even desirable variants for Harry, Sarah, the 4th Doctor, either Romana, the 3rd Doctor....the list could go on awhile.
I'd love a Key to Time accessory with a Romana variant (dunno if thats weird I just really want a Key to Time :lol: ) but I realise under the current model that probably wouldnt happen as it's really a one off I suppose. That said, didn't Al once suggest the possibility of turning to a line of single figures with multiple accessories like the original Leela and Ace?
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Do you s'pose there's any potential here?
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skifflebits wrote:
Sat Jun 27, 2020 9:49 pm
Do you s'pose there's any potential here?
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Ah come on now...Ms Tamm is not THAT bad!

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skifflebits wrote:
Sat Jun 27, 2020 9:49 pm
Do you s'pose there's any potential here?
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The problem is the arms. If they were a more flowy robe and not in tatters, I'd have expected this in the B&M set.

And I doubt we're at the point where new arms could be made....for now.

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