B&M doctor who sets.

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Theta Sigma
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BoundryHopper wrote:
Thu Aug 27, 2020 5:25 pm
I'd like one The Chase Dalek to have the Electrode Unit and the other the seismic detector!

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At this point, an arm accessory set is seriously overdue.
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Theta Sigma wrote:
Thu Aug 27, 2020 5:30 pm
BoundryHopper wrote:
Thu Aug 27, 2020 5:25 pm
I'd like one The Chase Dalek to have the Electrode Unit and the other the seismic detector!

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At this point, an arm accessory set is seriously overdue.
I agree! I hope we get some eventually! The "The Daleks" set could have come with one Dalek having the cutting Torch arm!
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BoundryHopper wrote:
Thu Aug 27, 2020 5:25 pm
I'd like one The Chase Dalek to have the Electrode Unit and the other the seismic detector!

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Seismic Detector was in "Masterplan" too! Here's hoping.

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I’d definitely buy a dalek arm upgrade set.
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Dapol did a 4-pack of Masterplan Daleks with different arms. I got it for my engagement present from the mrs. Just saying...

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I’m at the point where I would pay £5 for just a good arm attachment that we haven’t seen before to put on my existing dakeks, throw in the rest of the dalek for an additional £5-10 and I’ll definitely be in.
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I have suggested in the past that they do a Dalek Set with just one Dalek and interchangeable arms, but they say "Why do that when each can be it's own Dalek", but we still don't get them! :(
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the downside to interchangable arms/swappable heads/removable jackets and cloaks, is that you have potentially 2 or 3 figures but can only have one of them at a time like toms with hats if I had the money I'd get a second one of all of them and a bunch of hatless heads, but I can't afford that, the POM one is the only tome I have a hat and a nohat. I think a dalek with a bunch of interchangable arms would result in all but one of the arms being in a little pot forever and one arm always in use. Like how my Spearhead auton has never had his normal hand in since I took him out of the box
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BoundryHopper wrote:
Thu Aug 27, 2020 9:02 pm
I have suggested in the past that they do a Dalek Set with just one Dalek and interchangeable arms, but they say "Why do that when each can be it's own Dalek", but we still don't get them! :(
An arm accessory set would be so much easier than that, but I can see how it might not be a great B&M item versus a full Dalek. I'd buy it from CO though.
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Honestly if they did swappable parts I think a lot of people (myself possibly included) would just buy multiple sets to display each possible variant anyway.

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