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Toys you never realized you needed until you saw them

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Did I ever think I needed a rubber duck mech? No. But when I saw these pictures how could I ever resist? Anyone else feel this way towards toys when they see them?
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/trains/ - Model Railway General

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Knowing what gauge is right for you, generally speaking smaller gauges are more beginner friendly in terms of price, that said you can still get into larger stuff relatively affordable if you buy used items.

With that said, what is the best way to start for a given gauge?

G Gauge: LGB Stainz are great runners, but the price on new ones can be high. Probably some of the most reliable locomotives you can buy. These are readily available in North America and Europe.
Gauge 1: Good luck, to be updated.
O gauge: For Americans and Canadians, Post-War Lionel is fairly cheap to come by and it is considered to be reliable. There is little choice for Europeans, though.
S Gauge: Shop around, but you are more or less stuck with American Flyer.
OO/HO: Research your options, but generally speaking the options are highly regional.

For Americans, Bachmann, AHM, Rivarossi, Tyco and Life-Like are readily available secondhand at prices that are often below $50. If you want to buy new, Bachmann or Walthers are good brands to start with, though the former is not associated with high quality.

For the British, Bachmann, Hornby, Lima, Dapol and Tri-Ang can be found for cheap secondhand. If you buy new, your options are Hornby, Dapol or Bachmann, but quality varies from model to model for all three of these brands.

For Germans, Marklin is good used, if you do not mind 3-rail, otherwise, Piko, Trix, Roco and Arnold go for cheap secondhand. Piko seems to be the most budget friendly for new items, but the quality is reflected.

I do not know much about other countries, but Bachmann seems to be a recurring name.

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Post evil action figures

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that want to kill you when you are not looking
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You are my last hope. Been trying to find out what th8s from for like a year

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Bought a lot of legends accessories on fb and this was in with them. The guy I bought from didn't know where it was from either.
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/lg/ - LEGO GENERAL: Snow White Edition

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Hand breast

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/lg/ - LEGO General: 'nite Edition

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Confess your sins, /toy/

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Before it is too late...
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Toys with sentimental value

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Which toy do you own with the most sentimental value? Anything from your childhood with special memories attached? For me, it was this Terminator Salvation toy that my uncle got me when I was a kid. We searched for hours before finally finding one and it's one of my favorite memories growing up. He died suddenly of a Glioblastoma last month, and finding this toy while preparing for a yard sale really brings back memories. Anyways, post your favorite.
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Care Bears General

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Do people still collect these fuzzy bastards?