That just reminds me that I have like three... wait, I think four Shadow Fox variants to put together. I can't even remember anymore. But I suck at cutting the flash, and also, where am I supposed to put them? Mysteries.
It doesn't help that I'm like... deeply reverent of Shadow Fox models, haha. I pined for one for years because by the time I realized, "Hey! There are lots of Zoids models! That is a thing, and I want them!" they were not being sold in the US anymore. In US circles, Shadow Fox used to be kind of a rare model. At the time, I rarely saw it for less than $100 on ebay. So when HMM finally released a Shadow Fox...
I'd never be able to get anything I wanted if I didn't buy it online. There's nowhere around here that sells this kind of stuff, and our con is relatively small and happens in late fall, so the selection isn't great.
It's not a fun process, though. Especially not shipping cost. I usually go with the "use Sea and Land and pray that it arrives whole" option, which has yet to fail me.
I actually had the worst experience with just a regular US mail package. I've gotten some SAL packages that were a little dinged up, sure, but nothing major. On the other hand, a mail carrier totally shoved a box into my mailbox once and almost broke something. :I
FedEx doesn't play nice with Guam (international shipping rates, for a start), and UPS doesn't deliver to us at all (on the somewhat-reasonable grounds that there's no ground for their trucks to drive on).
They deliver to us, but our house is a place they'll only go if they absolutely have to, so only if it's Priority Mail. Therefore, if my package won't fit in my box (on the main road), interesting things can happen even if they should not.
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My friend tweeted uncertainty about Sonny Strait's performance in that dub, and Strait responded and seemed to take it really personally. It weirded my friend out. It's so strange that these days, VAs can and will see what you write and can just straight up talk to you. Twitter presence is amazing.
I was looking for an answer on whether full attacks happen at "the same time" or otherwise whether there's any situation in a full attack where you are not legally allowed to change targets between attacks in a full attack routine.