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Fire Emblem If - Camilla - 1/7 (Intelligent Systems)
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1/7  H=285mm (11.12in, 1:1=2m)
Data wydania
09/20/2017 Jako Standard
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¥15,556 zmień na USD
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In stock @ Nin-Nin-Game (¥47,990)
Brand New! => Fire Emblem If / Fire Emblem Fates - Camilla [Good Smile Company]
~398.27 € / ~$468
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In stock @ Solaris Japan

Pre Owned for ¥91,770
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Hi! Am looking to sell my Camilla, preferably within Europe, but will consider further afield depending on offers.
PM for more info. :)
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Selling mine (BNIB) PM offers, please.
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Well that's disappointing
Rei_Ayanami_v21 mies. temu#82288497Ninoma never actually has her in stock and especially for that price. For some reason it just keeps getting posted like they have it.
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Yspan1 mies. temu#82288411Dang missed her on ninoma, seemed to be a great price.

Ninoma never actually has her in stock and especially for that price. For some reason it just keeps getting posted like they have it.
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Dang missed her on ninoma, seemed to be a great price.
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In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥18,315)

Product page : www.ninoma.com/...
Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
About 171 USD | 155 EUR | 227 CAD
Demigod_Dan1 mies. temu#81727070A 4x price rise in the world of collectibles isn't even close to extreme. Look up the price of the older MTG/Pokemon cards; some of these x50'd in price or in a few exceptions even more than that.
Standard doesn't mean anything if the figure never gets re-released. Standard is not a guarantee for that. What does matter is Popularity of a franchise / it continuing to exist through new entries in that franchise. This creates iconic characters in said franchise, which as a result have an increased demand because the franchise continues to get new fans through said new entries. This is what makes a price go up; it's not even an artificial / "inflated" price driven up through scarcity alone since this gradually went up...it's the price that people are willing to give for it. Of course every time it goes up a bit more, it'll fall out of the price range of a few people until no buyers are left. That's when a peak is reached.
I agree in some cases when popularity of a franchise + a related character to it doesn't match that price that's being asked but that's not the case here. Just look at how many Camilla versions there are on Fire Emblem Heroes for example (mobile game, another tool which aids in making older FE characters appeal to newer FE fans).

I did not intend to mean that the price increase of 4x is unique, though, I would just offer one caveat that the increase is usually dependent on the price range of the MSRP. A figure that is already expensive would rarely take a 4x jump. Whereas, a figure that is around $50 is more likely to see 4x jumps. I think that inertia comes down to the hesitancy of a figure collector to drop an exorbitant amount (say $4000 for a $1000 figure and so forth).

So I do agree with almost all of what you said. My original point was that there was no "good" reasons, and the price hike is almost completely a matter of how much people are willing to pay for it. This is why I contended that merely saving to buy expensive figures is not always a guarantee as the right choice. Sometimes, the figure one paid decent money to obtain can be cheaper in the long term than a piece one passed that was cheaper at the start.

In regards to franchise continuation and price point, I think it is still tricky. Take One Piece for example. The figures that were expensive few years ago are available today for cheaper. Of course, this has to do with Megahouse popping out new figures of the cast almost yearly. But, the fact that Camilla would end up with only one figure to her name is not something people could have easily foreseen.
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ddarko1 mies. temu#81727063The problem though is that there can be no "good reason" for almost a 4x rise in price though. If the manufacturer was able to sell at 1/4 the price (with a profit margin), then it is really the value of the piece. We can adjust for inflation, and even scarcity. BUT, there is no way that works out to a 4x price increase. In terms of scarcity, this was a standard release, and not even a limited piece. So even using that would be a weak argument.
So then it comes down to the mere "reason" of folks willing to pay the asking price. That is really the sole reason why you have such an inflated price. The randomness of the aftermarket pricing pretty much comes down to how compelling can a figure of a character be to make people pay up the high asking price!


A 4x price rise in the world of collectibles isn't even close to extreme. Look up the price of the older MTG/Pokemon cards; some of these x50'd in price or in a few exceptions even more than that.

Standard doesn't mean anything if the figure never gets re-released. Standard is not a guarantee for that. What does matter is Popularity of a franchise / it continuing to exist through new entries in that franchise. This creates iconic characters in said franchise, which as a result have an increased demand because the franchise continues to get new fans through said new entries. This is what makes a price go up; it's not even an artificial / "inflated" price driven up through scarcity alone since this gradually went up...it's the price that people are willing to give for it. Of course every time it goes up a bit more, it'll fall out of the price range of a few people until no buyers are left. That's when a peak is reached.

I agree in some cases when popularity of a franchise + a related character to it doesn't match that price that's being asked but that's not the case here. Just look at how many Camilla versions there are on Fire Emblem Heroes for example (mobile game, another tool which aids in making older FE characters appeal to newer FE fans).
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