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Pokemon Sales v2.0

rhode
I was granted sales permission by entirelycliched on January 9, 2013
My feedback can be found here: http://feedback.pkmncollectors.net/feedback/view/razeasha/
Please read my policies carefully! Some have changed!


  • I ship from Virginia, USA. Currently, I only feel comfortable shipping within the US, but I will ship to Canada.

  • Items will be shipped within five business days of receiving payment. (I don’t ship on Saturdays, because my postmistress advises against it.)

  • After items are shipped, USPS is responsible for them. I do my very best to pack things well, so any damages would most likely be freak accidents. First Class items are neither tracked nor insured. Please ask if you want insurance or another form of shipping.

  • Items come from a smoke-free home.

  • There are two dogs and a cat in my home, but none come into contact with my items. (One dog sometimes walks into my room, but my collection is too high for her to even get near.)

  • I recycle packaging. If you want new packaging, just let me know. It’ll add $2 and take me a little longer to ship, but I’m happy to do it! :)

  • All hangtags will be protected.

  • I’m not looking for trades, unless you have a Bianca Dot Sprite pin, Jolteon pin from the blind bags of cookies, or Turtwig Amigurumi Pokedoll.

  • I am open to offers, but please don’t be offended if I decline your offer or counter offer.

  • Fees and shipping are no longer included in my prices! You can now choose between Priority and First Class!

  • First person to ask about an item gets priority. That being said, If I get no reply within 24 hours, I’ll go to the next person.

  • I'm willing to hold an item if you are 110% committed. (The max I'd do is probably 5 days though.)

  • Backing out of sales or holds will result in a warning. If you make a habit of it, I will not sell to you.

  • I reserve the right to refuse a sale if I don’t feel comfortable selling to you. (This is unlikely though.)

  • Feel free to ask questions and to ask for more pictures if you need them!


For reference, I estimate shipping (with fees) to start around $3 for first class and $6 for priority, so keep that in mind. :)

I NEED THIS STUFF GONE!!! Seriously, feel free to make offers! The worst I can do is say no, which is unlikely, since this stiff HAS TO GO!!! :)
I also love shipping things to the same address! <3


Picture with flash: http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j270/Razeasha/PKMN%20Trades%20and%20Sales/DSC00129b_zps1b09f155.jpg
Drifloon Canvas - $25 - Tush tag only. May have some dust in poof on top.
Skitty US Pokedoll - $14 - Like new. Hang tag is detached. Velboa.


Small Leafeon sitting pose plush - $11 – New with tags. The hang tag is very slightly curved but is not creased.
Leafeon US Pokedoll - $14 – Like new. Hang tag is detached. Minky.



Flareon I <3 Eevee Ketchain plush - $12 - New with tags.
Lampent MPC - $10 – New with tags
Deino MPC - $9 – New with tags


Charizard DX Tomy - $4 - Very used condition with many, MANY paint marks. Paint missing on claws. Not pictured is a red mark on the other cheek. http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j270/Razeasha/PKMN%20Trades%20and%20Sales/DSC00159b_zpsda2734be.jpg
Blastoise DX Tomy - $3 -Very used condition with several paint marks. Paint missing on claws. http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j270/Razeasha/PKMN%20Trades%20and%20Sales/DSC00160b_zps4bc3a7b9.jpg
Pichu DX Tomy - $4 - Fair condition with only a few paint marks and paint missing on nose. http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j270/Razeasha/PKMN%20Trades%20and%20Sales/DSC00161b_zps91f4f55b.jpg
Elekid DX Tomy - $1 - Used condition. Has several paint marks. http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j270/Razeasha/PKMN%20Trades%20and%20Sales/DSC00162b_zpscf85f2c9.jpg
These guys wpuld probably be best for repaints. They're pretty marked up.


Picture with flash: http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j270/Razeasha/PKMN%20Trades%20and%20Sales/DSC00181b_zps6c11c48e.jpg
The backings for the TOMY boxes have some dents, bends, and general wear on the edges. If you want me to take them out of their packaging to decrease shipping costs, I can do that.
Flygon Tomy - $6 - MIP Japanese Tomy Figure.
Metagross Tomy - $5 - MIP Japanese Tomy Figure.
Kyurem Tomy - $5 - MIP Japanese Tomy Figure.
Reuniclus Tomy - $5 - MIP Japanese Tomy Figure.
Reshiram Lottery Keychain - $9 - Mint in package.
Buy all 5 things shipped Priority in a BOX for $35



Ladyba - $1 - Has some paint marks and missing paint.
Cleffa- $2 - Has a few paint rubs, but they are less noticeable.
Magikarp Attacck? Kid - $3 – I bought it used off of Mbok. It has minor wear.
Lilligant Kid - $4 – Bought from the comm. I can’t find any flaws.
Skitty Kid - $1 - It has a paint mark on its forehead.


Suicune strap - $2 - Bought in a lot on Y!J. I don't see any flaws.
Hydriegon strap - $2 - Bought in a lot on Y!J. I don't see any flaws.
Worried Pikachu strap - $1 - Bought in a lot on Y!J. There is a tiny mark on his left hip. It's hard to notice.
Gothitelle DS stylus - $3 - MIP

Celebi US Rumble U figure - $3 - Like new. Can come with pamphlet and capsule, but capsule might increase shipping.


Leafeon pin - $4 - Just removed from package. There are a few imperfections in the enamel, but they're hard to notice.
Sylveon pin - $5 - Just removed from package. Like new.

Pokemon Mate N and Touko/Hilda Charm - $8 - Mint in package.
Roxy Gym Badge pin - $5 - Mint in package.
Zekrom strap - $1.50 - Bought secondhand, but does not look used.


Lotto Shoulder Bag - $10 - New with tags. It will fir a 3DS XL with some extra room! The material is padded too, so it would protect whatever you put in it a little!
Chimchar Oshibori Towel - $9 - New! It was just removed from the package by me recently.
Piplup Oshibori Towel - $12 - New! It was just removed from the package by me recently.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oshibori
Towels unfolded: http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j270/Razeasha/PKMN%20Trades%20and%20Sales/DSC00166b_zps24914766.jpg
DP Lanyard - $1 - Was in a lot from Y!J. I can't see any flaws.


BW Lotto stickers - $2 - The cardboard behind them is bent in places, but the stickers are fine.
BW Small file organizer - $1.50 - Perfect for postcards, letters, and stationary!
DP 2009 sticker sheet - $4 - New and super cute! I'm not good at cutting stickers apart, so I'd like to sell them all together.

This is where we get into unfamiliar territory for me. I’m not a flats collector and have no idea what to do with these. The ones with plastic coating all have a somewhat tacky feel. I’m not sure if that’s just from age or what. (Nothing was spilt on them.) I tried to price them decently, but feel free to make an offer! Mint>Excellent>Very Good>Good>Fair>Poor



Topps Cards - $3 – These all just have this pattern on the back. Wartortle, Dratini, and Dragonite are foils. Charizard is missing, but Squirtle, Bulbasaur, and Dratini lines are complete.



Topps? Cards - $6 – These have information about each Pokémon on the back. I have the entire set up until Golum. I think they released them in waves and I stopped for the most part after the second wave. I also have the humans who make the picture along with the ones that have bios. Nidorina is the only one with significant damage.
Nidorina's Damage: http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j270/Razeasha/PKMN%20Trades%20and%20Sales/DSC00064b_zpseb140f0d.jpg
Additional picture of Humans: http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j270/Razeasha/PKMN%20Trades%20and%20Sales/DSC00065b_zps0204a5ad.jpg



Pokemon TCG lot - $5 - These cards are all new. This lot contains every card from the Fennekin deck MINUS the two Furfrou. It also contains some misc cards from booster packs that came with the deck and with the Fenbekin figure released earlier. (Fennekin promo figure and promo card not included.)

FREEBIES!

All freebies are offered "as is" and likely have damage.
Claim as many as you want. They might increase shipping by a little.
On Hold:
Gone: All Fuzzies, Mewtwo

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Can't Have It Both Ways.

blind
Today, my father and I were checking out at Wal-Mart. In order to expedite our departure, I went to put the shopping cart away while he paid. On my way back to where he stood, I saw someone coming towards me. I stopped and waited for them to pass. The man who passed me remarked, "You do pretty well for someone with black glasses and a cane."

Not knowing what else to say, I replied, "Thank you." But as I walked back to my father, I was unsure if it was a backhanded compliment, especially since his tone seemed like it could be somewhat disbelieving or a tad snarky. I could not see his face, so whatever expression it carried was completely lost on me.
It's not a novel, but it's a little too long to just leav hanging in your feed or on your friends page.Collapse )
(Also, I love Toph and almost never have a reason to use this icon, so thank you, Wal-Mart stranger, for you have given me an opportunity! :3)

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Never Far from the Tree

komui
Do you ever wonder what your landscaper does when they really, really hate you? Even though it was probably not the case, my mother and I like to think that sheer loathing is the only reason why someone would plant hybrid Dogwoods such as the ones that shade our front walk. When these trees bloom, instead of having white, rounded petals similar to those of the normal Dogwood Tree, they have petals that come to an angry point and are tinged green. Even at the best of times, they are not particularly lovely.

Then, Autumn comes. Just before the air becomes crisp and cool, these trees begin to incessantly rain angry, red berries onto everything. The humidity of the last days of summer insure that the festering smell of these stinkfruits constantly lingers above the walkway. One can sweep them off multiple times each day and still find more. We do everything we can to avoid them and get them out of the way, but a few inevitably get squished underfoot.

When one of these miserable stink-orbs gets squished, it's as if a vortex has been opened to another planet-a planet where sour, decomposing fruits roam free in the detritus of their garbage-paved land. Fortunately, they are easy enough to scrape off of one's shoe in the grass, but their smell will linger on the pathway until the next rain.

Tonight, I began to hear squeaking noises that seemed very close. I moved to the door in hopes of finding the source of the noise. Turning on the lights outside and peeking out the window, I saw them. There were four brown raccoons skittering along on our walk very close to the door. They were most certainly attracted by the enticingly foul scent that beckoned them to our sidewalk smorgasbord. I watched them retreat into the hedges, alerted to another presence by the light.

I am still unsure whether I want to add the raccoons to the ever-growing list of reasons to hate these trees, since it doesn't seem like a good thing to have wildlife that close to our front door.
On the other hand, I found them somewhat cute, so I don't feel like it was too bad.

There are many questions surrounding these trees. Who would create such a hybrid and think it suitable to sell to innocent people? Why are they still here with their impossibly high numbers of rancid berries dropping daily? However, I do know that, tomorrow-as sure as the sun will rise-there will be still more repugnant stink-orbs to sweep from the walkway. As frustrating as it is, I can appreciate the little bit of certainty it provides...until another of Mother Nature's mini misery bombs is accidentally squished beneath my shoe.

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Non-Pokemon Sales

rhode
Here are my non-Pokemon anime sales. Some of the items listed can be a little hard to find, especially for these prices. ;)
I definitely combine shipping with my other sales posts.
Tokyo Mew Mew, Code Geass, CLAMP, Gundam SEED, and MORE!Collapse )
Once again, I’m open to offers! Take my things away.
 

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Not a SEED in Sight

sewat
Today, I was going to settle down with our Cairn Terrier for some terribly subbed bootleg of Gundam SEED, which I had been itching to watch for quite a while. I bought the whole series off of eBay for $37 shipped back in 2004. Fourteen-year-old me was pretty sure it wasn't legit, but for $37, it was worth a try. I definitely got my money's worth. It was a good enough series with gloriously scrambled subtitles. Today, it was time to watch it again after many years of it just sitting on my bookshelf.

I couldn't find it.

Anywhere.

I spent my afternoon looking for it in every nook and cranny of my room. I managed to condense two storage bins into one and rearrange the top shelf of my closet, but no Gundam SEED. The more I thought about it, the less sure I became that I'd seen it since the move. I was pretty sure I had packed it all in a large CD wallet, since that saved on space, but I couldn't find that either. So, just in case it didn't make it to my new house, I went on the internet to see if I could find it again.

Nope.

I'm not about to buy the US copy, since I don't like some of the edits, and especially because the awful subtitles were half the fun. I debated on a different bootleg from Malaysia, but I just can't be sure that the subtitles will be as bad. I mean, I bought this thing before more than 20 episodes were in English. If I bought a different copy, I could once again hear Kira's Japanese voice actor produce a wailing cry that I can only equate to Spongebob Squarepants being violently tortured, but I might never get that extra story that bad subs provide. It was the story of two saucer-men, Gila and Arslan, who had been friends but now were on the opposite sides of a war. Was it a war about saucer men and mutants, or was it a war over Arslan's fiancee, Nakkas (also known as Miss Chris), and her affections towards Gila? In a war where no matter our country, all don't in smooth water, what will they do?

Unless my DVDs turn up eventually, I may never know.

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The Dedicated Toad

lenora
On the stone patio of our three-quarter basement sits a toad. He comes regularly to sit near the glass door, probably in the hopes of eating a few insects drawn by the inside lights. He's quite a talented fellow and is quite the magnificent actor.

We have a Cairn Terrier, who is quite the hunter. She has hunted many a creature, including lizards, rabbits, moles, locusts, and many other things that she deems to be good targets. She has also consumed various insects and one unidentified rodent, much to the chagrin of my mother, who was attempting to stop her.

Naturally, I thought she would be interested in the toad sitting patiently not more than two feet from her, but she never seems to pay attention to him--not even a sniff. I attempted to point him out to her tonight, but she only stepped over him and knocked him over carelessly with a paw.

I believe he garnered this reaction not because she is used to his presence but rather because he is a superb actor. Like most toads, one of his defense mechanisms is pretending to be a rock. He hunkers down, draws all of his limbs in tightly, and puffs up his sides. Unlike most toads I've encountered, he is amazing at it. I wonder if he thinks in his little toad mind, "Be the rock. Be the rock. Still and patient." When she knocked him over, he didn't move, he merely rolled over just as still as he could be. I picked him up to right him, and, even in my hands, he did not move a muscle. Most toads try to escape at that point, but he is one determined fellow. I admire his dedication to his chosen method of self-preservation.

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The Search

rhode
Let's see if I can make a good habit of writing in my journal once a week!

I know I have mentioned before that I live in the Middle of Nowhere. Luckily, only fifteen to twenty minutes from Middle of Nowhere is Somewhat Somewhere, also known as the town of Culpeper. I was fortunate enough to visit this town on Sunday. Unfortunately Sunday turned out to be the coldest day of the week, but even that couldn't make me regret getting out of my house, since I hadn't really left for a fun trip in quite a while.
Click here to read about my search for Pokemon!Collapse )

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Sweet Valentines

rhode
I hope everyone is having a Happy Valentines Day. Some may call it "Singles Awareness Day," but I much prefer "Discount Chocolates Eve." I'm not the kind of person who likes flowers, since I can't see them, so this holiday has always been about the candy for me. Unfortunately, I'm on a new dairy free diet that stops me from taking advantage of those 50% off heart-shaped boxes of caloric, decadent bliss. However, not all is lost for me this holiday, since Valentines Day is quickly becoming the day my mom tricks my dad into giving me money.

It's really quite brilliant. My mom can be as crafty and clever as the best of them sometimes. Last year, she sent me a little package for Valentines Day (I was still in college.). It had a very cute resin doll in it, a horribly tacky double-walled clear plastic cup with hearts and glitter floating in between the walls*, and an adorable card. When I opened the card, I wasn't expecting anything more than some sweet words to go with my awesome gifts, but there was a little money in there too. When I called her to thank her, she said that dad had put in the money. I was surprised, since he hadn't done so in the past.

She told me that she brought the card to him and asked him if he wanted to sign it. He certainly did want to sign the card to his daughter. After he signed, she asked him what he was going to put in it. When he looked at her questioningly, she said, "Well, I'm sending her the package. You might as well put something in the card." And that's how I became a few dollars richer. I commended her for her amusing approach and thoughtfulness. I also told her to thank my father for his somewhat involuntary generosity.

This morning, she bustled into my room with Ashby, the most adorable Cairn Terrier, at her heels. She handed me a package shaped like a Christmas tree and two cards. One was from her, and one was from dad. I opened them both while thanking her. Once again, the one from dad was sporting money. Since it was quite successful last year, she once again brought him a card to sign this year and told him it needed something in it. I'm always amused by how she gets away with such things.

My amusement gave way to curiosity, as I held the package and wondered why she was giving me a Christmas tree. It turned out to be a parasol-one that I'd watched her purchase and had forgotten about in my morning haze. When a look of realization crossed my face, she laughed, since she's usually the one who forgets things like gifts that she knows she's getting. I have albinism, so the parasol was both a fun and very practical gift. Even without the candy, my mom knows how to make my Valentines Day very sweet.

*I love this cup for how cute and tacky it is. She has since followed it by buying me one with floating eggs and bunnies for Easter and one this past December with glitter and floating Christmas trees. She said she looked at Halloween, but there weren't any to be found. We can always hope for next year!

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City Girl, Country Girl

rhode
I grew up in Yorktown on the edge of suburbia, far enough to not quite be in a development but close enough to still dislike it. My father, who grew up not too far from where we lived, watched the wild marshland of his childhood become populated. He recalls when main roads finally connected small communities and when normal roads became back-roads. He told me many times about how the major development on the other side of Victory Boulevard used to be swampland.Read more...Collapse )

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